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Register of Marriage Services

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ISBN: 9780715111796
Pages192
Quick overview This register of marriage services allows churches to keep a record of all wedding ceremonies conducted, in line with the new requirements arriving in May 2021. The requirement to make a record applies where a marriage has been solemnized according to the rites of the Church of England, in a church or chapel in which banns may be published, irrespective of the form of preliminary used. It gives space to record: - the date and place of the marriage; - the forename and surname of each party; - the date of birth of each party; - the occupation of each party; - the residence of each party at the time of marriage; - the names of the party’s parents (with space for up to four); - the names of the witnesses; - the name and signature of the minster who solemnized the marriage.
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This register of marriage services allows churches to keep a record of all wedding ceremonies conducted, in line with the new requirements arriving in May 2021.

The requirement to make a record applies where a marriage has been solemnized according to the rites of the Church of England, in a church or chapel in which banns may be published, irrespective of the form of preliminary used.

It gives space to record:

- the date and place of the marriage;
- the forename and surname of each party;
- the date of birth of each party;
- the occupation of each party;
- the residence of each party at the time of marriage;
- the names of the party’s parents (with space for up to four);
- the names of the witnesses;
- the name and signature of the minster who solemnized the marriage.

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This register of marriage services allows churches to keep a record of all wedding ceremonies conducted, in line with the new requirements arriving in May 2021.

The requirement to make a record applies where a marriage has been solemnized according to the rites of the Church of England, in a church or chapel in which banns may be published, irrespective of the form of preliminary used.

It gives space to record:

- the date and place of the marriage;
- the forename and surname of each party;
- the date of birth of each party;
- the occupation of each party;
- the residence of each party at the time of marriage;
- the names of the party’s parents (with space for up to four);
- the names of the witnesses;
- the name and signature of the minster who solemnized the marriage.