Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals
The Church of England provides a very special envornment for your major family occasions. Our churches are places of beauty and reverence. Weddings and Baptisms are joyful services. Funerals reflect on and celebrate the lives of loved ones who have died.
Our churches are beautiful and will make a lovely setting for your marraige service. People choose churches for their wedding when they want in someway to include God in the promises that they are making to each other.
We can help you organise a special service. the first step in arranging a wedding is to contact the member of our clergy team with a pastoral responsibility for the church you would like to marry in.
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The Church of England provides a really helpful website to help you in deciding on a church and planning your service
A baptism is a wonderful celebration of new life. In Baptism we welcome people into the Christian faith. Promises are made by parents on behalf of their children. Adults commit themselves to be members of the church family.
Baptisms usually take place in the main Sunday service in each of our churches. We set aside the first Sunday of the month in St. James, St. Michael and St. Peter's churches for baptism services. St. Gabriel's will usual hold a Baptism on the second Sunday of the Month and arrangements can be a little more flexible at Holy Trinity Church.
There is no charge for a Baptism service, although donations are appreciated and a collection plate is passed round in services.
Please use the button below to contact us. Please name the church in your request.
We are here to help you through one life's most difficult times.
A funeral service in church provides space and time to reflect on the life of your loved one in the context of a building that has been used for prayer over many years.
We can provide support before, during and after the service, for as long as it is needed.
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If you want to explore what is offered by the Church of England for funeral there is a very helpful website.