Welcome to St Mary’s Catholic Parish Community, Concord
We proclaim the Gospel through our ministry to each other, our service to the wider community, the joyful celebration of the Eucharist and other sacraments, and our active concern for social justice.
|Support the Parish||Current Appeal|
Charitable Works Fund May Appeal
Other Ongoing Appeals
Jesuit Refugee Food Bank Appeal
Support for the House of Welcome
See parish bulletin for details
|IMPORTANT NOTICES (updated 14 May 2021)|
|MASS AT ST MARY’S CONCORD: |
There is no need to book for our Sunday Masses and all are welcome to attend.
COVID 19: The latest Government changes have not removed all the restrictions for places of worship. When the Government notice says there is “no limit” for places of worship, it is referring to the lifting of the previous limit of 100. All churches are still limited by the “2 sq m Rule”. Under that rule the capacity of St Mary’s Church is 350.
Those who attend are required to practise social distancing. That means keeping 1.5 m from those who are not part of your household.
It is still compulsory for all who enter a church to use the QR Code or to record their name and contact number on the clipboards provided. To use the QR Code you first need to download the Services NSW App.
If you are unwell, please do not come to the church. Any parishioners in a high-risk category are encouraged to stay home.
RECONCILIATION (CONFESSION): Individual Reconciliation is available at St Mary’s Concord on Saturdays from 5.00 to 5.30 pm.
LIVE STREAMING: The 9.30 am Sunday Mass each week is being live streamed to the parish YouTube channel:
It is also possible to view the Mass on Facebook at St Mary’s Parish Church Concord.
SUPPORTING THE PARISH: We are grateful to the many parishioners who have been able to continue to support the Mission of the parish through regular donations. Contact the parish office for more details or use the SUPPORT US button at the top of right hand corner of this Home Page. Please note: the parish does not send emails to parishioners requesting donations. Such emails are scams and we ask you to ignore them.