Please find the signup form for the Baptism and submit.
First Holy Communion
The sacrament of First Holy Communion is the time where children first receive the Eucharist, the source and summit of our faith. But first, we prepare for Reconciliation where we learn more about growing close to Jesus, God’s ever-present love and forgiveness. Our program of preparation welcomes the whole family to become a part of the process. With the help of our catechists, parents are guided through a beautiful bonding experience with their child learning about their Catholic Faith. As such, there needs to be a consistent adult who can support the child’s faith journey to participate in this program. We welcome all the Baptised children over the age of 7 years and in year 3 or above. Please read and agree to our Children’s Sacramental Formation (CSF) Programme Family Handbook, fill in the Application Form and submit it with the Baptism Certificate of your child.
The Sacrament of Confirmation is a crucial step in the faith journey of a young person. This program blends religious education, faith sharing, community service and spiritual development in a way that is personal and fosters strong ties between the Confirmation candidates.
The sacrament of Confirmation is a sacrament that seals the process of Christian initiation to the Church. It is a sacrament necessary for someone to qualify to be a baptismal or Confirmation sponsor because it makes them a full member of the Church with all the graces accompanying it.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church lists five effects of Confirmation:
1) It roots us more deeply in our Faith
2) It unites us more firmly to Christ;
3) It increases the gifts of the Holy Spirit in us;
4) It renders our bond with the Church more perfect
5) It gives us a special strength of the Holy Spirit to spread and defend the faith by word
and action as true witnesses of Christ.
Please read and agree to our Children’s Sacramental Formation (CSF) Programme Family Handbook, fill in the Application Form and submit it with the Baptism Certificate of your child.
RCIA aims to help those who would like to know more about the Catholic Faith and who might like to engage in the process of becoming a Catholic.
A group of experienced catechists and a member of the parish clergy present the course through weekly sessions. The meetings are relaxed and informal. Details of the next course can be obtained from the Parish Office.
Marriage Preparation Course
Our parish course covers topics such as communication, sharing, family life and the Sacrament of Marriage. It is led by experienced married couples and a member of the parish clergy. Courses are held twice a year in late November and again in early February.
Details of our courses are available from the Parish Office.