‘Can we get married at this church?’
Trinity is a registered venue for the legal solemnization of marriages, and we welcome enquiries from couples who are thinking about getting married in the church. Our minister will meet with you to explore with you not only your plans for the day, but also the nature of your marriage commitment to one another – and the distinctive character of a marriage in church – so that we can ensure together that Trinity is the right place for your wedding.
‘What if I’ve been married before?’
A previous marriage and divorce will not in itself rule out getting married at Trinity. The Christian faith teaches us that whatever might have gone wrong for us, there is always the opportunity for redemption and a fresh start.
‘What if we’re a same-sex couple?’
Trinity’s registration as a legal marriage venue now includes same-sex marriages, and we welcome marriage enquiries from couples of the same sex. All the information on this page applies equally to opposite-sex and same-sex couples.
‘What else do I need to know?’
As well as the church arrangements, you will need to make arrangements with the local Registrar to obtain the necessary certificates of authority for marriage. The church’s minister will be able to advise you about this.
Please click here to download our information sheet (PDF), and contact the church’s minister for an initial conversation.