Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals and Visits

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have advised that all churches are now closed for private worship and public services until further notice, this is inline with Government advice.

The latest advice regarding Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals is as follows;

Baptisms – Only emergency baptisms can take place either in hospital or at home, this is subject to strict rules regarding hygiene and social distancing.

Weddings – There can be no weddings in church buildings until further notice.

Funerals – may only happen at the crematorium or at the graveside and only immediate family can attend. 

Please contact Revd Cathy Austin to discuss any of the above – see our Contact Us page for more details.

Baptisms (Christenings) 
Click Here to find out more about baptism for a child. If you are an adult seeking baptism please contact the Rector. To inquire about a baptism click here.
Click Here to light a virtual candle for someone you know who is being Christened or Baptized.

Marriages (Weddings)
Click Here to explore your wedding ceremony with us. We’ll work with you to make sure you have the most perfect wedding day.
To inquire about a wedding in church, click here.
If you need your banns read with us click here.

Our Churches are committed to walking alongside the sick, dying and bereaved. If there is anything we can do to help you plan a funeral service, visit the sick or support the dying or bereaved, then do not hesitate to get in touch with the vicar.
Click Here for more information about a funeral service. Click Here to light a virtual candle for someone who has died.

Resources and links

Planning a Funeral with us: planning-a-funeral
Churchyard Rules: 2013-churchyard-rules
Application Form for grave head stones: application-to-introduce-memorial-in-churchyard

There are fees for Marriages and Funerals. Please contact the vicar for these or click here.

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