Weddings and Baptisms
Weddings at Holy Trinity & All Saints
To be married at Holy Trinity & All Saints it is necessary either to live in the parish or it is your regular place of worship. The best way to make contact is to introduce yourselves at one of the Sunday Masses to Fr. Hughes. If it is your regular place of worship but not the parish in which you reside, then it is still necessary to obtain written permission from your own Parish Priest.
It is preferable if you would see Father Hughes after mass or telephone, rather than email. Email is less than satisfactory when communicating particularly with regard to something so important and personal.
Baptisms at Holy Trinity & All Saints
Baptisms are held on Sundays at 12 noon. They are celebrated outwith the celebration of Mass.
For a Baptism to take place in Holy Trinity & All Saints it is necessary to either live in the parish or it is your regular place of worship. If it is your regular place of worship but not where you live, it will still be necessary to obtain a letter of freedom from your own Parish Priest. Parents will be required to participate in a baptismal preparation programme. The best way to make contact is to introduce yourselves to Fr. Hughes at Sunday Mass.
When choosing Godparents for your child, please note that at least one Godparent must be a Catholic who has been confirmed. It is permissible for additional Godparents to be members of another Christian Church. It is not appropriate to choose non-Christians as Godparents.