Congratulations on your upcoming marriage and we pray your union and home are blessed. The MCK officiates marriages in accordance with Islamic norms and Tennessee state law. MCK provides marriage services to community members.
For all couples wishing to enter into an Islamic Marriage contract, we recommend you read the following e-book: Marriage in Islam: Definition, Significance & Purpose.
Our Imam at MCK assists community members interested in marriage with free premarital counseling. To schedule a session with the Imam, please email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please bear in mind the following general policies regarding MCK’s marriage services:
The couple must obtain a government-issued marriage license prior to having an Islamic marriage ceremony performed by MCK. The license must be presented at the time of the marriage and will be signed by the Imam or his delegate.
For more information on obtaining a marriage license locally, visit the Knox County Clerk website.
The following individuals must be physically present at the time the marriage ceremony is conducted by MCK:
The following documentation will be required on the day of the marriage at MCK. Please note that the processing of marriage contract cannot be completed if any of the requirements are missing:
All marriage ceremonies are performed at the MCK (100 13th Street, Knoxville, TN 37916), or as arranged with the engaged parties, and are by appointment only.
The MCK will issue a certificate that confirms the completion of marriage based on the Islamic Teachings (Qur’an & Sunnah).
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