One Lord, one faith, one baptism - - -Ephesian 4:5

For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ - - - Galatians 3:27

There are two church services relevant to becoming a Christian. The first is baptism, and the second is confirmation. Baptism in the Anglican Church involves a pouring of water on the head, and special prayers. Baptism may occur at any age and is performed in the church as an important part of the life of the church.

In baptism, we welcome you or your child as a member of the church family The entire church community will support them throughout all stages of their life. Baptism is a Sacrament that marks the start of a journey of faith, which involves turning towards Christ and becoming a member of the local and worldwide Christian family.

You will need to choose a godparent who will guide you or your child in faith. Your chosen sponsor should be someone you trust and whose faith you admire. The godparent needs to be baptised and preferably someone who is confirmed.

For further general information please click on the following link: Baptism in the Church of England

If you wish to explore the possibility of baptism, then please contact Fr. Paul Davies.