Weddings & BlessingsMarrying in church is very much a personal, meaningful and spiritual experience for any couple.
Church of St Gluvias
Weddings & Blessings
Marrying in church is very much a personal, meaningful and spiritual experience for any couple. It might be that you have a close personal relationship with the Parish itself or possibly members of your family were married here.
Whatever reason brings the two of you to St. Gluvias, you will need to meet with the Parish Priest and discuss your wish to be married at St. Gluvias in more detail. The link below will provide you with further details and help initiate those conversations. https://www.yourchurchwedding.org/
A guide to the parochial fees for marriages are published on the diocese website. This will give you a breakdown of what fees are deemed payable in advance for the Marriage Service and the Publication of Banns. https://www.trurodiocese.org.uk/resource-collection/parochial-fees/
St. Gluvias has its own organist who will be more than happy to accompany your service with the hymns and music of your choice. If however, you choose to use your own organist, a small license fee may still be payable. Please speak with the Parish Priest for more details.
The church is fitted with an audio sound system, capable of playing most CDs or streaming music from your audio mobile device. If used, a small license fee will be necessary for the replication of any music throughout your service.
The sound of bells can be most popular at wedding and blessings. This can add to the formality of the day and echo far and wide the news of your celebration. There is a one off payment for the upkeep of the bells and tower that couples will be expected to make in advance or on the day itself. For details of the fees you are asked to speak with the Parish Priest.
Whilst you will find the church decorated throughout the year for festivals, a small team of florists will be more than happy to discuss and arrange any additional floral tributes to suit your budget. If this is something that interests you, please speak with the Parish Priest for more details.