Children’s Liturgy

Please keep checking out this webpage whilst we are not able to meet.

Who are we and why can’t I see my friends?

We are a group of children who usually meet during our 10am Sunday Mass.

Unfortunatly Children’s liturgy can not meet each week during the colder winter months because we want to make sure all our friends are safe including our leaders.

The good news is when the colds, viruses have gone, our leader says we will have a big hello and make a special something for the church we can use.

Dont forget when we are back age is never a problem, because we range from being a baby to secondary school friends. We listen to the Gospel reading and talk about it in a language we understand for being the ages we are. The best thing is we try and make a craft before we are welcomed back into Mass, after the prayers where we think of others.

Within 20 minutes of meeting our friends, we have listened to the story of Jesus, made something to show our family and even get a sticker for attending.

Don’t worry if you’re nervous, you can bring someone with you, may be mum, dad, brother, sister, grandparent, or a friend.

In the meantime so we continue to learn and have fun take a little look at the activity page and a song we can sing or dance to. See you soon.

Prayer: Dear Lord, I pray we all look after each other, as Jesus looks after us. I pray for family and friends, and for our parish we continue to serve. Lord I pray for this world of many challenges, and needing to do things differently to what we would prefer. Lord Jesus I know we are not alone and you are with us. We may not see but we know you will be holding our hands carrying us with your love. Amen

God bless Fiona

Christ The King

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Feast of All Saints

When you have viewed these two Youtube films you may want to know more in how does Halloween link to all Saints? If you would like a little more understanding in a way Lego characters tells it, please check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy66_pgeORA&t=3s
It may be a little scary for very young children so please view first.
A little back ground to All saints Day which is celebrated across the world in all Christian faiths

Weekly Gospel Reading and activities sheet

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A

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Previous weekly songs to sing and dance too.

This is one of my favourites I thought I would share with you. 🙂
Sing along
I think you will all like this tune and the actions which go with it.