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So you are thinking about getting married in Holy Innocents (above left) or St Paul’s?

We would like to help you have a beautiful & memorable wedding service. If you decide to hold your wedding in one of our churches, be assured that we will pray for you in the weeks leading up to the Big Day.

Here are some things you need to know:

Holy Innocents church in Amberley can seat about 130.

St Paul’s church in Leithfield seats up to about 60.

Wedding day needs:
We may be able to help in other ways. You can use your own florist or have our own Ladies Guild do the church flowers for you. The hall and certified Food Safe kitchen next to Holy Innocents in Amberley is available for hire if you want to have your reception there or provide tea and coffee after the service for guests while you have photos taken. It can accommodate up to 60 people for a sit down or buffet meal, or up to 96 for refreshments. Even if you are not using the hall for your reception, toilet facilities are accessible for your guests on the day. St Paul’s is situated next to the Leithfield Community hall where guests can access toilet facilities.

Our parish administrator Patricia Gardner can guide you through various options and the associated costs. Contact Patricia by email:

Weddings in Anglican churches:
At any wedding in an Anglican church, an Anglican priest must be present and carry out part of the ceremony. However, you may have another minister or celebrant lead part of the service if you wish. Details are worked out between you and the ministers concerned. Please call or email our parish administrator, who will put you in touch with the priest, to talk it through.

Inspection: You are welcome to visit and view either church and/or the parish hall. Again, please contact our parish administrator, Patricia (details above).

Use the email address provided, or go to the ‘About us’ page on this site and use the Contact Form at the bottom of the page to send us a message. We look forward to hearing from you.

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