If you are thinking of a Baptism (also known as a Christening), Dedication or a Blessing for your child we'd be delighted to help. Your child is precious and how wonderful to give thanks for God's precious gift.
Older children or adults who have not been baptised as a child are also welcome to be baptised.
To make an enquiry please contact the Vicar, Rev Jane, who will be delighted to talk to you.
You can find out more information about Church of England baptisms by choosing this link.
A funeral marks the close of a human life on earth. It is the opportunity for friends and family to express their grief and to give thanks for the life of their loved one. Anybody is welcome to have a Church of England funeral. For more information please contact Rev Jane.
We are always availible as well after the funeral takes place to continue to help you remember and grieve your loved one.
For more information about Church of England funerals please visit this website.
If you are planning on getting married then we would be glad to help. Your wedding is special today and we would love to celebrate with you as you embark on this new chapter of life.
There are certain rules that entitle you to be married in your Parish Church and these are known as 'qualifying connections'. Contact the Vicar, Rev Jane Atkinson who will be able to talk to you about what these are.
If you don't qualify to be married in church, you may want to consider having a blessing after a civil wedding.
Weddings can be conducted at the church on most Saturdays, week-days and under special circumstances on Sundays. The basic fee is agreed nationally by the Church of England each year. Additional fees may be added for any extra options you choose, for example the organist or for flower arranging, Rev Jane will give you a breakdown of costs and tell you what the fee for your wedding will be.
For an initial discussion please contact the the Vicar, Rev Jane Atkinson, on 01253 969492.
A meeting will be arranged to complete an application form with you and discuss various arrangements with you.
You can find out more information about weddings in the Church of England by choosing this link.