People from a variety of backgrounds approach us about being married in church. A church wedding is more than being married in a church building. We have found that feeling comfortable and at home in the church really does make a difference to your ceremony. People are really much more important than buildings. You are important to us and we would like to meet you.
 
We do not have complicated rules about who may be married in West Kirby Methodist Church. Either the bridegroom or the bride should normally live in the vicinity of the town or have connections to it. If you are not sure about this or you live away then you can still enquire and we will advise you.
 
A very common question that people ask is, 'Do you marry people who have been divorced?' There is no simple answer to this question. On the one hand, if couples did not take marriage seriously then they would not be asking to get married in church. On the other hand, if we are to show that we take marriage seriously, then clearly we need to talk to you about your own individual circumstances. We want you to feel that we care about you and about your hopes and dreams for the future.
You can contact us by telephone, by post or by email and we will be very pleased to hear from you. Alternatively, simply come to our Sunday morning service at 10.30am. You can often arrange an appointment to meet our minister and discuss your plans. We hope that you will enjoy the service and you will receive a warm welcome.