Our Church and Parish
Our Relationship with our Church and Parish
We are extremely fortunate to be situated next door to our parish church of Christ the King. This means that we can attend Mass each week and also that Fr Thé, Deacon Gary and the Sisters Minor of St. Francis are able to visit us regularly at school.
We are very proud of our close relationship with our parish and look forward to our half-termly School Parish Masses (led by the children of Christ the King), which are extremely well attended.
We particularly enjoy our annual Masses on the feast of Christ the King and our Commitment Mass, where the Year 3 and Year 6 children who are preparing to receive Sacraments that year make prayer cards which parishioners then take to pray for a particular child on their journey of faith.
On the Sunday after the Year 3 children have received the Sacrament of the Eucharist, many of the children come to Mass dressed in their Communion outfits and lead the parish May Procession. Children scatter rose petals on Conker Island and a child is chosen to crown a statue of Our Lady.
Many members of our school choir and our altar servers also attend Mass at Christ the King on Sundays and members of staff from our school support the Children’s Liturgy group.
Our parish priest, Fr Thé
You are welcome to join us for weekly School Masses at 9am in Church.
Weekend "Sunday" Masses: 12.30 pm Saturday (Vigil Mass) and 10.00 am on Sunday Morning.
The Sunday Morning Mass has a Children's Liturgy.
For more detailed overview is available through the parish newsletter on the Christ the King Parish Website.
Pastoral / Sacramental Enquiries
If you would like your child to be baptised, looking to get married or would like further information on Sacramental preparation, please contact on: 0121 373 0988.
Warren Farm Road
Telephone Number: 0121 373 0988
Fr. Thé - email@example.com
Parish Deacon: Rev Mr Gary O'Brien
Sisters Minor of St Francis Sr Irene, Sr Michela, Sr Miriam 192 Hawthorn Rd - 0121 350 0716
New Heights: 0121 386 4345
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