how much does it cost to get married in a church in scotland?

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Found 8th Feb 2011
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I honestly don't have any idea, don't you just donate 'xx' to the church fund ?
Probably about 10 times less than it would in England.

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Edited by: "danmc" 8th Feb 2011
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jellybaby22

I know it's £130 to get married in a registry office .... Thought it … I know it's £130 to get married in a registry office .... Thought it depends on the church tbh ... They won't all charge the same



yea and u needa hire the room yea?

they emailed me that saying cheapest room 300

When we got married, a long time ago, we asked the Reverend from the local Church of Scotland if he would marry us in a hotel. He did and when we asked what the charge was he just asked for a donation for the church - and hinted how much he liked whiskey!!
So it was a cheque in an envelope for the church and a bottle of single malt for him!! Everyone was happy!
Call up the local church/es and see, I suspect they all have different rates.
Getting married in the Church of Scotland is free.
If there is an organist, then you may be asked to pay for them - about £40-50.
The minister will not charge you for his/her time.
You may be asked to make a donation to some fabric fund etc.
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