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What kind of a church is this?

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COYGL12 Thu 08-Jan-15 21:44:16

Please bear with me - may seem like a silly question. What kind of a church is this?

I was baptised catholic as a baby but never confirmed if that's right? Parents didn't raise me in the catholic faith and I attended c of e ocasionally. I have a 2 week old baby and am starting to think about their christening. Can I have it at this church? Is it the right church for us? We aren't church goers but I'd love to start and learn together with my child.

It's all so confusing - hope I've made some sort of sense and thanks for any advice.

PotteringAlong Thu 08-Jan-15 21:47:17

A quick look at the website tells me it's. Church of England church.

Only you can decide if it's right for you. Go along and see - they will be glad to have you!

meandjulio Thu 08-Jan-15 21:47:45

That's a Church of England church and it looks nice - good news that it has a Sunday school. I would go along one Sunday for the parish communion and see what you think.

COYGL12 Thu 08-Jan-15 22:01:34

Thank you so much for your replies already. So it's not catholic but c of e. And can I take part in mass even though I was baptised but not confirmed? Think going on a Sunday sounds like a good idea too. Hard to know where to start. Thanks again smile

TripTrapTripTrapOverTheBridge Fri 09-Jan-15 01:06:24

Yeah,I think it's a CofE church too .

And hello from a Janner!

PotteringAlong Fri 09-Jan-15 01:52:02

You can take part all you like! If you had communion at your old church (I'm assuming if you were raised catholic you did your first holy communion) you can have communion too.

Honestly, just turn up smile

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