We warmly welcome anyone wishing to get married at St Luke's. Your wedding will be one of the most important days in your life and we will do all we can to make it a memorable and happy occasion so that your marriage begins on the firmest foundations.
Marriage at St Luke's is made possible in one of three ways: if you live in the parish, are habitual worshippers at the church, or have a strong link with the parish through family or work. If one or both of you has been divorced then the clergy will want to discuss with you how the previous marriage went wrong and the needs and concerns of any children from a previous marriage or relationship. If the clergy are happy to marry you then you can be married under the same qualifying conditions as above. If one of you belongs to another faith that is not Christian, then it may still be possible for you to get married at St Luke's but you must have the normal Christian service.
The 'calling of banns' is a legal requirement when a couple's intention to marry is read out at the main service on three consecutive Sundays in the three months before the marriage date. Banns are called in the parish of residence of each couple and in the church where the marriage will take place (these may all be the same).
For more information about the Calling of Banns please contact the Parish Office on 020 8772 0463 during our normal working hours.
To arrange a wedding please contact Revd Yunghee Koh by email