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Wedding Photographer Chichester Hall, Witley – Ruth & Jon.

It takes a certain sense of dedication to pull together a wedding without the teams of professional organizers based at so many of the wedding venues that we cover. One thing we’re learning is that behind the greatest wedding days are a small army of friends and loved one’s willing to put down their Pimm’s, roll up their sleeves and put the finishing touches to a wedding venue such as this one at the Chichester Hall in Witley, making it uniquely theirs.

Ruth and Jon chose the wonderful Chichester Hall in Witley to set-up their celebrations and tied the knot at the near millennia old All Saints church, a confetti’s throw up the village road from Chichester Hall. The day started at Ruth’s family home in Farnham a short drive over from our base in Godalming, Surrey. With Ruth’s friendly neighbors keen to glimpse the start of an amazing wedding day.

It’s always a pleasure to know that there are some little one’s to take a few pictures of during wedding’s, it’s a little bit different and a total treasure trove of the unexpected. Within the pictures below are a small selection of Ruth and Jon’s family together exploring the green around Chichester Hall. There’s almost nothing more beautiful than capturing life and seeing the additions we each bring to our families.

We’re so glad to be the wedding photographers within the canvas of places like Chichester village Hall. For each Bride and Groom imparts a personal touch to their day, it may take a little more effort and maybe a small army of helpers but we think the amazing work shows through in the pictures.

below are a selection of wedding pictures from their wonderful day. We’ve also included a selection from our Mighty Photobooth. We hope you enjoy them as much as enjoyed being the wedding photographers at Chichester Hall.

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  • February 20, 2016 - 6:12 pm

    Skye - Always an interesting seubjct Ryan. And one in which I find myself on the edge in this conversation. A statement like there are hopeful signs of change in the US is very interesting to me. Why hopeful ? Do you mean hopeful that the denoms will change or hopeful that we are seeing emerging churches working in their ranks? If the latter, why? Why is that hopeful?For me, the reason it doesn’t work so well is that there are some very deep-seeded philosophical and ecclesiological differences at work here trying to work under one proverbial roof that is. Unless we’re talking about just an alternative service I doubt it will ever work. Another service which still operates basically within the same theological framework as the original is not real change to me. It’s window dressing. We have a lot of that going on. That may be part of what’s emerging but it’s not what needs to in my opinion.I find no real hope in so called emerging churches trying so hard to work within denominational structures. What I think when I see that is why? Why do you want to do that? What is your motivation? I know this may sound like generalization, but from what I’ve seen, it’s because of money and fear. And if it is money (let’s call it resources it sounds nicer) then I have to wonder if your idea of what a church is and how it functions has really changed at all. I know that’s not popular with some, but it’s there unavoidable.Cursoraly, anthropologically speaking, I can see a great connection between the state/church marriage that has existed in the UK for centuries, which is still there, embedded in the culture, and the rarity of those who want to pull out of that system. On the other hand, here, there is a rooted culture of suspicion and, if you will, rebellion, which causes us to be more likely to move in a new direction. That’s just cultural stuff.Basically, whether the cultural stuff is good or bad neither necessarily I look more at theology of church, and if your theology of church has sufficiently shifted, and you are convinced that the shift is right, good and healthy, then you will not be able to stay. You will have to go in order to keep your integrity and not cause a divisive ruckus where you have been.Sorry to write such a long comment. This is one of those things we don’t think through enough. Too much emotion and vested interest involved that screws our objectivity up. Peace to you.ReplyCancel

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