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"God disposed man and woman for each other so that they might be "no longer two but one" (Mt 19:6). In this way they are to live in love, be fruitful, and thus become a sign of God himself, who is nothing but overflowing love. The Sacrament of Matrimony comes about through a promise made by a man and a woman before God and the Church, which is accepted and confirmed by God and consummated by the bodily union of the couple, because God himself forms the bond of sacramental marriage."

- YOUCAT #260-261
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Weddings at St Ignatius

Wedding Mass/ Service at St Ignatius is celebrated either at 10am or 2pm, subject to availability. Wedding Masses are currently not permitted on Sundays and the Church is not available for booking on Public Holidays . 

To get married in our Church, kindly read the steps below before booking for your wedding. For more information or any assistance, please call the Parish office at 6466 0625 or email the Parish Sacristan at sacristan.stig@gmail.com.​

Getting Married in Church

1

Choose a Date & See a Priest
After you have chosen your wedding date, see a priest and check on his availability before confirming your date. Next, contact the Parish Sacristan to ensure that the Church is available on your desired date.

 

This should be done ideally 1 year in advance prior to your wedding.

2

Book the Church

Once the date is confirmed, complete and submit the Wedding Booking Form. Please read the Wedding Guidelines attached in the form before submitting. You will find relevant information regarding flower arrangements, booking of other Parish facilities, wedding choirs, music, etc. 

Note: All bookings are NOT confirmed until applicants receive explicit confirmation from the Parish Office.

3

Marriage Preparation Course

Couples are required to attend the Marriage Preparation Course or the Catholic Engaged Encounter at least 4 months prior the wedding. Places are limited and we advise you to secure a slot at least 6 months to a year ahead. You may choose from one of the preparation courses below.

Marriage Preparation Course (MPC)
Catholic Engaged Encounter (CEE)
Couple Mentorship Journey (CMJ)

4

Pre-Nuptial Inquiry

Arrange to meet with your officiating priest/ solemniser, at least 6 months before the wedding, for the Pre-nuptial Inquiry (PNI).

5

Apply for a Marriage License 

If civil solemnisation is to be held concurrently during the Church wedding, you will need to apply for a marriage license with the Registry of Marriages (ROM). Application is opened no earlier than three months before the wedding and no later than three weeks before the wedding.