Baptism and Holy Communion are the two signs of membership of the Anglican Church. In order to bring a child for baptism parents and god-parents make serious promises, saying that they are Christians and that they intend to raise that child as a Christian in the context of regular attendance at their parish church. With this in mind we would expect you to come to church a few times before enquiring about Baptism, just to make sure you are happy to commit to becoming regular attenders at our church.
If you would like to enquire about having a child baptised please speak to a member of the clergy after any Sunday morning service. As well as explaining the process for bringing a child to be baptised we will want to talk to you about making us your home church and about what it means to be Christian today. Alternative contact the church to discuss baptism by
The Bible teaches us that marriage is the public union of one man and one woman for life.
In order to be married at Stokenchurch Parish Church you need to:
1) Both be UK National citizens
2) Have not been previously married and now divorced with a surviving ex-spouse
3) Have a qualifying connection with the Parish of St Peter & St Paul, Stokenchurch
The cemetery in the parish is administered by the Parish Council. There are regulations, including who may purchase a plot in the cemetery and what may be erected. To apply please contact Stokenchurch Parish Council via email@example.com | 01494 482403.