Your baby’s baptism is the first and most important step you will take as parents in the life of faith of your child. It is important that you share this very special celebration together with the Christian family members of your local church. That is why, at St. George’s, we have baptisms during one of our regular services, either at 10am or at 11.30am. At the end of the baptism ceremony, the church family will welcome your child as one of them. Everyone will say, “We welcome you into the fellowship of faith; we are children of the same heavenly Father; we welcome you.”
Falling in love is a very human experience. But when we decide to consecrate that love in Christian marriage our human love becomes a sign in the world of God’s love. When you pledge yourselves to unconditional love for life you show what Christ’s own self-sacrificing love is like. Yours is a love with no limits.
In Spain, marriage is normally a civil matter, but those who have married in Spain, the UK, or elsewhere may come to the Church to have their union blessed. We encourage you to make your marriage blessing as personal an occasion as possible. For you are the centre of what is happening. The Church of England provides the structure of the service, but we can help you to personalise it by the careful choice of music, hymns and readings (in English or Spanish) to make it the perfect day.
For all enquiries about how we can help you arrange a baptism, wedding, confirmation or funeral, please contact the Chaplain or the Church Office.