Baptism marks the beginning of a life-long journey with God. Baptism, sometimes called a Christening, is an outward step we make in response to God’s love for us - love which Christians believe is shown in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Baptism is a joyful moment for all involved - it's the start of an amazing journey of faith and a special day for your family and friends. You can find out more here.

The University Church has a lively and growing congregation. Baptisms are usually organised at 12.15pm on Sundays following the 10.30am Sung Eucharist, although they may also take place in the course of the Eucharist. We are delighted to baptise those who live in the parish, those who have become regular worshipping members of our congregation, as well as any member of the University. While serving the University is an integral part of our ministry, anyone can attend services at the University Church and become a regular worshipping member of our congregation.

For further information about Baptism, Confirmation and Admission to Holy Communion, please contact the Vicar:

Baptism at Easter