Being a children’s liturgy presenter… could this be for you?

As a Children’s Liturgy Live! presenter you will help the youngest members of our church stay connected to their faith and the message of love for our neighbours both near and far.

Whether you are a marvelous musician, an excellent explainer or a fab facilitator we will welcome your skills and we will get you involved in whatever way you feel comfortable.

We are always looking for ways to improve the liturgy and we’d love to hear and incorporate your ideas.

The Children’s Liturgy Live! session takes place online at 10 am every Sunday for as long as churches in England and Wales are closed due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

As a presenter, you don’t need to be involved every Sunday but on the day you are helping you would need to be online from 9:30 am to check your sound and video is working. You will need a working internet connection and a device with working microphone and camera.

We will:

  • Share the CAFOD session outline with you and invite you to help plan how we present it to the children
  • Invite you to a practice run through of the session during the week before you help
  • Help and guide you through using the presenting software (it’s pretty straightforward!)

If you’re interested, fill in your details here and we will be in touch for a chat.

Jo Kitterick, CAFOD’s Head of Fundraising and Participation, said:

“Online sessions give families an opportunity to celebrate their faith in a way that is familiar at a time when we are being challenged and asked to do things so differently.

“During these tough times, it is so wonderful to be able to reach out to each other and to those who are feeling physically distant from the ones they love and their traditional places of worship – and virtually come together as a community and Catholic family.”

Take a look at our Children’s Liturgy Live page


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