Baptism (sometimes called Christening) is a joyful occasion and one which we greatly cherish at Holy Trinity. Whether bringing a child for baptism or being baptised ourselves, this involves making important promises of commitment to follow God and to be a part of his church family. Baptism services of children normally take place during once of our Morning Worship services at 10.45am.

As an alternative, we also offer a thanksgiving service in which parents can give thanks to God for the birth of a child and celebrate their new life. This service is similar to a baptism service, but does not require you to make promises to God or to join the church. Thanksgiving does not stop you having your child baptised at a later date. Some parents choose a thanksgiving service to let their child make their own decision to follow Jesus and be baptised when they are older.

Please explore our HTH Baptism Policy Summary for more information.

If you are interested in baptism or thanksgiving, please contact the church office.