BIBLE Study &

Scripture always has played an important role in the prayer life of the Catholics.  Ordinary Catholics are exposed to Scripture through the Readings and Gospels of Holy Mass. This group meets weekly (Thursdays 7:30pm) in the Narthex to study and discuss the Bible in greater detail.

Contact: George Lucky


Each Sunday a Children's Liturgy of the Word is offered at the 10am mass. Each week we look at the weekly Gospel, offering the children insights and a message from the Gospel. The children (1 - 9 years old) are encouraged to do small activities, sing songs and help with the offertory. The group has become a great way for both children and parents to connect. We encourage children and any volunteers to come and join us in the Narthex on Sunday.

Contact: Jane Gould


The parish offers sacramental classes for children attending non-Catholic schools in preparation for receiving the Sacraments of Reconciliation (Year 3 or above), Holy Communion (Year 4 or above) and Confirmation (Year 6 or above). The classes usually take place on Saturday afternoons in the Narthex for 1 hour and are run during the school term for 7-10 weeks (depending on term dates). 

Contact: Jacinta Joy

(Infant) Baptism 

Through the waters of Baptism the child enters into the life of God - Father, Son and Spirit. The child is dedicated to God and all that is good. Parents and Godparents have important responsibilities in the formation of the growing child. 
Baptism is offered in 3 parts:
- A preparation evening for parents and godparents is usually held on the 2nd Thursday of each month. 
- A welcoming mass is held at the 10am mass on the 1st Sunday of each month.
- The baptism is on the 2nd Sunday of each month after the 10am mass. 
We aim to make the baptism, a meaningful beginning to your child's faith journey.

Registration is required. Please contact the parish office for any other information.

Contact: Rudy Vail, Maureen Mardy


The library has a wide collection of Catholic books and is a useful resource for those wanting to understand more about the Catholic faith and her traditions.

Contact: Anne Tilley


The Men's Group meets on the last Monday of each month in the Narthex at 7.30pm. The group invites all men of the parish to attend. Each meeting consists of a guest speaker and a discussion afterwards. Supper is provided. Come along and learn more about your faith.

Contact: John Tilley


Mothers Prayers' was launched in England in 1995 by two grandmothers, Veronica and Sandra. Through prayer they learned that Jesus wishes all mothers to surrender their children into His care, to take away pain from the mothers and to pour blessings on their children. Mothers Prayers' has spread throughout the world. Mothers Prayers' currently meets twice a week in the Narthex (Mon 7pm, Tue 10am).

Contact: Parish Office


The statue of Our Lady of Fatima is delivered to the home of a parishioner. It stays there for a week. The rosary is prayed daily. The statue is thereafter delivered by that person to the next parishioner, as indicated on a roster.

Contact: Jillian Reynolds


The group meets every Wednesday evening (7:30pm to 9:30am) to pray the Rosary, the Divine Mercy Chaplet and for Praise and Worship.

Contact: Andrew Kayser


Anyone interested in the Catholic Faith is introduced to its beliefs and traditions. It is usually a 9 month journey, climaxing in the Baptism of the candidate at the Easter Vigil Service.

Contact: Rudy Vail


The Youth Group provides parish youths with an opportunity to come together as a group to enjoy areas of interest to them: social events, sports, music, choir, faith formation and the like.

Contact: Parish Office