If you thinking about getting married, first let us offer you our congratulations! Marriage is a great adventure, commitment, and joy, and we’d love to share it with you at All Saints’. There are some legal requirements that need to be fulfilled, though.
To find out more, just click on this really helpful website, which tells you all you need to know about getting married in a Church of England church.
It’s right to mark both the happy times in life, but also the sadness and trauma of death, too. Because churches are not simply there for funerals but to mark every moment of life, it is a good place to come together and share memories, and to grieve in a place committed to the belief that death is not the end of everything, but the beginning of a new, and eternal life.
If you are recently bereaved, please do not hesitate to get in contact with Fr Gregory. He will be happy to help. It can be a really disorientating time, and these pages here, can help with some of the practical needs at a tough time,
Last year the PCC discussed the proposal, following requests from both parents and children, that we might offer the sacrament of Holy Communion to children before confirmation, but after a period of consultation and discussion. We shall be holding a consultation with...