Children may be received as communicant members of the Church in the ceremony of Admission to Holy Communion. This is usually initiated by the child asking to be included at Communion, and does not usually take place until the child reaches six years.

The child is invariably part of the worshipping community and regularly attends worship with their family, school or other organisation (such as a choir).

The admission ceremony takes place after a period of instruction, and is conducted by a priest (in the Cathedral, this is normally the Dean) during the 10.00am Sunday Eucharist, as required.

Children may be received as communicant members of the Church in the ceremony of Admission to Holy Communion. This is usually initiated by the child asking to be included at Communion, and does not usually take place until the child reaches six years.

The child is invariably part of the worshipping community and regularly attends worship with their family, school or other organisation (such as a choir).

The admission ceremony takes place after a period of instruction, and is conducted by a priest (in the Cathedral, this is normally the Dean) during the 10.00am Sunday Eucharist, as required.