Since the time of the New Testament, new members of the Church have been welcomed into the Church family by baptism (also known as christening).
Baptism symbolises dying to sin and rising to new life in Christ and in his family the church.
Baptisms are normally held at 12 noon:
at St. Aidan’s Church on the second Sunday of the month;
at St. George’s Church on the last Sunday of each month.
If you are interested in being baptised, or having your children baptised, come to one of our regular Sunday morning services (usually 9.30am at St Aidan’s and 10.30am at St George’s) to speak to a member of clergy and to pick up a baptism pack. The pack contains more information about baptism, as well as an enquiry form.