Sacraments are so much more than mere stepping stones, rites of passage, or one-off ceremonies. They are living encounters with God's love that open our lives to being guided, shaped and blessed by the help and grace that comes from God.
When we are baptised, we become a member of God’s family—the family of the Church—hence we are called the Children of God. Baptism is the first of the three Sacraments of Initiation, the others being First Holy Communion and Confirmation. Thus, the three Sacraments stand together, and part of your commitment is to present your child for the other two Sacraments at the appropriate time.
The Church also shares and supports the sincere hope and intention of those couples who freely and maturely promise to live together in an unbreakable covenant in Marriage.
We also ensure that those Sick and Housebound of our Parish Community are visited weekly, and regularly receive the Sacrament of the Eucharist and the Anointing of the Sick. More information can be found by clicking on Parish Life.