Caring in our Community – Baptism, Wedding and Funeral
In times of joy, such as the happiness of the arrival of a baby, the traditional way to mark this great event is with the wider community. Our church is pleased to mark your joy with a baptism (also called Christening). A baptism declares the family’s highest joys, hopes and aspirations. Baptism also declares God’s unconditional love for your baby. The meaning and message of baptism is love: the love of family and friends, church and God.
Our minister will be glad to arrange a date, time and place for baptism. Both church and minister will be pleased to offer you a baptismal service that will echo your own joy and the joy of the community.
A wedding is an occasion of marking the happiness and joy of a couple together with their families, friends and wider community. Our church has a great tradition of helping a couple and their families to mark their happiness with a wedding service. Our minister will be glad to hear from you and to listen to what you want for your wedding. Having conducted over 350 weddings Kenneth has the experience to help you work through the many options that are available and lead you to the wedding which celebrates the love that you have found.
Families and community come together at the sad time of bereavement, grief and funeral. Our minister and our church can provide the kind of personal care that is sought and needed at this sad time. Some think that the church is only there for those who believe what the church believes or for those who have the same faith; not so. We care for all in our community without preference or prejudice; all are welcome.
You, your family and friends will be guided through the dark valley with understanding of the grief process and offered a funeral service that meets your needs. Kenneth will offer care throughout and then beyond the funeral service. Our facilities are both excellent and comfortable to host a funeral. You can have every confidence in the respectful care you will be offered through our church and its minister.
minister: Rev Dr Kenneth Brown phone: 042 252 6269 email: firstname.lastname@example.org