You’re welcome to marry in the Church of England whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are christened and regardless of whether you go to church or not. It’s your church, and we welcome you!
Now I have absolutely no problem with this – except I can’t find where it says it in law – whether that be Canon Law or civil.
A friend and I are at opposite ends of the country, doing different course, but both with essays on marriage to complete this week. We’re both looking for the same bit of info!
The closest I’ve found is Canon B30.3 which states:
It shall be the duty of the minister, when application is made to himfor matrimony to be solemnized in the church of which he is the minister,to explain to the two persons who desire to be married the Church’sdoctrine of marriage as herein set forth, and the need of God’s grace inorder that they may discharge aright their obligations as married persons.