By the Revd Sandra Millar. I recently spent some time with my wonderful 4 year old goddaughter. We walked around Gloucester cathedral together, while Evensong was taking place. As I pointed out stained glass, high ceilings, giant pillars and more, all I kept hearing was a whispered “Wow!”. It was wonderful to share this experience […]More
You might get to know your local church and the people there in surprising ways, either before a christening, or after. Here’s how parenting blogger Media Mummy found ‘the nicest place to have a cup of tea and a home baked scone’. Read blog>> We are not responsible for the content of external websites.
By Revd Kate Stacey It is my privilege as a local vicar to be there for families wanting to have their child christened. Often families come with lots of questions about the service and about their choices of godparents. These questions are very welcome and give a great opportunity to address the concerns of the […]
Congratulations! You have had – or are going to have – your child baptized at a christening. That is just so exciting. It’s exciting because you are going to have an amazing day with family and friends. It might even involve a party, presents and new clothes, as well as a really special time in […]