BRBC offers a grand modern location for a wedding ceremony to celebrate your special day. The minister, Tim Carter is registered to conduct weddings on the premises.

Why get married in church?

At the heart of the ceremony lie the promises a couple make to each other before God and we make no apologies for the religious content of this part of the service: the qualities of faithfulness, forgiveness and love are essential to the success of any marriage and they are God’s gifts to us, because they reflect God’s very nature. The wedding vows incorporate certain words that need to be said by law for the ceremony to be legal and valid, but otherwise the service can be tailored to suit your requirements, with your choice of music, hymns, prayers and readings.

Who can get married at BRBC?

You don’t have to be a member at BRBC to get married here and we do consider requests for a wedding service from people who have been divorced or who are living with their partner. For an informal chat about getting married, contact the minister. Normally we try to arrange a series of monthly meetings prior to the proposed wedding date to discuss both the content of the service and also to prepare couples for a lifetime of marriage together. Our aim is not just to try to ensure that the ceremony itself is a splendid occasion, but also to help couples to treasure their love for each other so that ‘happy ever after’ can become part of their shared story.

What else can we offer?

  • Flowers can be provided upon request.
  • Our halls and kitchen facilities can be made available:
    • either for non alcoholic drinks and refreshments immediately after the service.
    • or to hold a full reception on the premises (Note: Alcohol is not permitted).
  • An organist to play during the service.
  • Use of our AV system to project the words of your songs and hymns.
  • Use of our sound system if you have musicians to play or sing during the service.
  • Playing of CD tracks of your favourite song or piece of music.
For further information on costs and an informal chat do contact the minister or send us a message.