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Here’s where you can learn more about fulfilling your wishes by having a traditional service for your family event. Our church buildings can help make these types of services more memorable because of the atmospheric surroundings.

Arrange an event.


Baptisms usually occur either within or after our main Sunday service at either church. They are public services in which your child will be welcomed into the life of the church and will begin his/her journey of faith as a member of the local and worldwide Christian family which tries to live life the way Jesus did.


We would be delighted to conduct your wedding in either of our beautiful churches and to offer you more than just the service but our friendship, prayers and support as you prepare to make this very special and serious commitment to each other.

A Wedding at All Saints' Church, Wath upon Dearne

If you live in our parish or were brought up here, or if your parents or grandparents were married at either church, then you will qualify to marry here.


Whether you are choosing a burial at a local civic Cemetery or a Cremation, we welcome you to remember and give thanks for the lives of those who departed in a service either at Christ Church, Brampton or All Saints, Wath upon Dearne. This is open to all – please don’t feel you have to be ‘religious’ or a ‘churchgoer’. We are here to prayerfully journey with you as you mourn and mark this most difficult life event. 

The Church Minister will help discuss and organise the Service with you, which may involve a visit to hear the story of the unique and special person you are saying goodbye to. Your choice of music, readings and tribute to the life of your departed relative or friend will be talked through at this time.

Making Arrangements

To arrange your service, you can either send an email via the contact page or telephone Rev. Charles Burton on 07803 219746.

To hire Christ Church Community Hall, telephone Anita Hoyle on 07925 938736.

Hire the St James rooms at All Saints Church.