Celebrating the Sacraments

Please find details below of the sacramental programmes in the parish for First Reconciliation & Holy Communion and Confirmation. As well as details for arranging a Baptism, Wedding or Funeral. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time.


3 months notice is required

Parents attend a 3 month baptismal programme prior to the baptism

(Please see the attachment below for further details)

First Reconciliation & Holy Communion2019-06-23T19:17:05+01:00

A one year programme commencing in September at the start of Year 3 for children in Catholic Schools


a two year programme commencing in September at the start of Year 2 for children in non Catholic Schools

Download Parents Promise
Download Consent Form
Download Registration Form
Download Data Protection First Confession Communion 2019

Welcome to our new website, we hope you find it useful and easy to navigate. We also hope to communicate with you through this website. Please note all seven documents need to be downloaded. The following documents will need to be brought to registration evening, filled out in hard copy, on Thursday 3rd January 2019 at St Clare’s 19.00h.

1. Registration Document

2. Data authorisation Document (GDPR)

3. Consent Document

4. Confirmation Dates Document

The remainder pertain to the candidates who need to download them and bring them along on the relevant occasions. The prayer should be used daily by candidate.

Welcome Letter
Registration Form
Confirmation 2019 Dates
Confirmation Authorisation Form
Confirmation Prayer
Enrolment Promise
Consent Form

If you have any queries please email Fr John or any of the Catechists (see welcome letter)


By appointment

6 months notice is required for weddings in the parish,


12 months notice for weddings outside the parish


In the event of the death of a loved one, please let Fr John know so that the name of the deceased can be included in the bidding prayers at daily Mass.

Once a Funeral Director has been appointed, Fr John will see the family of the deceased to organise and plan the funeral service upon communication from the family.