Our Beliefs

We believe that Jesus is the Son of God, and that his teachings and ministries are a blueprint for a loving and fulfilling life. Through prayer, we come into a closer relationship with God. We believe that worshipping together strengthens our faith as we share prayer, hymns and scripture.

Sacraments are vital in sustaining our relationship with God. Every Sunday there is the sacrament of Holy Communion, where we obey the teaching of Christ to partake of the bread and wine that represent his body and blood given for us.

Baptism is usually--but not always--administered to babies. Not baptised? This can easily be arranged by talking with our priest. Because vows were made for children too young to comprehend, the sacrament of confirmation restates the baptismal promises. Recently we had nine confirmands--ranging in age from teens to octogenarians!