We are an active parish which relies on the volunteers from within to help. Each Ministry is an invitation and an opportunity to serve and to be involved in the Parish community.
Please find listed below a current list of ministries/activities in our Parish. Volunteers with diverse talents are always welcome. Please contact the Parish Office if you would like to become actively involved in one of the ministries below, on 9774 3662 or email@example.com or send us your details via New To Parish page.
Altar Ministers: Acolytes and Senior Servers are men and women who assist the Celebrant during Eucharist Celebrations and preside over communion services on weekdays.
Altar Servers: for children who have made their first holy communion to serve at mass and liturgical services.
Altar Society: decorate the church with floral arrangements as well as cleaning & laundering sacramental items in the Church.
Care Group: volunteers visit and take Communion to local parishioners in their homes and the local aged care facilities.
Catechist Group: A dedicated team of catechists serve our Catholic families in our public schools at Picnic Point and Revesby Primary Schools. Lessons are conducted once per week and training and resources are available.
Choir: musicians and singers for our weekend masses and other celebrations.
Church maintenance: volunteers required to clean the church and maintain the lawns and property.
Communion to the Sick: take Communion to local parishioners in their homes and the local aged care facilities.
Craft Group: a friendly group from all denominations who meet fortnightly to do craft activities and chat over refreshments.
Divine Mercy Devotion: a prayer group open to everyone, gathers for regular prayer and praising.
FaceBook Page: the FaceBook page is regularly updated with parish news, photos and social functions.
Finance Committee: Meets every 2 months. Assists Parish Priest with all financial matters relating to the operation, maintenance and planning of our Parish.
Parish Pastoral Council: Meets every month.
• Discerning what the real needs are in the parish and the community, endeavouring to involve the whole of the parish in the work of the church;
• Co-ordinating activities of parish groups and organisations;
• Being a means of fostering a sense of community;
• Being a vehicle of communication between the laity, religious and clergy.
Readers/Commentators: for weekend masses and other liturgical celebrations:
St Vincent de Paul Society: a lay organisation which aspires to live the gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice, hope and joy.
Social Group: during the year outings to theatre, day trips etc are organised for parishioners and friends. Details of upcoming events will appear in the Parish News section.
Welcomers: greet parishioners and hand out bulletins and they enter the church.
Youth Ministry: offers opportunities for young people of the parish; to learn, to grow and to share their faith.