“Baptism is a sign of new life in Christ. Baptism unites Christ with his people. That union is both individual and corporate. Christians are baptised one by one but to be a Christian is to be part of a new creation which rises from the dark waters of Christ’s death into the dawn of his risen life. Christians are not just baptized individuals; they are a new humanity.” (Book of Alternative Services p.146)
Baptism should take place when the congregation is gathered together for Sunday Eucharist. Days which are particularly appropriate are Easter Sunday, Pentecost, All Saints, The Baptism of the Lord, or when the Bishop visits.
Please speak to one of the clergy if you would like to discuss being baptized.