Life Events

Services for every stage of life

Baptisms, Confirmations, Weddings, Funerals. Part of our church life involves marking key events in our lives. God is present in our pain and in our joy, and so we gather together at all of these times, in His presence.
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Baptisms

Baptisms are also a great joy. As part of our main Sunday service, we welcome children or adults interested in being baptised. Prior to a baptism, we can visit you at home, or meet in church if you would prefer. Our baptism families often comment on how fun, engaging and welcoming our baptism services are, and some have become regular members following a baptism. We'd love to hear from you if you'd like to know more.

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Confirmations

When people commit their lives to Jesus, the whole church wants to celebrate. Confirmation is a way to make that commitment surrounded by friends, family and church family. We share in confirmation classes before the event, to strengthen each person, and to help them to be ready for this important occasion.

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Weddings

Are you interested in getting married? We have a warm, colourful and cosy church building, surrounded by a stunning park, which is perfect for a wedding setting. We offer support to couples before and after the big day, and we simply love taking weddings. Do get in touch to find out more.

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Funerals

If you have lost a loved one, and would value a church service, you can be sure of a sensitive service, a listening ear and caring support. Though funerals are difficult occasions, it is a privilege to help families remember and give thanks for their loved one. Each November we also hold a thanksgiving service, where families are invited back to remember and name their loved ones before God. This can be an opportunity to express grief, sometime after a loss, when grief is at a different stage. It can also be an opportunity simply to be quiet in a peaceful setting, and remember those who are so dear to us.

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St. John's is a friendly Anglican church in the Walks, King's Lynn, Norfolk. 
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