St. Dunstans Church - Feltham

Marriages & Banns

From 3rd December 2020 under Tier 2 COVID-19 laws Weddings can take place, with up to 15 guests.

In order to be married at St. Dunstan’s, the rules of the Church of England require that at least one of the couple lives within the parish boundary, or has been a regular worshipper at the church for at least six months. It may also be possible if you or your family have a previous connection with the parish or the church – we can give you more details about that.

If you are thinking of a Church wedding, please contact us at an early stage so that we can discuss possible dates and explain any other requirements before a marriage can take place.

Once the wedding has been arranged, we will meet with you to talk about what it means to get married, and also about the practical details of the occasion.

Banns of Marriage

If you are to have a Church of England wedding elsewhere, you will probably have to have Banns of Marriage published here in the Parish where one of you lives. Please contact the Parish Office.

Office Opening Hours

The Parish Office is open
9am-12:30pm
WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS
PERSONAL CALLERS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

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