Baptisms are offered at Holy Trinity on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month as part of our 10.45 service.

baptismThe baptism service is a time to thank God for the gift of life and to acknowledge His love. Babies and children are commonly baptised in the Anglican Church, often known as a christening. Baptism is a ritual that symbolises grace and is reflective of Jesus’ baptism in the River Jordan.

Some adults may also choose to be baptised, please speak to a member of the clergy team if this is something you are considering.

baptism 2At Holy Trinity we also offer the opportunity for a full immersion baptism, which happens at set services several times a year. Again speak to one of our team if you would like to explore this further.

Confirmation services mark the time in a Christian journey when anyone who was baptised as a child can choose to take on that firm commitment to following Jesus for themselves. At a this service through prayer and laying on of hands by a bishop the Church asks God to give those being confirmed power, through the Holy Spirit, to live the life of discipleship.

For more details contact the church office.

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