First Holy Communion Registration Form
The next First Holy Communion (FHC) programme starts in the autumn. Some outings may be part of the course. Requirements for inclusion in the FHC programme at the Church of Our Lady (OL) are:
- the child must be in Year 3 this coming Academic year 2018/19
- OL must be the child’s regular place of worship
If one or both prerequisites are not complied, please have a word with Fr Jeff or Margaret Wickware.
The form can be downloaded from here: FHC Registration Form 2018-19. Please complete it and hand it in or post it to the parish office ASAP but no later than 16thJuly, so to help us plan for the course.
Once the forms are returned, we will e-mail further details.
Request a copy of a sacramental record
From time to time, many people find it necessary to request a copy of a certificate of Baptism, or a record of their Confirmation or Marriage in church. Most commonly, this will be in connection with a marriage, or a school application.
The Data Protection restricts access to our Sacramental registers and the information they contain.
Consequently all requests for certificates must be made:
- made in writing and signed by the applicant
- made by one of those named in the register – for instance, the person who was baptised, or, in the case of someone still under the age of 16, their parent or guardian.
Consequently we are unable to accept requests for certificates by phone or email.
The application form for a certificate can be downloaded here. Please complete it and then post it, with cheque, to the address provided.
Letter of Freedom and permission to marry outside of this parish
In most cases those preparing for marriage no longer need to obtain Letters of Freedom, because they will instead complete a Statutory Declaration of Freedom, which should then be witnessed by a solicitor.
However if you need a Letter of Freedom please download the Letter of Freedom Request form and post it to the address provided. Please use this same form to obtain a Letter of Permission to Marry outside of your parish of residence. (NB You will only need to do this if you live in the parish of St Johns Wood, are marrying outside the parish, and your marriage papers are prepared outside of the parish also.)