During the christening you or your child will be baptised.  It’s the first step of an amazing journey with God, parents, godparents, friends, family, and the church.  


You don’t have to be baptised yourself to have your child baptised, (although godparents do need to have been batpised) and you don’t have to be a regular churchgoer.  


Start by exploring the possibilities here:


Marrying in church is personal, meaningful, and spiritual, just as you want it to be.   We will take a personal, caring approach to make getting married at St. John's the perfect choice. 

Get in touch with us so that we can join your on your special journey.


You can find out more about Church of England weddings below. (please note there are some small differences regarding Guernsey weddings) 


We’ll always be here to help you through one of life’s most difficult times.  


A Church of England funeral is available to everyone, giving support before, during and after the service, for as long as it’s needed.  


You can be in touch at any time to plan your funeral or the funeral of a loved one.  


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We are committed to ensuring St. John's Church is a safe place for all and adhere to all applicable safeguarding best practice. 

St. John's Church's safeguarding officer is Annette Stewart.

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Please contact Annette immediately if you have any concerns about a child or vulnerable adult.  

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