July 7, 2022

It was nice to see in a newsletter from St Andrews Church, Kyrenia that they recently had a lovely wedding and this is what they had to say.

On Monday 29th July 2019 we in St. Andrew’s were delighted to welcome Margaret (Maggie) Jenkins and James (Junior) McCash to the church for their wedding.

With St. Andrew being the patron saint of Scotland, it was fitting that Maggie and Junior, both of whom hail from there, chose a Scottish theme for their wedding.

Both the groom and best man chose to wear the kilt and proudly stood against the heat, and Maggie, not to be outdone, wore a beautiful strapless gown.

The Acting Chaplain, the Revd Michael Graham, conducted the ceremony while the Revd Martin Phillips-Last, Chaplain of Amochostos, acted as Registrar. To complete the clerical line-up the Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral, Nicosia, The Very Revd Jeremy Crocker, was the organist.

We wish every blessing to  Maggie and Junior as they begin their married life together

To see more from St Andrews Church, Kyrenia click here

Photos  kindly shared by: Susie Forster Photography

2 thoughts on “Wedding with a Scottish flavour in St. Andrew’s Church, Kyrenia

  1. Thank you to everyone at the church also Susie our photographer , Tina who made a grand job with our hair and mostly of all the staff and owners at Meryem’s boutique hotel for making our day so special 💕

    1. Thank you, Maggie and Junior, and if you would like me to send you a page from our e-newspaper depicting your wedding do let me know….

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