Information on weddings and getting married at st peter's
Click here to see photos of recent weddings at St Peter's.
St Peter's church has excellent facilities that have recently been renovated, they include a grade two listed organ, state of the art kitchen, toilet facilities, stunning stained glass windows. The gallery in the upper balcony is ideal for celebrating with a glass of champagne and should you wish to film your wedding from a good vantage point.
If you live in the Parish you can have your Banns read at St Peter's Notting Hill. In the first instance please contact Rev'd Adrian May at St Peter's who will get in contact to discuss the process. You will need to complete an application form (click here for a pdf version of the form) and send it to St Peter's Parish Office, 59a Portobello Road, London W11 3DB enclosing a cheque for £27.
The church kindly requests that a couple of marriage preparation sessions geared to exploring individuals values and expectations of marriage are attended by the future bride and groom.
Music can play a very important role in establishing the atmosphere in church. A meeting with the church's organist can be a good way to begin selecting the music for the service, particularly if the bride and groom wish to explore different ideas.
Soloist or choir
Having a choir or soloist can assist in helping the congregation's singing and something which the church is happy to help with.
Order of Service
The church can work with couples in preparing a tailored service or recommend a conventional wedding service.
Wedding Day Recommendations
Some of the couples who have married at St Peter's have recommended the following services:
Louise Bjorling Wedding Photography
- Bursting Buds
St Peter's Church is happy to recommend services that other couples have used and been pleased with but cannot be held responsible for the quality of their products and services or liable in any way for any use of these services.
Please contact Jo Turnbull, General Manager on 020 7792 8227 or email Jo for further details.
The Church of England website also offers some resources about getting married: Weddings Q&A