Weddings, Baptisms & Funerals

If you are interested in being baptised or having a child baptised/christened, then please contact Revd. Emma Watson 07854719655

What is baptism?
Baptism is the outward sign of a commitment to Jesus in response to his commitment to us. Using water symbolises two things:

Washing - when Jesus died on the cross, he died to pay our debt with God so we can freely have a relationship with him. Our sin is 'washed' away. The water symbolises what Jesus has done for us.
Drowning - sounds alarming! But the symbolism is of dying to the old life of living for ourselves (going into the water) and instead living the new life of living for Jesus (coming out of the water). The water symbolises our intention to live for him and not for ourselves.
There is nothing magical about the water! The service is a powerful picture of what a person has already received through Jesus.


If you would like to enquire about being married at St Cuby please contact Revd. Emma Watson 07854719655
To get married at St Cuby you need to be able to demonstrate a connection to the church. The laws governing who is eligible to get married in a particular church were changed in Oct 2008 so that there are more ways you can prove a qualifying connection.
You are eligible to marry at St Cuby if:
a) Either of you have lived for 6 months in the parish of St Cuby at any stage of your life.
b) You have attended St Cuby regularly for 6 months at any stage of your life.
c) You were baptised or confirmed in the parishd) Your parents or grand-parents were married at St Cuby .
e) Your parents during your lifetime have lived within the parish for a period of more than 6 months.
f)  Your parents have regularly worshipped within the parish (either more than 3
    times a year for many years or at least once a month for 6 months)
If you do not qualify under any of the above criteria, there may be other options which would enable you to marry at St Cuby. Please contact the Vicar - Reverend Emma Watson 07854719655 who will be able to advise you on possible ways forward.


Please contact Revd Emma Watson 07854719655