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Parish Groups and Activities

All the groups listed have been formed to provide assistance, support, encouragement, faith development etc. for any person seeking such help. The groups function with the volunteer efforts of parishioners.

If you have any need which you think could be met by any of these groups or if you would like to assist with any of these activities, please contact the parish office on 8296 7292.

Adult Faith Education

Responsible for conducting gatherings and distributing information related to adult faith education.

Baptisimal Preparation Team

A team who work with the priest in preparing families for the Sacrament of Baptism.

Bereavement Group

Provide support in times of bereavement and assist in the planning of the funeral liturgy.

Family Groups

Provide opportunities to gain a sense of belonging and to develop a sense of caring for each other by the sharing of life and faith in friendship.


Project Group promotes parish overseas aid projects.

Children's Sacramental Groups

Provide preparation for sacraments of initiation.

East Timor Seminarian Project

Providing ongoing financial support to seminarians in East Timor.


Involved in the Interchurch Council, Ministers Association and the promotion of ecumenical activities.

Finance Council

Responsible for the overview of parish finances.

Knights of the Southern Cross

Gather for fellowship and support many parish and diocesan projects.

Liturgy Team

Responsible for enhancing the liturgy at Eucharistic celebrations.

Maintenance Committee

Responsible for the ongoing maintenance co-ordination of parish property and buildings.

Men's Shed

An open age group of men who gather weekly for fellowship and to share skills & knowledge in a range of activities.


Responsible for the music at Eucharistic Celebrations.


Weekly group to help parishioners encounter God in a peaceful setting.

Parish Pastoral Council

Representatives from all sections of the parish work with the Parish Team as the consultative body of the parish.

RCIA - Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

For people interested in learning about the Catholic faith and for those who desire to be received into the Catholic Church.

Society of St Vincent de Paul

A group of men and women who serve the needs of the poor, aged and homeless. There is a sewing auxilliary group who gather on a Tuesday morning and also volunteers who look after the shop on Brighton Road.

Visitation to the Sick and Hospitalised

Ministers of the Eucharist who take Holy Communion weekly to parishioners in hospital, nursing homes or in private homes.


Provide a range of activities for youth through Antioch.

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