Boston Unitarians (Lincs) become 99th Unitarian congregation to register for same-sex marriage license

7 July 2021

Boston Unitarians (Lincolnshire) have completed the registration process for a license to conduct marriage ceremonies for same-sex couples, becoming the 99th Unitarian congregation to do so. Their minister, Rev Patrick Timperley, said:

“We are delighted that the Unitarian Meeting House is the first place of worship in the borough of Boston to be licensed for both same-sex and opposite-sex marriages. The building has re-opened from July 1 and we are now looking forward to hosting weddings and other ceremonies in accordance with government regulations.”

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Find out more about our upcoming event ‘Religious Same-Sex Marriage: Why It Matters’ here.

Read more about same-sex marriage in a Unitarian church, chapel or meeting house here.