This information designed to help you if you are considering having a baby or child baptised. Hopefully this will answer some of your question, but if there are still things you would like to ask then please contact the vicar, who will be only to pleased to help.

What’s in a name?

Some people talk about baptism, some about Christening. What’s the difference? Well, they both mean the same thing.The church tends to call it ‘Baptism’ because that is the word used in the Bible; whereas ‘christening’ is an old English word for it, rather like a nickname.

What’s it all about?

Baptism is a vitally important step for anyone to take, whether for a baby whose parents are making a decision,or for an adult – and many people are baptised as adults. Because it’s so important, it is not something that can be rushed.


What does a baptism costs?

There is no charge for baptism, but there will be an opportunity for you to make a donation towards the running costs of the church if you would like to do so.

What shall I do next?

Before you decide on the day please contact the Vicar

Contact the Vicar