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As soon as you have decided that you would like to get married at Amanzimtoti Presbyterian Church please contact our Office (031) 904 1462 to make an initial appointment alternatively please fill in the inquiry form below..

We will then get you to complete the basic wedding application forms and provisionally book the date and time desired if it is available.

Please book early in order to be sure of getting the required date. A year in advance is not uncommon.

Wedding Vows

“I take you to be my partner for life
I promise above all else to live in truth with you
And to communicate fully and fearlessly,
I give you my hand and my heart
As a sanctuary of warmth and peace
And pledge my love, devotion, faith and honor
As I join my life to yours.”


May we begin by offering you our congratulations in your decision to get married and to publicly declare your love and commitment to each other. Getting married in church is the best possible way to begin married life. It sets the wonder of human love — and it is wonderful — in the context of God’s love for us all.

To get married is to celebrate all the good that exists in your relationship to date and to make a further step in your relationship, the step of totally committing yourselves to a lifelong partnership together.

So, why get married in Church?

We believe the real benefit of getting married at Amanzimtoti Presbyterian Church is the way it will add a spiritual dimension to your marriage. You are specifically inviting God to bless your marriage and be a part of your married life together. Including God in your marriage doesn’t mean that you will avoid all the usual ups and downs, but you will know that you can look not only to family and friends but also to Amanzimtoti Presbyterian Church and, of course God, for help and support come what may


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“Then the LORD God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man. The man said, "This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called 'woman, ' for she was taken out of man." For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh -Genesis 2:22-24”