There are many reasons why people want their child to get baptised. It is traditionally a way of giving thanks for the birth of a child, it is part of a tradition, it is a way of celebrating a birth. For the church, Baptism is a way of stating that the child is a child of God, and that they are precious in God’s eyes.
If you are thinking of baptism for you or your child, do please contact the Rector, Philip Blackledge. Baptisms normally happen during our 11.00am morning Eucharist, although other times can be arranged.