Non mormon dating a mormon
Some are married very young and others never married.It just depends when they find someone they want to marry and when the couple decides they are ready to make the commitment. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) may marry whomever they would like.It happens very often in the Church that a member marries a non-member.If they choose, their congregation's chapel/meetinghouse is available free of charge for the ceremony or reception.Their Bishop is available to perform the ceremony free of charge as well.Mormons may marry whomever they want, but are encouraged to marry people from the same religion to avoid dischord in the marriage relationship.Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) marry whenever they feel they are ready and whenever it is legal for them to do so.
However, most Mormons like to marry within the faith, or to marry someone who is preparing to convert, because they believe that a shared faith makes a stronger family.
Otherwise, they may get married anywhere by anyone.