All Saints’ Church, Renhold, Bedfordshire, England

 Church Service Arrangements

We welcome all residents of Renhold Parish and friends from other Parishes to worship at our Church. The guidance set out below is just to keep you advised.

BAPTISMS

We welcome baptisms from any families living within the Village or who have an association with Renhold Church.

Baptisms are usually celebrated within the context of the 11.00 am Service on Sundays  

Parents must meet with the Parish Priest for Preparation prior to their child's baptism.  

We regard Baptism as a Sacrament and arrangements can be made for photographs to be taken after the Service. For more information, please contact the Parish Priest

CONFIRMATION PREPARATION

Preparation can be undertaken after consultation with the Parish Priest

MARRIAGES

Couples entitled to be married in All Saints Church are:

When one of the Parties is resident in or has a close association with the ecclesiastical Parish of Renhold

When one of the Parties is a regularly attends All Saints Church, with their name on the Electoral Role

Other situations will require an Archbishop's licence

Arrangements can be made with the officiant concerning photography. Video cameras may be used during the ceremony with prior authorisation by the Parish Priest

MUSIC

Appropriate organ music can be provided in consultation with the couple being married. All musical selections must be approved by the Parish Priest. If the couple wishes a different organist to play, the Parish Priest must be consulted.

For more information, please contact the Parish Priest


BURIALS

Residents of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Renhold or those with a close association with All Saints Church, can be buried in the churchyard and the same applies to cremated remains

MEMORIAL SERVICES AND EUCHARISTS OF MEMORIAL

These can be arranged in consultation with the Parish Priest

HOUSE BLESSINGS AND HOUSE COMMUNIONS

These can be arranged by request to the Parish Priest

VISITING OF THE SICK AND ELDERLY

Please contact the Parish Priest, to arrange visits and home Communions