How to receive the Sacraments at our church.

‘Faith is nourished and grows in the grace-filled encounter with the Risen Lord which takes place in the sacraments.’ Pope Benedict XVI




Baptism is a christian’s first step to becoming a member of the body of Christ - His Church.

At St. James and All Souls, we are always excited to be a part of this journey and have a very supportive team who would be thrilled to be with you through the process. To speak to a member of the team, kindly complete the form and we will be in touch.

First Holy Communion

Receiving the Eucharist is the hallmark of our Christian and Catholic faith as it is the real Body and Blood of Christ. Just as in Luke 22:19, Jesus’ message to ‘’ do this in memory of Me’’ is reincarnated in this Sacrament.

We currently run periodic sacramental classes both at our parish and its schools for intending communicants. To begin this wonderful journey or for help with any any enquiries you may have, complete this form below.

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Our comforter, the Holy Spirit has been promised to us and was given to the first Apostles at Pentecost.

We too have the opportunity to experience our own Pentecost during which we receive the Holy Spirit to empower us to become a Light to the world around us. To commence this process, complete the form below


Confession is a powerful experience of God's forgiveness, through which God sets us free from the sins and mistakes of our past. Through the ministry of the priest, we are given a new start. You can speak to the priest in complete confidence because the Church maintains that what is spoken in confession can never be shared elsewhere, that these conversations are sacred and sealed. Our confessions take place on Saturdays, 11:00 - 11:50.
Come and be set free.

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Holy Matrimony

God's love for man is richly replicated in marriage. Just as was said in Gen 2:24 and in Matthew 19:5; "a man shall leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two would become one flesh", marriage makes us co-creators where we share God's love and bring forth life within the family. 

We would be excited to be a part of your marriage process and guide you through this life changing Sacrament, right through to your nuptial Mass. For any enquiries, complete the form below and we would be in touch.


The Catholic priest is a mediator between God and man and follows from the Order of Melchizedek. Just as God called Samuel in 1 Samuel 3:4-10, we all are called in our own different ways to the service of God and His Church. This is a life transforming experience with boundless rewards. 

To receive guidance with listening to this call to vocation or enquiries about the priesthood or becoming a priest, do get in touch and we would be happy to help.

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Anointing of the Sick

If you are going into hospital for a major operation or know a loved one who is seriously ill at this time and would benefit from the beautiful Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, please contact Fr Frankie.