1. You find yourself asking the priest or deacon to take all the references to Jesus out of the service.
2. You find yourself dreading your next marriage preparation meeting.
3. You find yourself dreading the service, worried that the priest or deacon will say something too religious.
4. You disagree with the core values of the Church.
5. You find the catechism of the Church so uninteresting that you can just tune them
out, no problem.
6. You are not a member of any faith community and neither one of you intends to be.
7. This location feels like a choice you both are making for somebody else, rather than
8. You and your partner have never talked about religion, and you have serious doubts
that you will ever be able to.
9. This experience feels like just another wedding transaction, one more service provider to check off the list.
10. You can't wait for the reception.
Ten Signs you might be in the Right Place After All
1. You have drifted from the Church, but as you prepare for your wedding you find
yourself seeking a community of faith.
2. You enjoy meeting the minister and appreciate the chance to focus on matters of the
spirit in the midst of wedding planning stress.
3. You have worshipped here and found yourself moved.
4. You want your marriage to be associated with this place and its core values.
5. You can imagine the members of this church holding you in prayer.
6. You sense that your marriage is about more than the two of you.
7. You find yourself praying.
8. This experience is causing you and your partner to talk about your faith and your
aspirations for a faith community as a couple.
9. You don't have it all figured out yet, but this church feels like a blessing to start you
on your way.
10. You can't wait for the wedding.
(Taken from Huffington Post, July 11, 2012)