A baptism is a joyous event, the sign and seal of our new life in Christ. It is our way of entering into the life of the church. Many bring children to St Nicholas’s for baptism – and the clergy are always happy to discuss what Christian baptism represents and whatever practical questions may arise in planning a baptism.
Adults too, who may not have been baptised as children, may find themselves wishing to make a commitment to Christ and to the life of the Church. In such cases, baptism and confirmation are administered at the same time. Again, the clergy will be happy to discuss ways in which you can deepen your level of commitment and involvement, and practical issues around the sacraments of baptism and confirmation.

If you would like to discuss a service of Baptism please contact us.