Come unto me little children by William H Johnson
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2020-2021 there will be an Information Evening on Tuesday July 21st 8pm
– scroll down the page for more details and how to take part in the Zoom meeting
picture created by the children at St Peter’s School
CHILDREN’S LITURGY ONLINE
Children’s Liturgy online is very much up and running now. We look forward to seeing you all again at 9:30am this Sunday. It’s not too late to register! Come and join us to pray, sing, listen and discuss the Gospel.
The sessions take place at 9:30am – 9:50am on Sundays, so you are then free to join in with the 10am live streamed Mass if you wish.
To make the sessions as secure as possible, you will need to pre-register:
You will then receive an email with an individual ID (please don’t share this with anyone) and a few safeguarding reminders.
See lower down this page for general links to more resources.
We’d love to see any colouring or pictures your children produce, inspired by the Mass: please send them in here or via our Facebook page so we can share them with parishioners and others – everyone loves to see them!
Also from the Facebook page – Fr Mark every week gives shoutouts during the 10 am Mass to anyone who asks – just put your name down there.
Gallery from the ‘sparrows’ Gospel:
Artwork for Corpus Christi:
Artwork from previous weeks:
‘We talked about how important love was, how God is love, how Jesus loved us by dying on the cross and rising again for us, and the greatest commandment which encompasses all the others – to love God and others as He has loved us.’
The children followed in the footsteps of Jesus:
For the current group, we are now part way through the remaining sessions (which are going well).
Meanwhile, for FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 2020-2021 there will be an
Information Evening on Tuesday July 21st 8pm.
This is for next year’s programme, for families with children who are currently in school Year 3 or
above. It will take place on the Zoom platform, and will be
a chance to hear about the programme, an opportunity to ask any questions you may
have, and to indicate if you would like the registration pack sent to you.
If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details of how
to join the meeting via Zoom. We look forward to seeing you there.
Bishop Philip says: “After consultation and considering the various options, I have decided the best thing for us to do in the present circumstances is to postpone all the Confirmations planned for this year, 2020, until next year, 2021. This means that those planning Confirmations for 2021 will be asked to wait until 2022. I am sorry that this will be disappointing for many, but it seemed easiest in terms of preparations, catechesis and all the arrangements. I am going to send a Letter to the candidates explaining the situation but encouraging them to look forward to receiving this Sacrament in a year’s time.”
This is a daily podcast for children – their website is here , and you can easily find the podcasts on YouTube. It’s a Ten Commandments summer session (one commandment per week). The podcasts are around 8 – 10 minutes and aimed at approximately ages 6 – 11.
There’s always a quiz, a video, a colouring page and various other useful items on this page. When you sign up it goes to your email each Friday, ready for the Sunday.
Magnificat for Children – Magnifikid Link
Magnifikid Link – this is the US version of Magnificat but it’s free online at this time and the children’s version Magnifikid has a simplified Mass, reflection on the readings and various other reflective pieces and activities
Cafod Virtual Children’s Liturgy
There is a Cafod Virtual Children’s Liturgy at 10am every Sunday. You can sign up here.
Sunday Mass Colouring Sheets and Worksheets
Click here to find some good sheets to reinforce the Sunday Gospel Message.