The celebration of the Eucharist is at the heart of Christian life. Since its institution at the Last Supper, the Church has been entrusted with the memorial of Christ’s sacrifice and resurrection until he comes again. By active and wholehearted participation in the Mass, faith is nourished and strengthened.
The Eucharist is one of the seven sacraments of the Church. It is the summit of the Church’s activity and the source of grace for Christian living. In the Eucharist the Church is instructed by the Word of God and nourished at the table of the Lord so that all are drawn into closer union with God and each other.
In our Parish children in Year 3 or older prepare and receive their First Eucharist in Term 4 of the school year. This year due to COVID-19 we are having a Fallow Year.
If you would like Further Information please contact the Parish Office on P 4973 6859 9am -2pm Weekdays or E .