The services we offer are Holy Eucharist at 9am on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of every month, and Healing at 8.45am on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
The Holy Eucharist
The Holy Eucharist is the central sacrament of all Catholic Christians. The Eucharist is a work, a labour in which we may consciously cooperate with the process by which the universe is divinely transformed into its true nature. The Holy Eucharist is an ordered sequence of action, awakening us to the fuller knowledge of our spiritual heritage as beings, made in the Divine image, and promoting the deeper and more joyous fulfillment of our responsibilities toward the world in which we live.
This is no new discovery. In every age there have been people of all religions who have rediscovered for themselves the glory of humanity’s heritage. Looking beyond the life around them, they have seen the greater design embodied in all creation. They have known that the universe is not a disordered array of conflicting forces, a chaos, but the ordered work of an infinite power that seeks to draw all things into union with infinite love. There is a creative process that floods our small world and our small lives with the larger life of the eternal. This life-giving process is the “eternal sacrifice” of which the liturgy speaks, a constant, transformative outpouring of spiritual life, fully manifest in Christ, communicated in the sacraments, and reflected in the saints and in the Church.
From “The Work of Transformation”, J.B.Barry and M.C. Godby, 2013
The Healing Service
The purpose of the Service of Healing is to bring spiritual upliftment to those in need and to give some relief, when possible, to those who are suffering from various physical or mental ills.
Sick Visits and Healing List
If you or someone in your family would like a visit or the sacraments of the church please ring Bp Richard on 0427 115 468.
If someone is sick, tell us (by e-mail and/or phone), and we will pray for them at every Eucharist until they are well. You or they do not have to be a Liberal Catholic.