Weekly Assembly for w/b 27th April 2020This week's assembly invites us to think about how we can meet with Jesus through Mass. We travel on the Road to Emmaus to discover the moment Jesus' Disciples met with him for the first time since his resurrection. Click on the link to find out more.
Weekly Assembly for w/b 4th May 2020'Living Your Best Life.' In this week's assembly, we think about how knowing Jesus can change our lives as we listen to the Gospel story of 'The Good Shepherd.'
Weekly Assembly for w/b 11th May 2020In this week’s Gospel, the disciples were looking for God the Father. Little did they realise that God was standing right in front of them in human form, through the person of Jesus. This assembly helps children to relate to God on a personal level through the person of Jesus Christ.
Weekly Assembly for w/b 18th May 2020We are drawing near to the Ascension when Jesus returned to Heaven, and in this week’s assembly we invite children to imagine how the disciples might have felt at losing Jesus again. However, Jesus has reassuring news: He will never leave us, and He has sent a helper to be with us forever.
Weekly Assembly for w/b 1st June 2020This week we celebrate Pentecost, when the disciples received Jesus’ promised gift of the Holy Spirit, who strengthened them and helped them to be like Jesus. Through the story of a girl who is helped in various tasks, this week’s assembly invites children to consider how the Holy Spirit can help them to be like Jesus too!
Weekly Assembly for w/b 8th June 2020The Trinity is one of the richest concepts to help us grow in relationship with God, but it is also one of the most difficult to understand. In this assembly, we follow the lead of St Patrick who used the shamrock (a three-leafed clover) to help people understand the Trinity and grow in a loving relationship with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
Weekly Assembly for w/b 15th June 2020This week is Corpus Christi, where we celebrate the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. Through the lyrics of the communion song ‘Bread of Life’ and an imaginative reflection, children will explore how Jesus is living bread from Heaven which feeds not just their bodies, but their souls too.