Baptism is the sacrament by which God adopts us as His children and makes us members of Christ’s Body, the Church, and inheritors of the Kingdom of God. For information on baptism, please click here to download the file.
Any baptized person in the Diocese who is at least six years of age, has been brought up in a Christian environment, received basic instruction and exhibits insight to the significance of the Sacrament can be admitted to communion. To find our more about admission to communion, please click here to download the file.
Admission to communion
Confirmation is a public statement of your personal belief and trust in God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Committed members of the church who are sixteen years and older, who are baptized, desire to be confirmed, and who are adequately prepared may be confirmed. To find our more about confirmation, please click here to download the file.
For a Christian death is only a stage in our journey towards the fullness of eternal life with our risen Lord Jesus Christ. To find our guide to help you prepare for the funeral and what arrangements need doing, please click here to download the file.