A family centered, Parish based, school and Catechist supported

journey to grow with Christ and His Church.


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CHILDREN'S LITURGY

An engaging session exploring the current weeks liturgy messages with playful activities; such as drawing, dancing, singing and discussion that children can understand and get involved in.

Available most weeks at the 9:30am Mass on Sunday (when permitted) and also available online for you and your children to share and grow your faith together.

Connecting young people through friendship and faith the Youth Matters group is run by the youth for the youth. check out their website HERE.




SACRAMENTAL PROGRAM

CATECHETICS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS

For those children in the community not attending one of our St John Bosco schools we deliver scripture classes throughout our local public schools. Our sacramental program is open to all. Check out the links below to learn more about what's involved.

Strong and confident in your faith, want to share it with others, why not join our team as a teacher or assistant. Contact our Parish Coordinator Liz Payne at keles@ozemail.com.au

FAMILY MASS

This mass is focused on families who are invited to participate via readings, plays, songs, processions, serving, prayers and more.

We have an optional practice on the Friday morning (8am) before the mass for those who wish to practice.

Family Mass is scheduled for the following dates:

Families come in all shapes and sizes, all are welcome to attend the Family Mass.

Our hope for the Family Mass is a chance for families to grow in their faith together, supporting and encouraging each other in their individual faith journeys.

Tracy Richardson is our Primary school Family Educator. Email her if you have any questions:

tracey.richardson@syd.catholic.edu.au

other groups

Check out our Parish Groups page for more information on youth groups we are involved in.

The Cagliero Project gives young Australians an opportunity to devote six to twelve months in volunteer service to youth overseas and in Australia