BaptismThis is also sometimes known by the name ‘Christening’. It marks the time when a person (younger or older) publicly becomes a member of the church.

Baptism is a wonderful celebration of new beginnings. Christians believe that through baptism in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, God offers his gift of love without limit.




ConfirmationCongratulations on wanting to explore confirmation. It is important to see confirmation as a part of your journey in faith in Christ and not in isolation.

When you speak to our Rector or Associate Priest she will invite you to attend a confirmation course. This is a good way to explore your faith with others who are thinking about confirmation and is a safe place to ask any questions you have about God, Jesus and the journey of faith..

This section includes information on what confirmation is, what happens during the service and some FAQs.


Wedding ringsHoly Trinity Church is an excellent place to hold a wedding. It is a grand building with a good organ, a fine set of bells and a choir that is often available to sing.If you want to know more about getting married at our church and if you are eligible please contact the Church Administrator

There is further information on Church Weddings and a Wedding Planner on the Church of England website.



CandlesIf you wish to hold a funeral service at Holy Trinity Church or at a Crematorium with one of our clergy officiating, then please contact the undertaker in the first instance. They will then contact us.