Marriages and Reading of Banns

Thinking of getting married at St Augustine of Canterbury?

We are pleased if you are thinking of getting married at St Augustine of Canterbury, North Springfield. Our church may be a modern one but the chapel can look stunning when dressed with flowers and there is a enclosed garden area for beautiful photographs to record the day. The church is wheelchair accessible and has disabled facilities. There are good transport links and a large carpark

We would love to make this a very special occasion for you in our church.

There is a lot to planning to do and you will find this website helpful about the legal requirements and the planning of your ceremony –  Your Church Wedding website.

Checking you can get married at St Augustine Of Canterbury church

There is a long list of criteria that will enable you to get married at St Augustine of Canterbury. The best advice is to check the website https://www.achurchnearyou.com to see if this is your local church.

Making enquiries:

In order to speak to someone about the plans for your marriage contact us on infostaugustines@gmail.com. This form will also help with the planning of your wedding: Welcome and Congratulations!

Having your Banns read at St Augustine of Canterbury Church

If you are getting married in a different parish , you will need your Banns to be read at your local church. Banns have to be read on 3 consecutive Sundays no more than 3 months before your wedding day. You will then need to collect a Banns certificate to prove that your Banns have been read. The current fee for this is £46

Check the website https://www.achurchnearyou.com to see if you live in our parish. Then use infostaugustine@gmail.com to contact us. You will then need to meet with the churchwarden to complete the paperwork when you will need to provide evidence of ID and residence. It would be helpful if you complete the following form before the meeting: Welcome and Congratulations!

Couples are encouraged to come to our 10:45am service on Sunday s to hear their banns being read especially the last Sunday as the certificate to prove that the banns have been read will be available after the service.