The Parish Church of St. Peter & St. Paul, St. Osyth, Essex



Baptisms are held regularly, either during our 11am Sunday service or in the afternoon by arrangement with Revd. Sharon.

During baptism, the vicar pours water over the head of the person being baptised, a symbol of being made clean from sin and given a fresh start in God's family. The sign of the cross is marked on their forehead with the water, like an invisible badge to show they belong to Christ.

Our 15th century font is a very special monument and has carved shields with emblems appropriate to St.Osyth.



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Couples wishing to marry in our church are advised to make contact well in advance to check whether you are entitled to be married in our church under the current CofE rules as well as available dates and fees. You will be offered as much support and guidance as you need, so that your wedding day can be as special for you and your families as possible. Our Choir and Bell Ringers are available to enhance the day. And you can talk to our Vicar if you would like to use our very experienced flower arranger who knows the church and what are the blooms best compliment the church and enhance your day.

To discuss a baptism or wedding in the first instance please contact Revd Sharon Miles.

For additional help and advice and to listen to popular wedding hymns, visit the Church Of England Wedding page:













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