First Holy Communion
Registration

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First Holy Communion
Registration

Registration for our First Holy Communion Programme 2022-2023 is open until Wednesday 3rd August 2022.

Our First Holy Communion preparation is for children in years 3, 4 or 5 (in September 2022). You must be a Parishioner of Saint Benedict’s Parish. We simply aren’t able to accommodate families outside of the Parish, due to numbers. Your local Parish will be delighted to have you prepare with them. If you are unsure which Parish is your local one, you can email us (formation@ealingabbey.org.uk)

For registering at Saint Benedict’s – click on the Green Square below which says “Registration.”

Note – when you’re filling in the online form, make sure you go through all the pages by clicking next (otherwise we won’t receive your form).

We have a fee of £70 to cover the costs of the preparation. If you haven’t already contributed, please do so. Below you will find a Yellow Square which says “£70 Contribution”, just click on that to make the contribution. The contributions cover the digitalisation of the preparation, the Catechetical Coordinator, the First Holy Communion Masses with the music and print outs etc., the Family Prayer Events we have as part of the programme etc. 

Sometimes parents want to contribute a little more to help our Catechetical team do even more to reach others. If you feel called to do this then you can get in touch – formation@ealingabbey.org.uk

If you would like to speak to us about our bursaries please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can send an email to our Catechetical Coordinator – formation@ealingabbey.org.uk 

Registration

Registration has now closed for this year.

£70 Contribution

To make your contribution by card please click on the icon above

FHC Dates

Coming soon (we will email you these when ready)

Family Area

Check out our Family Area for help to prepare for Sunday Mass

"There is only one thing God does not know. He does not how he could give us a gift greater than himself –and he has given us the gift of himself as bread in the Holy Eucharist.”
St Augustine
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