Church of England churches seek to serve their local community. One of the many ways we do this is through providing wedding, baptism and funeral services and supporting people as they approach these important life events, helping them to understand what they mean in the context of the Christian faith.
If you would like to have your child baptised/christened or are looking to hold a Service of Thanksgiving for the safe arrival of a baby, please contact Rev James Harvey.
He will contact you and arrange a time to meet.
You can also find out extra information about christenings/ baptism here
If you are interested in getting married in church and are considering St Michael’s as a possible venue we will be delighted to talk with you about it. Please contact James Harvey to discuss the details.
“We genuinely cannot thank you enough for all your help and support not only on the day itself but also leading up! You and your community at Longframlington and Felton greeted us with nothing but kindness and welcoming faces. The ceremony was beautiful and perfect in every way! You personalised it perfectly to suit us and created an amazing service! So many people have commented on the service and how beautiful a Church of England wedding is! Thanks for making our day such a memorable one!” Mr & Mrs J
We offer the opportunity for couples to take part in our Talking Marriage Course as part of helping couples prepare for their big day, and more importantly, their future married life together. It has always been highly appreciated by the couples who have enjoyed the chance to take part.
“We both came away with a refreshed appreciation of each other and I genuinely feel a better understanding of each other’s priorities. An added bonus was also a very tasty lunch, countless cups of tea, cake, and a very tasty caramel shortbread! We would heartily recommend this course to all couples: to enjoy time together and to strengthen an already strong relationship.”
You can also find out more about getting married in church here
In the event of a funeral we will be contacted directly by your chosen Funeral Director, so please contact them first. Someone will then be in touch to discuss further arrangements and offer support.
We are always here to listen and to pray for people. If you would welcome a visit after the funeral, please contact us and we would be delighted to offer support. There is also an opportunity to attend the ‘Memories’ service in early November which is a special time to remember those who have died.
You can also find more information here.