Book a place in one of our Masses
We now have the opportunity to join in the celebration of Mass in person. However, because of restrictions due to COVID-19, attendance is limited to 10 people in the church, and 10 people in the Parish Centre Hall, where the Mass will be streamed live. We also have extra Masses during the week.
The new Mass schedule is as follows:
Saturday Vigil at 5pm
Sunday at 9:15am and 6pm
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30pm
Wednesday and Friday at 9:30am
It would be good if we could give all our parishioners a chance to attend one Mass in person over the next 4 weeks. Therefore, please book for one Mass only at this time.
We want to continue to look after each other, and encourage you to look after yourselves during these uncertain times. Therefore,
We strongly urge parishioners who are at-risk (e.g. the very elderly, those with any symptoms, those with compromised immune or respiratory systems) NOT to attend.
Also, if you are currently unwell (including coughing or sneezing), please consider attending Mass in the LATER weeks.
If you are interested in helping out at any of these Masses, please get in touch with the Parish Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and God bless!
Please SELECT A DATE
The name of EVERY individual who will be attending, including children, needs to be registered.
In order for our church to be open for religious worship during this time of pandemic, the government requires the collection of your name and contact details (including your telephone number) in order to contain the spread of COVID-19. If someone in attendance contracts the virus, NSW Health will be able to notify you so you can take appropriate measures. These details will be retained for four (4) weeks and then destroyed unless a formal request is received beforehand from the Chief Health Officer.
If you have already attended one of our Masses in person but would like to come again, please check for places on the day of the Mass and REGISTER before you come. Registrations close one hour before Mass starts.