Program Overview

St. Anselm Church welcomes all children in second grade or older to register into our First Communion sacrament preparation program. The child must be baptized, or scheduled to be baptized before they can receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and First Communion.

Class Schedule: Coming Soon

The program is made up of two phases, the curriculum-based phase which takes place in the classroom from 9-9:50am and the liturgical phase which includes attending the 10:00AM family mass.

Mass attendance is a requirement of the sacrament preparation class. You can either come onsite or join any zoom mass. 


We use St. Mary’s Press curriculum called “Go Seek Find: Discover God’s Treasures.”

Here is how St. Mary’s Press describes this new curriculum:

Go Seek Find: Discover God’s Treasures is a new sacrament prep program centered on a new approach. Instead of using a traditional textbook or workbook, children interact with and explore The Catholic Children’s Bible, seeing how Scripture relates to the themes they are learning about—in a way they can understand.

Children track their journey through Scripture to their destination of celebrating the Sacraments using colorful treasure maps and stickers. Fun, hands-on activities get them up out of their seats, moving and engaged in what they’re learning.

Announcement: Registration is now open for 2022-2023

Registration Link: click here. 

*Anticipated start date is Sunday September 25th

Registration fee: $250 for one child and $300 for two children

*Need financial assistance, please contact our DRE.

Payment is available through the following options:

1. Send us a check

* Make payable to St. Anselm Church. Include in the MEMO “First Communion Registration.”

*Mail to:

St. Anselm Church

PO Box 1061

Ross, CA 94957

2. Cash: hand in at material pickup/ or mail to us.

A copy of your child’s baptismal certificate should be mailed in with payment in order for your child to be officially registered. 

Contact Information:

Email: (Please put “First Communion” in subject line)