Protestants who have previously married or divorced are able to re-marry, although some denominations may require a release from Church officials, In order that the marriage can take place.
There are very little restrictions regarding the location and time of marriages, except during major religious holidays, such as Christmas and Easter.
There are various ranges of religious believes under the Protestant groups. The differences in and practice are reflected in their wedding services. Protestants are Baptists, Lutherans, Methodists, Episcopalians, Presbyterians and others. The relationship of the church to the Christ is considered much like the relationship between a husband and spouse.