For full information on how to have your Banns called at Holy Trinity visit our Banns section HERE We will need you to: a. Fill out the application form. b. Transfer the fee c. Take note of the dates where you Banns will be called, and get in touch for your Banns certificate after they have been read.
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The Sunday School and creche runs every Sunday at the 10.30am morning service during term-time Sunday. Children are divided into groups based on their age group. Whilst there is the Creche at all services, the rest of the Sunday School does not meet on the 1st Sunday of the month as this is our All-Age Service. Children move up from the Creche to the Sparks group whenever they are ready for a little more structured learning! Vicki, Katy and Georgina
Banns: A legal requirement in the Church of England is that ‘banns’ are ‘called’ over three consecutive Sundays in Holy Trinity, and in the parish where the non-resident partner lives (if applicable). This means that on three Sundays, the clergy will ask the congregation if anybody has any objection to your marriage going ahead. This rather quaint practice dates from an era when populations were less mobile and bigamy was more prevalent! Banns must be called during the three months
Marriage at Holy Trinity Holy Trinity is licensed for weddings. Anyone who lives in our Parish is eligible to be married in their parish church. You can check this on the A Church Near You website. In addition, anyone who has attended church regularly and is on the church electoral roll, is also eligible to be married in the church which they attend. There are also some circumstances where you can be a married in a church “by virtue of
Baptisms at Holy Trinity Baptism is a very important and exciting part of our life together here at Holy Trinity with a large number of baptisms every year. If you would like to be baptised yourself or would like your child baptised, please take a look at this PDF Document which should answer most of your questions. We expect those who are being baptised, or who are bringing children for baptism, to be practising Christians who are able to make