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Here you can find guidance and information on:

Communion by Extension and Home Communion - Communion by Extension is a public service in a church building, which is offered when there is a strong pastoral need for the church community to share in communion and a priest is not available. Home Communion (also known as Sick Communion) is part of a church community’s regular pattern of pastoral care in which authorised or licensed lay or ordained ministers take communion to individuals in their homes.

Eucharistic Assistants - those who assist the minister in the distribution of the bread and wine at Holy Communion.

Admission of Children to Communion - Parishes are able to ask the Bishop of Manchester’s permission to admit children to Communion before they have been Confirmed

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