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Who is Jesus?

Jesus is one of the most significant people who have ever lived. Whether you already know him to be the Lord of all history, or you have only just begun to explore the possibility of a relationship with him, there is always so much more to find out about this carpenter become revolutionary teacher and healer who lived in the first century in Israel and was put to death by the Roman Empire on a cross

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Got questions about life?

Alpha is an experience that includes food, a short-film and small groups that explore life and the Christian faith, in a friendly, open and informal environment. All are welcome. Alpha will be run regularly in 2017.

Join us for Church this weekend

Saturday Evening Vigil Mass @ 6pm
Sunday morning Masses @ 8am & 10am
For weekday Masses, see Mass Times

Parish Life Bulletins

View or download the latest edition of our weekly Parish Life bulletin to find out about all the events and activities that happen in our place – or browse through the last few months.

Parish Calendar

Find out the details of all of the many daily, weekly and monthly events that happen in and around our parish – including in the Parish Church, Meeting Room, MacKillop Centre and elsewhere…


Sacraments are moments of sacred encounter where heaven and earth collide. Find out more about celebrating the sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation, Holy Communion, Confirmation, and Marriage at St Paul’s.


Prayer is an invitation to communion with the living God. Yet many people struggle to pray or find it dry and boring. Find some basic prayers and tips for sustaining a life of prayer.

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St Paul's Catholic Church



How to have your child baptised at St Paul's (Baptisms are available every Sunday - click to find out more)



Children in Year 3 and above are able to prepare for the Sacrament of Holy Communion during Term 3.


Getting Married in the beautiful St Paul's is surprisingly easy and affordable.



Celebrating the Sacrament of Reconciliation each week, and for children in Year 3 (Term 2)



Confirmation completes the sacrament of baptism for children in Year 6 and above (Term 1 and Term 2)


Anointing of the Sick

The Anointing of the Sick is offered to anyone who needs the healing presence of the Lord.