Faith in Practice

Faith is an important part of the All Saints community.  It goes beyond religious education in the classroom and includes the following activities.


Family masses

Family Masses are a celebration of the All Saints community.  They are celebrated on the second Sunday of the month in each school term at the Seaford Ecumenical Mission (SEM) at 10.45am (but not during school holidays).

Our children are involved in Mass in many ways:

  • Leadership - each month, different year levels are invited to host the Mass.
  • Participation - this may include reading, processing or singing.

All families are welcome to participate in Mass and we encourage you to join us.

Weekly Parish Masses

Weekday Mass is celebrated each Wednesday morning at 9.15am at the SEM centre. Each year level celebrates Mass four times a year and they are rostered to participate in the readings, prayers and singing.

All are welcome to attend Mass followed by some refreshments after Mass.

Whole School Masses

Whole School Masses are a gathering of the whole community in prayer.

All Saints hosts four whole school celebrations per year:

  • the Welcome Mass
  • the Ash Wednesday Mass
  • the Resurrection Mass
  • the Feast of the Assumption of Mary
  • the Feast day of All Saints

The Easter celebrations, such as the Resurrection Mass, change according to the Church calendar and the dates vary from year to year.

Whole School Liturgies

Whole School Liturgies are prayers for a special focus. We come together as a faith community to pray for those in need of care and attention.  These liturgies include:

  • Holy Week - Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday & Good Friday
  • End of Year Liturgy
  • Remembrance Day

Sacramental program

All Saints coordinates the Sacramental program with the Parish of Seaford-Noarlunga for enrolled families.

The Sacraments are:

  • Baptism
    Baptism is available in consultation with Fr Charles Gauci, the parish priest. 
  • Reconciliation
  • Confirmation
    Confirmation is celebrated before First Communion at St Luke’s Church, Noarlunga with the Archbishop. It is the Rite of Confirmation without Mass.
  • First Eucharist
    First Eucharist is celebrated at a weekend Mass at SEM.

Children's readiness and preparation for Reconciliation, Confirmation and First Eucharist is decided by families in conjunction with the Assistant Principal - Religious Identity & Mission (APRIM).

The Sacraments follow a program that includes some after-school workshops and children are supported in the program by added instruction in class.

Please complete the appropriate form (below) if you would like more information on the Sacraments of Initiation.

 Sacrament Program Information & Application form 2017-2018.pdf