Baptism

Baptism is the start of a lifelong journey following Jesus and belonging to his family, the church. To help you prepare for this commitment we visit you at your home together with the Godparents to talk through the significance of this step.

Our preferred time for baptisms at All Saints is during the main 9.30am service on the second or fourth Sundays of the month.

If for any reason you felt unable to have your child baptised during this service it is also possible to have your child baptised after the morning services at 11.15am. If your child is baptised after the service then you will be invited to return to the following All Age Worship service to receive a baptismal candle and a welcome into the family of the church.

Please contact the parish office  or one of the team for more information.

Marriage

To be married in church you do not have to be baptised or a regular attender. Though, of course, a church wedding does include that vital dimension of seeking God’s blessing not only on your wedding day but throughout your married life.

For such a special day, we offer a special place and we would love to help you plan a personal, meaningful and spiritual church wedding. We would also like to offer you a great start to your marriage beforehand through a time of preparation with the priest who is taking your service.

Funerals

Funerals are arranged through the undertaker that you engage but please do express to them your desire to have the service in church or have one of the clergy preside at the crematorium. You do not have to have any particular connection with the church for us to be involved in supporting you at this difficult time.