Religious Weddings

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22/08/16 • Ceremony Alternatives, Civil Partnerships, Civil Weddings, Multi-cultural Weddings, Religious Weddings, Traditions & Customs, Wedding Ceremonies, Wedding Vows

You could win your wedding worth an incredible £40,000, including up to £1,000 worth of wedding ceremony accessories in our free to enter competition. Take your pick from aisle decorations, themed ceremony sets, cute pet accessories, brand new vow books and so much more.   Aisle Decorations A decorative backdrop and aisle runner creates an attractive dedicated… read more

Sikh Weddings

29/06/09 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

What is a Sikh Wedding? Anand Karaj – (the Sikh marriage ceremony) translates into English as ‘Blissful Union’ and describes the joyous union of two souls in an equal partnership. Sikh marriages are usually arranged, however the parents act as little more than introduction services with the ultimate choice being left to the son and… read more

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Wedding Ceremony Vows, Music, and Readings

01/10/08 • Ceremony Alternatives, Civil Partnerships, Civil Weddings, Hymns & Music, Multi-cultural Weddings, Other Articles, Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies, Wedding Help, Advice & Tips, Wedding Planning, Wedding Readings

Your marriage ceremony is the most important part of your wedding as it’s when you actually make your vows to one another and become legally married. And for most couples it’s no longer just a case of finding a local church with a free weekend…. Find out here what you need to know to have the… read more

Revd Tony Sophianou

13/09/06 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Appropriate church readings Q. I want a friend to do a reading at my wedding but I really don’t know what to ask her to do! Where should I look and is it possible for anything to be read out? Does it have to be religious? A. Your parish priest will be able to suggest… read more

Deputy Superintendent Registrar, Louise Clover

13/09/06 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

We’ve got in touch with the experts ‐ those people who conduct the marriage ceremony ‐ to ask all those wedding questions that you’ve always wanted to ask! Is there such a thing as a "wandering registrar"? Q: I’ve heard that there is such a thing as a wandering registrar for people who don’t want… read more

Rabbi Yitchak Schochet

13/09/06 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

We’ve got in touch with the experts ‐ those people who conduct the marriage ceremony ‐ to ask all those wedding questions that you’ve always wanted to ask! Rabbi Schochet leads a congregation of 1,200 members at Mill Hill United Synagogue, in north‐west London. A father of four, Rabbi Schochet is a regular contributor to… read more

Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt

13/09/06 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt We’ve got in touch with the experts ‐ those people who conduct the marriage ceremony ‐ to ask all those wedding questions that you’ve always wanted to ask! I am head of the Aish Hatorah UK Jewish community in Hendon. Aish Hatorah is an international Jewish organization, which specializes in adult education… read more

Interfaith Minister Predota Elinor

13/09/06 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Interfaith Registry office for a spiritual wedding Q. Do we have to visit the registry office before the spiritual ceremony for us to be a legally married? A. You’re not legally married until you’ve signed the marriage register. In England and Wales, the only spiritual ceremonies at which it is possible to sign the register… read more

Minister David E Flavell

13/09/06 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Second marriages Q. Where does the Church lie in terms of second marriages? I’ve heard it’s up to the discretion of the vicar is this correct? Can some vicars agree and some not? What happens if the vicar in my parish won’t marry us but the vicar in a different one would, (if we lived… read more

Father Richard Seabrook

13/09/06 • Religious Weddings, Wedding Ceremonies

Church of England "I promise to obey…" Q. What is your interpretation of the vow ‘to obey’? A. To enter wholeheartedly and without reservation in the marriage bond. Obey does not mean to do obeisance. Just as we listen to God and obey him, so in marriage we should be prepared to listen to our… read more


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