Further easing of COVID-19 restrictions on churches
The NSW Government has announced a further easing of COVID-19 restrictions on churches. Congregational singing will be allowed again from Saturday 27 March, providing churches observe a two square metre rule.
From Monday 29 March, unlimited numbers of people can attend funerals and weddings, providing a two square metre rule is observed.
Worshippers entering the church must leave their name and contact details for contact tracing purposes. Social distancing (1.5m) and hygiene measures must be observed at all times.
If you have flu-like symptoms, Please stay home…
Electronic Check in System – We are required to use the NSW Government QR code System for efficient contact tracing by NSW Health Dept. to slow or stop the spread of Covid19 in the community. You need to install in your mobile phone the SERVICE NSW APP inorder to read/scan the St Michael’s Meadowbank Church QR code.
Daily Masses – Tuesday to Saturday at 9:15 am. No bookings required but :
- scan the St Michael’s Meadowbank QR code before entering the church
- in the absence of a mobile phone, register your name and contact details in the Attendee record form, at the entrance of Hughes St.
Weekend Vigil Mass ( Saturday 5.30 pm) and Sunday (8 am , 10 am ) Masses – ‘Book in Advance’ using links below.
- Scan the St Michael’s Meadowbank QR code before entering the church
- In the absence of a mobile phone, register your name and contact details in the Attendee record form, at the entrance of Hughes St.
10th/11th Apr – Weekend masses:
10th Apr 5.30 pm – Click here
11th Apr 8 am – Click here
11th Apr 10 am – Click here
17th/18th Apr – Weekend masses:
17th Apr 5.30 pm – Click here
18th Apr 8 am – Click here
18th Apr 10 am – Click here
LIVESTREAM MASSES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE WEBSITE OF ST MARY’S CATHEDRAL SYDNEY https://www.stmaryscathedral.org.au/
Welcome to St Michael’s Church, Meadowbank
Welcome to those who like to know or be involved at St Michael’s Church, Meadowbank.
We hope that you will learn about us and that we will be able to learn from you and help grow our parish community.
The Parish is committed to the Christ-like care of all children, young persons and vulnerable people. By following in the example of Jesus Christ and his words to “Let the little children come!”, the Parish is doing all it can to build a community and a Church that safeguards the voice, freedom and life of children, young persons and vulnerable people. Please click on LINKS to view some of our essential policy documents.
The Parish is able to flourish and continue the work of Christ through the generosity, support and participation of our parishioners. If you would like to contribute in any way to the parish, please click here.
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