Masses will continue to be livestreamed on our Facebook page

Sunday Mass at 9:15am

Weekday Masses: Wednesday and Friday at 9:30am

Eucharistic Adoration: 7:30pm on Friday

While we are unable to physically receive the body and blood of Christ in Holy Communion during this crisis, you can make an act of Spiritual Communion.  Click here to find out more.

Attending a Mass at Church

Currently the maximum attendance allowed in our church is 115 people.

During these uncertain times we want to encourage each person to most importantly look after themselves, and to also consider other parishioners.

We therefore strongly urge parishioners who are at risk eg the very elderly and those with compromised immune or respiratory systems to NOT attend Church.  Also if you are unwell with a sore throat, cough or cold please also remain at home and return to Church when you are feeling better.

Registering for Mass

Everyone attending Mass or any other church service must register their attendance before entering the church.

There are three options:

  1. Use the QR Code system. Using your mobile phone, simply scan the QR code, complete the ‘Service NSW’ app process, and show the Church Usher the approval on your phone.

  2. Become a Regular. Contact the Parish Office to add your name to our Regular Mass Attendees list. When you arrive at Church you will have to mark your name(s) off on the list located near the front door.

  3. Sign-in Sheet. As you arrive at church, please record your name and contact number on the sheet located near the front door.

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.