John 13:34

love one another as I have loved you

John 13:34

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Saturday, January 2, 2021

New Covid-19 Restrictions for Churches

Dear All,

I just posted the email of Philip Dean a member of our Parish Leadership Team about the New Covid Restrictions. 

With the New Restriction from the NSW Health is that for weddings, funerals or places of worship, there will be maximum of 100 people allowed and the four-square metre rule will apply.  Our church can cater for 100 people so you need to register online or ring the Parish Office (for the elderly people only).  From midnight tonight the wearing of masks is mandatory with a $200 fine person and children under 12 are exempt.  There is however a grace period until Monday.  So you need to bring your own mask.   I believe that the celebrant and the Lectors can read without a mask. 

 

Best Regards,

 

Fr John Ho

PARISH PRIEST

NEW COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS FOR CHURCHES

NEW COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS FOR CHURCHES

 

Dear team

Happy new year and praying for a great 2021.

 

From midnight tonight the wearing of masks is mandatory with a $200 fine per person and children under 12 are exempt. There is however a grace period until Monday.

 

Flor can you please advise the marshals.

 

We will also need a note in the bulletin and on the website. We may need some masks for the ministers eg musicians and singers until further clarification.

 

Note this also applies to weddings and funerals.

 

God bless you all

Philip Dean

Sunday, December 20, 2020

Christmas Mass Times

 

 

ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST CHRISTMAS MASS TIMES

  • Christmas Vigil under the School Cola 6.00pm
  • Christmas Vigil in the Church 8.00pm
  • Samoan Christmas Vigil 10.00pm
  • Christmas Midnight
  • Christmas Day 8.00am & 10.00am

 

RECONCILIATION FOR CHRISTMAS

From Monday to Wednesday after 9.30am Mass

Tap Card

You may have noticed a new addition in the Church Entrance.

 

It’s a Donation Point Tap device and will enable us to quickly accept cashless donations. The device is aimed at enabling people to donate to our parish by using a debit or credit card.

 

This will enable parishioners and visitors to donate to the parish easily without cash – as many people nowadays don’t always carry cash.

 

The Donation Point Tap device processes a set donation of $10.00 and donors simply tap their Visa card or MasterCard to make a donation. It is fully secure and the screen will show if the card donation has been successful.

 

Your card must be held on the device to make a donation – it cannot read card details from your wallet or bag as you walk past and the device makes a loud beep sound when you hold your card on it.

 

Thank you for your ongoing support of the parish.