Your questions answered about Church of England Christenings

The Church of England has a good resource called “Your Church Christening” . It has answers to even more questions than we could think up so we encourage you to visit it.

Vicar's welcome for prospective married couples

Welcome. Whatever stage you are at in your relationship - just engaged, or deciding that now is the time to organise a wedding: my congratulations, and welcome.

Your questions answered at Your Church Wedding

Whether you've just got engaged (our congratulations!) or are in advanced stages of planning your wedding we encourage you to visit www.yourchurchwedding.orgg

Vicar's message about organising funerals

We are always available to assist families and friends of those who have died, both in arranging funerals and memorial services; and in helping the living through grief to a more peaceful place

Welcome: bringing children for christening or thanksgiving

"We believe that every child is a gift from God." With the arrival of a new baby it may be that you are interested in your child's spiritual, as well physical and emotional development. Read more to find out about the options for christening (baptism) or thanksgiving.

A service of memory and hope: Report

In response to requests, we held a service of memory and hope in the churchyard at St John the Baptist at the end of July.

All Souls: a space for memory

Each year @acnbchurch uses All Souls day to mark bereavement . We see a large number of families for funerals, and we have found it is good to have a space for shared solace.