In line with the government’s three-phased post-Circuit Breaker plan, marriage solemnisations will be allowed to take place in-person in Phase 1, which starts from 2 June 2020.
The Registry of Marriages (ROM) will implement the following measures in Phase 1:
- From 2 June onwards, in-person marriage solemnisations will be allowed to resume, subject to a limit of 10 persons. This includes the bride and groom, all guests, which is limited to the immediate families of the couple (i.e. parents, children, siblings, in-laws, and grandparents), as well as the 2 witnesses. The Solemniser will be excluded from the 10-person limit. Couples must have an existing notice of marriage filed at least 21 days before their intended date of solemnisation.
- Safe management measures must be in place at the solemnisation venue. This includes the wearing of masks by all parties, and no lingering in or outside the solemnisation venue once the ceremony is completed. There should not be any post-solemnisation reception or buffet. The solemnisation should be kept short (10 to 15 minutes).
For further queries, please contact Rev Simon Tan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journey Through Your Wedding Schedule
1) Sign up for our Marriage Preparation Course
Our commitment to see that you enjoy the best of your marriage starts at the very beginning. With expert assistance from TOUCH Community Services (TCS), we run a pre-nuptial Marriage Preparation Course for couples planning to tie the knot. This course has helped many of our couples find greater meaning to their wedding union.
Marriage Preparation Course Part 1 will resume through online weekend classes by end-May 2020. There are 4 sessions for Part 1, and each session is 3 hours long. Each class is limited to 10 persons, on a first-come, first served basis. Rebate by the Ministry of Social and Family Development is not applicable for these classes.
Signing up is easy.
a) Download the Marriage Preparation Course application form
b) Email the complete form email@example.com
c) Meet Rev Simon Tan for briefing of Wedding Policy
"For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united
2) Reviewing your application and course preparations
Upon receiving your application, our Wedding Services staff will notify you to arrange for a Wedding Policy briefing and to take the Taylor-Johnson Temperamental Analysis (TJTA).
"Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves.
3) Finalising your wedding date and venue
Upon completion of your Marriage Preparation Course, your Team Pastor or Marrying Pastor will finalise the wedding date, together with your spouse-to-be and you. By this time, both of you can begin to look for possible venues to host your wedding.
Being a FCBC member, priority is extended to host your big day at Touch Centre (location map). However, as demand at this facility is high, you are highly encouraged to call in regarding its availability for your chosen date as soon as your course completes. Please direct your enquiries to 6424 9400 or contact us.
- For more information regarding wedding preparations at FCBC, please contact our Wedding Services staff, Vanessa Ong
- You may also visit the ROM website for more information
To find out more about getting married at FCBC, please contact Rev Simon Tan at firstname.lastname@example.org.