As Anglican churches we are happy to host your Christian wedding service, but please note that having a link with the Parish is important (legally) for getting married there - a link is always possible through regular attendance at the church.
Details of our people who can lead the service are on the who's who page (with Revd titles). For weddings please contact Kirsty Cowley, Deanery Administrator, on 07505067745 (mornings) or email@example.com - there will be more limited dates and times on which christenings are possible.
Please note that organists, bell ringers etc are volunteers and may not be available for unusually timed celebrations.
More details on each church are to be found on the individual history pages. But here are some details of what you can hope for from us at the different parishes:
St Helens Trowell
The church on the corner.
We can host ninety to a hundred guests in this historic building.
There is a 'proper' pipe organ as well as an electronic keyboard to provide traditional or more modern styled music.
There is a full peal of six bells and an active ringing team.
There is a good modern toilet with baby change facilities.
There is space for photography for small group pictures.
St Catherines Cossall
This is a lovely and historic small church building, in a romantic village setting, but please note that parking on the main road is very restricted.
There is a small pipe organ.
There is no piped water supply to the church yet (we are working on this) but the old school room next door does have toilet facilities.
St Peters Awsworth
This is a larger building than the other two, with parking available that is down a narrow lane on the left of the grounds.
There is an electronic organ. The church building has just one bell.
There is a reasonable size carpeted area at the rear of the church for meeting and toddler play. There is a toilet and a small area to prepare drinks in a side room.
There is a lot more useful information to help plan your wedding on the your church wedding site by the church of England.