Weddings at St Nicholas' Oldbury

You’re getting married!

Congratulations!  A wedding is one of life's great moments - a time of solemn commitment and also of celebration, love, feasting and joy. We’re very pleased to celebrate with you. 

If you would like to know more about getting married at St Nicholas' Church in the village of Oldbury, please get in touch with Avril Bridges at the office Tel 01746 767174. She will be pleased to talk things through with you and explain what happens. You will be invited to a marriage preparation day a few months before your wedding day and put in touch with the person who will take your wedding service. A few days before your wedding there will be a rehearsal in church.

St Nicholas’ Church

Oldbury has almost 900 years of history – with a church on the same site since the early part of the Twelfth century. Originally it was a daughter church to St. Gregory, Morville and then independent after the dissolution of Shrewsbury Abbey. Oldbury joined with Bridgnorth in 1948.The current building was largely completed as it is today by 1863.

We have a car park and level access to help people with disabilities.

We’d be delighted to welcome you.

Our principal act of worship takes place each Sunday at 10.30am. This is when your banns will be read on the first three Sundays of the month two months before your wedding day.

You are welcome to come along on any or all of these three Sundays or at any other time. It will give you a chance to talk to the organist, and to discuss flowers and any other practical arrangements for your wedding service.

Come along with the family, join us for worship and check out the welcome.

The services are:

Holy Communion  on the first, second and third Sundays of every month.

Family service on the fourth Sunday of every month - a simpler style of worship.

We often do something different when there is a fifth Sunday in the month. Please see the notice board for details.

Coffee is usually available after every service for people to meet and greet and chat.


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