Thanksgiving and Baptisms
When a new person comes into the world it is wonderful to be able to have a public service of thanksgiving.
At All Saints a service of thanksgiving is open to anyone. We want to help you celebrate. The starting point is to come on a Sunday morning at 11am for a few weeks. Please make yourself known to one of the team. This will help you get a feel for who we are and what the church family is like. After you have visited, please contact our Rector's PA, Tali Garan, and we will arrange for one of the team to visit you at home. They will help you think things through and begin to look at possible dates. We hope that this process will also encourage you to be part of the church family in the longer term. We also pray for you that you would discover the full life that following Jesus brings.
For regular members of All Saints who have made a choice to follow Jesus, we also offer a service of baptism.
(Sometimes known as a christening)
A baptism service requires you to make a clear and public statement of faith. To help you in your thinking we will offer all parents a course of preparation. Thanksgivings and baptisms are a wonderful opportunity to celebrate together. Both services take place in the context of our main Sunday morning worship at 11am.
Please have a think about which would be the best way forward. If your not yet part of All Saints then we look forward to welcoming you very soon.
For FAQs about Godparents follow this link to the Church of England website
To discuss Thanksgivings and Baptisms at All Saints contact Tali Garan on email@example.com or 01225 300202.