• No. You can get married in a backyard, on the beach, on a plane, or anywhere else others get married. However, a bishop is free and there is no rental charge for using the gymnasium in the meetinghouse. However, if someone is a member of the Church and would like to be "sealed" to his/her spouse for all of eternity, then they must get married in the temple. So in a way, the answer to your question is "yes" and "no". :-)
  • Mormonly yes. (Get it)
  • As Mormons consider God to be a respecter of the laws of the land in which one lives, LDS members can marry anywhere that the marriage is considered 'legal' by the laws of the land. Under such, the marriage would also be recognized by God. However, for a marriage to endure forever, it must be conducted in the Temple of God, by those who God places in authority to be able to conduct "forever marriages" on His behalf, OR if one has previously married merely legally first, he/she must wait at least 12 months thereafter before they can have that civil ceremony sealed in the Temple, binding the marriage for all time and eternity.
  • I would imagine so, but I don't really know anything about the Mormon faith.
  • 3-4-2017 The only things a Mormon has to do are wear clean clothes to church and tithe. I used to change into short pants, tee shirt, and thongs to pick up my mother at church just to shake people up.

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