St Michael's Catholic Church
Due to Covid-19 restrictions Masses are by booking only.
Please phone Alison on 0401 233 650.
The dispensation from attending Mass continues to apply in these times of Covid restrictions. Thank you for your co-operation at this time.
Welcome to St. Michael’s Catholic Church Nelson Bay.
On behalf of the parishioners of St. Michael’s I extend a very sincere invitation for you to join us in worship. If you are coming to this water wonderland for holidays, or to stay, know that your prayerful presence among us will be appreciated.
We are a community that is physically surrounded by God’s natural beauty and through the communion of good people in prayer we have the opportunity to be surrounded by God’s great love.
Looking forward to your company.
REMINDER ABOUT PARKING: Please be mindful of the residents in Sproule Street. Please do not obstruct driveways and ensure that you leave the Church car park through the school gates. Please do not exit via Sproule Street.
Weekend Mass Times:
Reconciliation: 4.00pm - 4.45pm
Vigil Mass: 5.00pm
Reconciliation: 7.45am - 8.15am
Weekday Mass Times:
If you would like to attend weekend Mass, please register by phoning Alison on 0401 233 650 from Wednesday to Friday 8.30am to 4.00pm to make a booking.
Mass Bookings at St Michael’s Parish
Please phone Mass Booking Telephone: 0401 233 650 from Wednesday to Friday 8.30am to 4.00pm. New bookings must be made every week.
Resources currently available:
LiturgyHelp Resources during COVID-19 Pandemic:
Keeping Sunday holy – what can we do?
A group of volunteers who generously clean the Altar and Sacred Vessels for Mass.
St Michael’s Parish has the responsibility for providing Special Religious Education (SRE) in the State Schools here in Nelson Bay.
Children’s Liturgy (cancelled at this stage due to Covid-19)
St Michael’s Children’s Liturgy is scheduled to occur on each Saturday and Sunday Mass. However, Children’s Liturgy is not held during school holidays, due to the volume of visiting children typically in the parish.
It is important that the younger children receive the word of God in a way they can easily relate to and understand. Approximately 10 children attend the liturgy each week.
The purpose of the Children’s Liturgy is give the children some quality time and also give parents of young families a break from distractions. A very important part of our parish future resides with the children and if we can give the children just one small message each week, then we are succeeding.
These parishioners assist at Mass by distributing both the body and blood at our weekday and Sunday masses and they take Holy Communion to the sick and aged in their homes.
A group of parishioners who are rostered to read the First and Second Readings of the Mass, plus the Prayers of Intercession.
A group of parishioners who welcome people and distribute the Parish bulletin.