Choosing to get married in church will add something very special to your wedding day.

Not only do church buildings like ours make a beautiful setting for your wedding, a church ceremony will add a deep and spiritual aspect to your special day and will set you off on your married life together surrounded by prayers of your loved ones and God’s blessing.

Midhurst Parish Church is a wonderful church for your wedding service and should you choose to get married here, we will do all that we can to ensure that your wedding day will be as you would like it to be and a memorable start to your married life.

Nearly every couple’s first question of our vicar is:

“Can we get married at Midhurst Parish Church?”

Well, he replies:

“The basic answer is yes! Subject to a few basic assumptions then there will be a way you can marry at Midhurst Parish Church.”

For more information about church weddings and for answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about eligibility and the law you will find the Church of England website very helpful, but we would suggest a conversation with us will probably be the quickest way to answer your queries.

If you would like to enquire about having your ceremony in Midhurst Parish Church, please please complete the webform below and a member of the team will be in touch with you very soon:

If you are getting married elsewhere but have been advised you need to have your banns read at Midhurst Parish Church then please let us know by contacting the parish office where a member of our team will come back to you to explain the next steps.

Use of the Market Square
Please be advised that the church does not own or manage the Market Square.
The Market Square is operated by the Midhurst Town Trust, with whom we have an excellent working relationship. The Trust operate independently from the church and getting married at the parish church does not confer any automatic rights to the use of the Market Square. There may well be a farmers market, or other activity taking place on the square on any proposed date.
Please do bear this in mind when planning your wedding. Thank you.