We support those who wish to marry by helping them to think through what marriage means before their wedding. Although important, the wedding day is just the start of a (hopefully) lifelong union of a man and woman. A wedding day has usually been planned for sometime and, as well as the marriage ceremony, will frequently feature a celebration after the ceremony. It is important that the ceremony does not get overshadowed by the party to follow, as without the ceremony there will be nothing to celebrate.

In order to marry at All Saints the couple must be able to show they are a UK or EEA National and have a qualifying connection. The qualifying connection can come through:

  • living in the parish,
  • a parent living in the parish,
  • worshipping regularly in the parish,
  • baptised or confirmed through All Saints,
  • having had parents or grandparents marry at All Saints.

If this is not the first marriage for either groom or bride then there is no automatic right to use All Saints, but it could still be possible.

In all cases, an early conversation with the Parish Priest will help to identify if there are any issues that need resolving to enable your wedding to take place at All Saints.

Having your wedding at a church with a Church of England priest means that the priest acts as the registrar, publishing banns of marriage, conducting the ceremony and registering it.

The standard fees for a wedding at All Saints includes the provision of an organist, verger, some marriage preparation, a rehearsal and your marriage certificate. In 2019 the standard fee is £620. The church bit of a wedding is usually the least expensive part of the whole day!

Drop in and say ‘Hello’

The Parish Hall and Old Schoolroom on Sunderland Road (SR6 7UR) are available for hire, please contact the Parish Administrator for availability and charges.

Sacred space is available in the worship area of All Saints off Cleadon Lane (SR6 7UU)
Monday to Friday 9.30am-3.30pm for private prayer.
Donations to the Key2Life Foodbank may also be left here near the font.

This may be subject to short-notice change occasionally.


The Parochial Church Council of All Saints, Cleadon is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and nurturing environment for everyone, especially for children, young people and vulnerable adults. It has adopted and approved the Church of England policy for promoting a safer church. This policy deals with all aspects of safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.

Contacts for Safeguarding concerns and the Parish Safeguarding Policy can be found here.

Parish Office

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact the Parish Office. It is based in the rear of the Parish Hall and can be accessed from the yard behind the Old Schoolroom.

M: 9.15am-11.15am
Tu: 9.15am-11.15am
W: 9.15am-11.15am
Th: 9.15am-11.15am
F: Closed

0191 519 0515


The Parish Office
1-3 Sunderland Road