Life Events at Belle Vue Church

Births, marriages and funerals…

Baptisms and Thanksgivings

Your child is precious to you and to God. You want the very best for them, and we believe that making these big choices about faith as a family is one of the best things you will ever do. As a local church we are committed to walking this journey with you each and every step of the way.

The first step on the journey is to be in touch with us. We’ll then down together, talk about some of the different options available to you and your family, and how we can best support you in this journey of faith. There are lots of different ways in which we help families get ready for a baptism or a thanksgiving, including our “baptism preparation evenings”, Messy Church, Toddler Groups, and coming to church on a Sunday.


If you are planning to get married come and talk to us about a church wedding!  The first step is to contact us to make an appointment to meet a member of the staff team. At that meeting we will discuss your options and talk together about whether it is possible – legally and practically – for you to get married at Holy Trinity Church.

Funerals at Belle Vue Church

The death of someone we love is never easy. As your local Church in Belle Vue it is a huge privilege to walk with you through one of life’s most difficult times. From the moment you are in touch with us, throughout the process of planning a funeral service, and for as long as you need us afterwards, we are here for you. Whether you prefer a service in Holy Trinity Church, or at the crematorium, we want to support you in the days leading up to the funeral. We work closely with all of the funeral directors in Shrewsbury, and enjoy a good working relationship with each of them as we serve families who are grieving.

Contact the Office

Speak to one of the team

Discuss a service

Phone us on 01743 362399

Our Fees for 2024

Costs explained

New beginnings

Christenings in the Church of England


Weddings in the Church of England

Every step of the way

Funerals in the Church of England