Baptisms (Christenings)

Baptism is a very special event through which we welcome an individual into God's family, the Church.

Often it is very young children who are baptised (also known as a Christening) but it is also open to adults who have become Christians later in life, if they were not baptised as a child.

To find out more, please have a look at our information leaflet (on the right).  You might also like to look at the Church of England's Christening website (for infants) or visit their pages on adult baptism.

At Holy Trinity, baptism usually takes place on the last Sunday of the month in a special service at 1pm.  Anyone who lives in our parish or has a strong connection with our church is entitled to be baptised at Holy Trinity.  If you would like to arrange a baptism at Holy Trinity, for yourself or your child, the first step is to contact the Vicar, Mother Katy.