Deo Gloria Family Church is equipped to cater for your wedding requirements.

We have registered marriage officers, licensed to cater for both gay & lesbian, and heterosexual marriages.

Venue for Hire

Deo Gloria Family Church’s sanctuary is available for hire for wedding ceremonies. (We are not equipped to cater for wedding receptions). Pricing per hour is R900. This includes an audio-visual operator, lighting and a professional sound system. Should you require a musician, this will be at an extra cost, based on availability, which can be discussed at the consult.

Contact Us

Contact a pastor on or call 084 586 0843 (Pastor Branden) during church office hours only please. (Tuesday – Friday, 9:00 – 13:00)

While we will do everything possible to accommodate your special day, please keep in mind that dates must be discussed with us prior to setting a date to ensure that a pastor will be available to perform your ceremony, as we have to plan the date in line with our church ministries and conferences.

Who can get legally married under the Civil Union Act?

  1. Any unmarried person who is over the age of 18 years
  2. Any person who has been married before and has proof of divorce or a death certificate of his or her deceased spouse
  3. A foreign national with a valid ID or passport

What criteria do the church require of us as a couple in order for us to be married?

What documents will I need for a marriage to be performed?

What are our options with regards to surname changes?

What is involved in the ceremony?

(The Standard order of service will be discussed in more detail with the Pastor performing the ceremony.)

Please email completed marriage application forms to the church pastoral office at: for evaluation. Once the pastoral office has evaluated your Marriage Application form, the pastor will get back to you in 7 working days, wherever possible.

Please do not confirm invitations until the pastor has validated your Application & has confirmed the wedding date with you in writing. While the counseling still needs to take place as the final step, this is usually a formality but will still be a part of the final decision making process.