Mass Times

Following the latest Public Health order, our church will be closed from 6pm Saturday 26th June until further notice.

Vaccination against COVID-19 is strongly recommended by our Church leaders and NSW & Australian governments Chief Medical Officers. It is imperative that we all have our vaccinations as soon as possible to enable us to reunite in our faith/church community. The Premier of NSW has advised that once we reach 70% double vaccination of adults, we will be allowed to open up our churches to fully vaccinated parishioners. This will be an important step to get back to our new normal.

Sunday Mass as privately celebrated at St. Joseph’s Bulli by Fr. Patrick can be viewed here from Saturday at 6:00pm.

Fr. Patrick’s 30th Anniversary of his Priesthood Mass can be viewed below, from 8:30am on Tuesday 24th August 2021.

Vaccination against COVID-19 is strongly recommended by our Church leaders and NSW & Australian governments Chief Medical Officers. It is imperative that we all have our vaccinations as soon as possible to enable us to reunite in our faith/church community

Click on the link below to view the Mass of Christian Burial for the late Fr. Geoffrey Allen.

11am Mass of Christian Burial for Fr Geoffrey Lawrence Allen – 1 July 2021 – YouTube

Welcome

Sunday Mass Times

Sunday   8:30am, 5:30pm

Weekday Mass Times:

Wednesday: 5:30pm Mass

Thursday: 12:00 mid day, Angelus followed by Mass

Friday: 9:30 am Mass

Reconciliation/Confession:

By appointment only. Contact the parish office on 4284 3000.

On Arrival at the Church

On arrival at the church, you must check in with Services NSW by scanning the QR code, posted on the doors to the church, and logging on.

You can download the Services NSW app here:

Service NSW Mobile App | Service NSW

Conditions of attendance

  1. 65 attendees maximum (plus essential workers), can be accommodated at any one time in the church.

2. All attendees must check in through the Services NSW app as displayed on the church doors, on your smartphone, or with the help of the monitors at the reception table.

3. There will be an Attendance Monitor/s on duty, who will check numbers of attendees.

Masks must be worn in the church.

Congregational singing not allowed.

4. All attendees must sanitise their hands as they come into the church and when they leave.

5. No shaking of hands.

6. All attendees must sit or stand on the allocated markings for social distancing. two square metres per person, except those of the same household.

Vaccination against COVID-19 is strongly recommended by our Church leaders and NSW & Australian governments Chief Medical Officers. It is imperative that we all have our vaccinations as soon as possible to enable us to reunite in our faith/church community