Question: Can Mormons marry non members?

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced this week that its lay leaders no longer can perform civil marriages between nonmembers.

Can a Mormon and a non Mormon get married?

Nonmembers are still banned from attending wedding ceremonies inside a Mormon temple. Temple wedding ceremonies are important to Latter-day Saints because their faith teaches that people who are only civilly married have no claim on each other in the afterlife.

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