St Wilfrid's Children's Liturgy
For our younger congregation, we encourage the children to be involved in our children’s liturgy during the mass. We have a very diverse community at St Wilfrid's with many nationalities: Polish, Romanian, Indian, African,Filipino… No matter what school they go to or what age they are, everyone is made welcome and new friendships are made with the children and their families as a whole.
We have a brand new church, designed to be child friendly and have good all round vision for the mass. One of the younger members of our congregation has said, and I quote: "the new church feels like someone is giving you a big hug".
Children of all ages are welcome, as well as any parents. For those of the older children who have done their First Holy Communion and would like to take part in the mass, there are opportunities to help Fr Rory on the altar, by becoming altar servers. It does not matter if you are a boy or girl, 7 years old or above, everyone is welcome.
If you have any queries please contact Annette Wake, or if you would like to become involved in teaching and guiding the children in their faith - help is always appreciated.
St Wilfrid's 1st Holy Communion Lessons: The next lesson will take place in St Wilfrid's Church Hall, on Friday 7th December at 6.30pm
There will be a box in the porch for all donations for the Hailsham Foodbank, you can find a list in the porch - tins, packaged soup, etc... Thank you.
Rehearsal for Nativity Mime on Saturday 22nd December. 10 am – 11.30 am, parents can drop the children off and collect later.
Nativity Mime – Christmas Eve 24th December at the 5.30pm mass