Getting married in Church
Many couples choose to make their marriage vows in a church, before God, and Holy Trinity is a beautiful venue for a traditional wedding.
There are straightforward and important legal issues to consider and Mother Katy will be pleased to talk these through with you. Essentially, assuming you're free to marry, if you live in our parish, or worship with us regularly, or have some other qualifying connection, then you can choose to marry at Holy Trinity.
The Church of England's 'Your Church Wedding' website has a lot of useful information about getting married in church.
Currently, there are a number of restrictions in place regarding weddings, as a result of COVID-19. Most significantly to those planning a wedding, is that the numbers attending are restricted. In Oldham at present, the government has set a maximum of 20 people but, with the required 2m physical distancing in our church building, these 20 must be made up of no more than 16 households / bubbles.
If you'd like to enquire about getting married at Holy Trinity, please contact the Vicar, Mother Katy, to discuss the arrangements as early as possible to ensure the date and time you'd like can be fixed.