St Margaret's Church

250 Burnage Lane, Burnage

Weddings

St Margaret's is a beautiful church right in the heart of Burnage. We combine traditon and some modern elements in our re-modled church. We believe this is a great choice of venue for you special day. If you are in the process of planning you wedding day we want to congratulate you and ask God to bless all that lies ahead of you.

Planning Your Wedding

We are delighted that you are considering getting married at St Margaret's. It would be a privailage to support you as you move towards your special wedding day. There are a few things to discuss with St Margaret's before your wedding date can be confirmed at our church, so make contact sooner rather than later to ensure you can synchronise the date with your reception venue.

If you would like more information about getting married at St Margaret's we would love to hear from you. Click on the button below to get in touch about your big day! Or call Matt, the Rector, on 0161 432 1844.

Further Information

The Church of England has produced some really helpful webpages which will help you to plan your wedding day.
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Weddings at your local church

St. Margaret's is a very attractive old church which has been sensitively modernised inside to give a great flexible space. You can marry here if you are over 18 and live in the parish or if you have a link with the church (e.g. your parents were married or baptised here, you used to come when you were younger). To find out if you live in our parish, just enter your postcode into this website: www.achurchnearyou.com/parishmap.php.

How much will it cost?

We do not know the fees for the next year until November, but this year (2017) it is £486 plus more if you want an organist. 

What it we are divorced?

We are happy to meet people who have been married before because we believe that no one is perfect, we all make mistakes and our God is a God of love and forgiveness. Talk to the Rector about this when you see him, but please don't worry about it.

Do we have to come to church?

No, you don't have to but it would be lovely to see you at our services. Many couples like to come when we read their banns. This involves reading out your names in a service telling everyone that you are due to marry for the first 3 weeks, the month before the wedding date. We always pray for the couples once we have read these out.