I know most churches like Catholic, Baptist, LDS, Methodist, Lutheran, etc... you have to be a member and/or use their staff. I belong to a non-denomonational Christian church where it's big and the church looks like a performance stage (not a really pretty place to get married). I have my own officiant to perform the ceremony. So can I find a church that will "rent" their building out to me for my wedding or do they not do that???Answer Question
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Answer by Anonymous at 6:41 PM on Feb. 23, 2009
I really don't think many churches will care. Your money is just as good as their own congregation's!
My dh and I were married in the Church of England and we're both atheists. We made an appointment to see the Vicar and told him we wanted to get married and the date we wanted. As soon as he confirmed that the date was available he got straight down to pounds and pence.
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