If you would like to book a wedding at one of our churches, arrange a blessing after a marriage somewhere else, or to talk to us about renewing your marriage vows please click contact us, we’d love to hear from you!

If you are getting married in one of our sister Anglican churches but live in our parish you will be advised to contact us for your wedding Banns to be called. Normally we do this two months before your wedding, on consecutive weeks, usually the 1st ,2nd and 3rd Sundays of the month at one of our morning services. Please contact us.

For more information on organising a Church of England wedding, see the useful link below.

Christenings (Baptism)

If you have had, or are about to have a baby, congratulations!
We would love to talk to you about your child’s baptism – sometimes called a christening.
Or if you prefer, we can discuss a simple form of thanksgiving prayers (where we don’t ask you to make any promises about being part of the Church). If you, or an older child would like to explore being baptised or confirmed, we’d love to talk to you too!

You’ve chosen to have a christening, what next?

Drop an email to our Administrator, Helen, and she’ll help you find a date and answer some initial questions, then one of our clergy will come out to meet you and your family to discuss the Christening or Thanksgiving service with you.

Click the links below to see the Church of England’s brilliant website all about Christenings. It will tell you all about what to expect on the day and has information on the important role of Godparents which might help you in making some of your decisions.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.
We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you into the family of our church!

Funerals, bereavement and pastoral care

Remembering a Loved one

We can help you organise a funeral in one of the churches, or a memorial service after a service at the Crematorium or Cemetery, if that’s more appropriate.

Most funeral arrangements start with a call to a local funeral director, and we work with all the main companies.

Pastoral Care

St Saviour’s and All Saints share a joint pastoral care team who work together to provide support and home visits to the sick, the housebound and the bereaved. We also do hospital visits.
We can visit you at home with home communion (the reserved sacrament) if required.

If you, or a relative, neighbour or friend who lives in our parish requires a home or hospital visit please contact the parish office on 01283 749162 or the Vicar on 01283 541884 and one of our pastoral visiting team will visit.If you wish to be included on the churches prayer chain, please click the ‘contact us’.

The team meet together quarterly for training and mutual support.

The Grave Yard at Branston

At St Saviour’s the churchyard is open for burials as well as for burial of ashes. When the time comes, we can help you put in place a suitable memorial stone. Arrangements for headstones and ashes memorials are usually made either through your funeral director, or directly through a local stonemason.Your memorial or stone must comply with the Lichfield Diocese Churchyard Regulations.

We’re always happy to talk with you about anything of concern. Please do contact us.