In England and Wales, any licensed celebrant can conduct a marriage ceremony.
Does a "priest" do the marriage ceremony or is it a "bishop" or a "minister"?
Any other answer is accepted.
The title of the person who conducts the marriage will depend on which religion he/she/the couple are (or non-religious of course).
In Church of England Christianity, I believe it's a vicar.
In the so called "non-conformist" Christian churches, Methodist, Baptist etcetera, it's "Minister".
thanks a lot,
Catholics have priests. Other Christians denominations use the title "minister."
A bishop is the leader of the church in a given area. Priests answer to the bishop. A bishop could do a marriage ceremony, but that is unlikely.
bishop, vicar, priest, deacon, minister, pastor, reverend . . .
Yes, it depends upon the denomination.
For sure it will be a "church official" who will perform the ceremony.