First Holy Communion

Catholics believe the sacrament of the Eucharist, or Holy Communion, is both a sacrifice and a sacred meal. We believe in the real presence of Jesus, who died for our sins. This sacrament is the source of great graces that sanctify us and help us grow in the likeness of Jesus Christ. As we receive Christ’s Body and Blood, we also are nourished spiritually and brought closer to God.

First Communion is a very important and holy day for Catholic children because they receive, for the very first time, the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. By continuing to receive Holy Communion for the rest of their lives, Catholics become one with Christ and are prepared to share in His eternal life.

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September, 22 ( Opening Session)
October, 6, 13, 20
November, 10, 24
December, 1 (Nativity Play), 8
January, 12, 26
February, 2, 9
March, 9, 16,
April, 6
May, 11, 18
June, 8

Also, please note the following dates:

March, 22 – First Confession (time TBA)

Holy Communion Dates:

Group A: June, 14 at 11 am

(rehearsal on Friday, 13 June at 3.30)

Group B: June, 21 at 11am

(Rehearsal on Friday, 20 June at 3.30)


As some of you may ask about ‘Dress Code’ for First Holy Communion here there are some guidelines which we hope will help you in making your choices.

Girls and boys should be smartly dressed to reflect the solemn spiritual and joyous occasion that it is.

This means that:

Jeans, T-shirts and sports shorts or shoes are not appropriate.
White dresses – simple and not dance dresses or ‘fancy dress’ is the order of the day for girls. There should be some sort of sleeve to cover the shoulders. Skirts should be long enough to cover the knee. A veil may be worn but please no princess or ‘fairy’ headdresses and no high heels on the feet or nail varnish on the fingers!
For boys – a suit, white or dark coloured with white shirt with or without a plain tie. Alternatively, formal dark trousers with a formal white shirt. Coloured jackets or waistcoats should not be worn.
Registration Form

Click on the link below to download the registration form for the Holy Communion class;



We need parents to help assisting the catechists during the classes to ensure the safety of our children. If you are available to help you out please contact the administrators by emailing


Thank you in advance!!

NEW – Holy Communion Choir

Follow the link below to read all the details about the Holy Communion Choir