Sacramental Preparation

A Sacrament is an efficacious sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is given to us. Full and active participation in the sacramental life of the Church requires a period of preparation of both mind and heart to be receptive to the grace of new life in Christ.

Please contact the Parish Office for further information.

If you wish to have your child baptized please contact one of the priests at the parish to arrange a date and time. Click here for a baptismal form.

chaliceFirst Holy Communion
If you would like your child to receive First Holy Communion please contact Reception at the priory – 020 7937 9866. Preparation classes are held every Sunday morning during school terms.

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)

This programme is for:

  • Adults who wish to be baptized;
  • Adult Catholics who are baptized but who have not received First Communion and/or Confirmation;
  • Members of other Christian Churches who wish to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church.
  • The programme runs from October until Easter. If you would like to take part in the RCIA programme please contact Fr Anthony Parsons O.C.D..
  • Further Information

To enrol for the Confirmation programme please contact Fr Anthony Parsons O.C.D..
Classes are held on Sunday afternoons during school terms.

If you are resident in the parish and are planning to get married please contact one of the priests to arrange for marriage preparation and for your marriage documents to be processed.
If your marriage is outside the parish please allow extra time for the documents to be sent to the parish where you will be married.

Sacrament of the Sick
If you would like to receive the Sacrament of the Sick please contact Fr John Hughes O.C.D. at 0207 937 9866

Please contact one of the priests to arrange the funeral service.
Contact number for priests of the parish is: 020 7937 9866

Home visits for the Sick 
If you would like a visit or know of someone who would like a home visit please contact Fr John Hughes O.C.D. at 020 7937 9866

Hospital Visits
If you are going into hospital of if you have a family member who is in hospital and would like priest to visit please contact one of the priests.

If you go into hospital….. it is important that you state your religion on admission and that you wish your details to be passed to the Roman Catholic Chaplain for the hospital. Under current legislation you will not be visited by the RC Chaplain unless you specifically request this. (If patient is too ill, a member of the family must make the request).