as of 6th July 2021
Registration for the First Holy Communion preparation programme for 2021-22
IS NOW OPEN.
To apply, click the QR code below.
Or scan the code below to access the form on a phone or tablet.
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE
ON Fri, 6th August OR earlier, when the limit is reached.
Children who are not in Catholic schools must first complete the Walk With Me programme
We no longer use paper forms for registration.
You will be asked to enter your child’s Baptism details on the registration form. Please have these handy.
You must submit a copy of your child’s Baptism certificate to complete your registration – details on the form.
WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT REGISTRATION BY EMAIL.
When registering for Sacramental programmes, please ensure your parish registration is updated with your current address and other details. You may update your details by contacting the parish administrator.
Please note that the Parish catechist remains partially furloughed and will be working minimal hours. Email responses will be delayed.
Please find links to online resources to keep your children engaged in the Sunday Liturgy and for Daily Prayers on the ‘Children’s Liturgy’ page. Links to basic prayers are attached below.
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
The Sacrament of the Eucharist is one of the seven Sacraments of the Church. It is the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of our Saviour Jesus Christ. It is the gift of Christ Himself that we may share His Body and always remember the sacrifice of the Cross.
The First Holy Communion preparation course is for children in Year 3 or above. The course runs from September to May.
Children who are not in Catholic schools must first complete the Walk With Me programme before applying for First Holy Communion preparation. Please visit the Walk With Me page for further details.
Registration for 2021-22 is now open.
If you have any questions please email Lionel: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basic prayers that every child should know, especially those on the First Communion programme or planning to receive their First Communion.