The following is excerpted from Robin's remarks from the beginning of our ceremony at Stonehenge:

I come before you today at Stonehenge, the mysterious stone circle built nearly 5000 years ago.  This is a mystical place, a place most sacred to countless generations before us and countless generations to come.  

Since it pre-dates Christianity, we regard Stonehenge as more sacred even than a church.  God cannot be confined within a building; He is everywhere, in the earth beneath our feet; in the rocks around us; in the sky above us.  We regard Stonehenge as God's church, since it comprises these elements guided by the hand of man who fashioned these rocks into a temple.

Stonehenge also holds personal symbolism for us as it is the place where we first felt the true depth and magical power of our love for each other.