Children's liturgy Christ the King

Children

Welcome to our page for children. We also have a separate page for young people.

The Kid’s Bulletin is a fun way for Catholic kids to learn about the Faith each week.

Divine Renovation UK hosts webinar on children’s ministry onlineTuesday 14th July at 3pm

“We know that many parishes don’t want to forget their youngest parishioners – children! – during this time when Children’s Liturgy and other children’s offerings cannot happen. In this webinar, we want to highlight some of the most exciting ways that parishes have engaged children online. ” See more

Live Streaming from Walsingham House a Year 6 Leavers’ Mass at 10am on Wednesday 22nd July (the last day of term in most schools)

Our 2020 Year 6 pupils have had a “rollercoaster” year – from mid March everything changed, and although many are now back at school, it is a very different type of school experience! See more

The Mass will be pitched for the age group in terms of music and readings, etc. The words of the hymns will be on the screen, so that children can join in from their school hall, or even from home. Our young team will read the reading.

Children’s liturgy from CAFOD

The following excerpt is from the Diocese of Brentwood’s website

CAFOD has downloadable children’s liturgy resources available for most Sundays throughout the year. While groups are unable to meet in parishes, CAFOD is offering a virtual children liturgy of the word at 10am on Sundays as a webinar.

Parents and children are encouraged to join CAFOD online for prayers and reflection each Sunday during the lockdown. The liturgy is being led by catechists who would usually be leading children’s liturgy in their parish and is based on the CAFOD children’s liturgy resources.

The link to register is: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5095942131288155403

Emotional and mental health needs

The particular emotional and mental health needs of children should not be overlooked and Brentwood Catholic Children’s Society continues to provide vital support in these areas. Visit https://www.bccs.org.uk/who-we-are/coronavirus-update

See other support