A light in the community of Pheasey and Park Farm


Explore Faith. Discover Life

Starts Monday 29 April 2024 – 7.30pm – at Beacon Church Pheasey

To find out more about what Alpha is all about go to the Alpha Course website

To find out more about joining the Alpha Course at Beacon Church email: info@beaconchurchpheasey.com


Christenings and Baptisms

We love having baptisms at Beacon Church, whether it is for a baby, a child or an adult. Baptism is a sign of God’s love and grace in our lives. Through baptism we become part of God’s family, the Church. Baptism also marks a turning point in our lives, where we say that we want to turn away from the mistakes of the past and put our faith in Jesus. The water in baptism symbolises having our guilt and shame washed away and being reborn into God’s family where we can find forgiveness and freedom to live the lives that God created us to live!

So that you know how things work at Beacon Church when it comes to christenings and baptisms, we have put together a Baptism Policy for you. You can read it here

If you want to find out more please get in touch!

There is also loads of great help and advice on planning a christening on the Church of England Christenings Website

Our stone font has been used to baptise lots of children….

But we need a bigger pool for the adults…

Here’s a video of our most recent adult baptisms…

Baptisms on 28 January 2024

Weddings

Congratulations on getting engaged! At this exciting time in your life we would love to help you celebrate. Having a church wedding presents an opportunity for you to ask God to bless your marriage. Marriage is a wonderful symbol of love and also helps us to begin to understand how much God loves us as we experience loving and being loved by another person. If you would like to find out more about getting married at Beacon church we would be delighted to hear from you!

There is also loads of great advice and help on planning a church wedding by going to the Your Church Wedding website

Funerals

Funerals give us an opportunity to not only say goodbye to a loved one but also to give thanks for their life. It is important that we do this so that we are able to grieve properly. God promises that he will comfort everyone who goes through a time of mourning if we seek him and allow him to come close to us in our times of sadness. If we at Beacon Church can help you find this comfort at this time, whether through holding a funeral service for your loved one or even just spending time with you and allowing you to talk, please do get in touch with us.

You can get more help and advice on planning a church funeral by visiting the Church of England Funerals website

“You are the light of the world.

A town built on a hill cannot be hidden!”

Matthew 5:14