IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR DECEMBER, 2021
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
We have Masses each weekend on Saturday (Vigil Mass) at 5.30pm (except Christmas Day) and Sunday Mass at 10am.https://zoom.us/j/93918900500.Everyone can attend - regardless of vaccination status and everyone needs to use a QR Code or sign in. WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE THE WEARING OF MASKS. There is no need to pre-book. Mass will be in the Marketplace at St Luke’s Catholic College – enter via Frontier Avenue car park. Until the end of December, those unable to join us can still log on to our Mass via Zoom each Sunday at 10am, which can be accessed by clicking this link:
Christmas Eve 7pm and 11pm (International Mass)Christmas Day 10am (NO 5.30 PM MASS ON CHRISTMAS DAY) Boxing day: Sunday the 26th: 10am Mass.
We update our Facebook page weekly with news and reflections – access it on this link: https://www.facebook.com/stlukesmarsdenpark
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PASTORAL CARE AND SUPPORT
For pastoral care and support please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 8840 8521.
NEW TO MARSDEN PARK OR SURROUNDING SUBURBS?
If you are new to our community, please email us at email@example.com with your name and contact details so we can advise you of news and updates. Christmas Blessings to you and your family. Deacon Tony Hoban Pastoral Director
Welcome to St Luke's
Catholic Faith Community
St Luke's is Australia's newest Catholic Church community, located in Marsden Park, western Sydney, within the Diocese of Parramatta.
The community came into being with the appointment of Deacon Tony Hoban as Pastoral Director on January 1, 2018. Supported by his wife, Annette, and a start-up Advisory Group, planning has begun for the life of the new community. The intention is to develop a community of intentional disciples of Jesus Christ, working in collaboration with St Luke's College. Our gathering place for Mass and other events will be at St Luke's Catholic College, Frontier Avenue, Marsden Park. We are looking for people who desire to grow in faith within a supportive community to join us.
We acknowledge that the Darug people were the original custodians of the land on which we operate. We pay our respects to elders past and present, and acknowledge the Aboriginal people for their custodianship of this land.
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