We recognise that in baptism we are made members of God’s family, and take our place within the Church.

The Eucharist (Holy Communion or Mass) is central to our worship at St Peter and St Pauls, and reminds us of the last supper when Jesus broke bread and shared wine with his disciples.

So it is right and good that all those who are members of God’s family through baptism should receive the Sacrament (the bread and wine of the Eucharist). At St Peter and St Pauls we are glad to welcome children to communion after a period of preparation – classes take place annually in June, for more information, please speak to the vicar.