Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ page). Below, we have tried to answer the most common questions visitors to this our Web site may have. If you find that your question is not answered on this page, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01827 874252.
Perhaps you used to go to Church, but now can't manage to get there. We are always happy to bring you Holy Communion at home if you would like it. Just 'phone the Vicarage on 01827 874252 to arrange a home visit.
HOME & HOSPITAL VISITS
There are times when we need someone to visit us at home or in hospital. We are always available to visit you.
Or perhaps you have a problem and need to talk to someone in confidence ? All you need to do is 'phone the Vicarage.
If you are interested in joining the Mother's Union - this is not just for "Mothers", all women and men are welcome - or you would like more details of what is going on in the Church - please contact the Vicarage.
If you would like details of children's groups in the village (i.e. Playgroups, Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs, and Scouts) then email us on
When someone we love dies our world seems to fall apart. You can have a Service in Church if you would like one. Our Priest-in-Charge, John, or our Lay Ministers will visit you beforehand to help you arrange the Service and to make sure the funeral is just as you want. John, Ruth and Carole and members of the Church are always willing to visit you after the Service if you would like to talk.
Your Wedding Day is one of the most important days in your life. We can help you choose the right service for you. We can advise on the choice of hymns and our choir can sing for your guests whilst you sign the Registers.
If you or your partner live in any of our five parishes or are on the Church Electoral Roll of any of our five parishes, then we would be delighted to conduct your Marriage Ceremony.
To book your wedding date or for information regarding fees please telephone the Rev John on 01827 874252 or e-mail us using the link on our home page.
The birth of a child is probably one of the most joyful moments in life. It's a time to celebrate and show how precious our children are. What better place to celebrate and give thanks than in a Church?
You can have your child christened during the Main Service on any Sunday in the month, as agreed with the Priest-in-Charge, or in special circumstances in a Service just for you, your family and friends on any Sunday afternoon.
To arrange a date or for more information please telephone Rev John as above.
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