Baptisms, Weddings & Funerals

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Baptism

As a church, we are committed to living out the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. The baptism of those who have put their faith and trust in Christ is a joyful and wonderful occasion in the life of the church and in the life of the Christian believer.

Baptism marks a significant public occasion for those who have committed their lives to Christ and seek to be one of his disciples and faithful followers.

In baptism, Christians make firm promises and commitments including the following:-

Do you turn to Christ as Saviour?
I turn to Christ.

Do you submit to Christ as Lord?
I submit to Christ.

Do you come to Christ, the way, the truth and the life?
I come to Christ.

For families who are committed to regular worship at St Columba, we also offer infant baptism. Parents make similar promises, along with godparents. These include:-

Will you pray for him, draw him/her by your example into the community of faith and walk with him/her in the way of Christ?
With the help of God, we will.

Will you care for him/her and help him/her to take his place within the life and worship of Christ’s Church?
With the help of God, we will.

For those who are not presently committed followers of Jesus, we’d love to get to know you and you’d be most welcome to come along and meet us at one of our worship services.

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Weddings

We are delighted that you are considering getting married at St Columba Collingtree. It is always a great joy when a man and a woman are joined together in Holy Matrimony and we would be delighted to discuss your wedding plans with you.

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Funerals

The loss of a loved one is a difficult time for those who mourn and we want to do all we can to help and support you. If you would like a funeral service at St Columba or at the crematorium, please contact us.

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First published on: 28th October 2020