Welcome to St. Mary Queen of Heaven, Georges Hall
Dear parishioners and friends,
The NSW Government has now eased some social restrictions. Under these eased restrictions, “religious gatherings and places of worship can have up to 10 worshippers “.
In line with the eased Government restrictions, the Archdiocese has issued guidelines to parishes, setting out new procedures that must be put in place before churches can re-open, albeit in a limited capacity.
While the church is not open for general entry yet, we are trialling some new arrangements aiming to fine tune our procedures to meet the Archdiocesen requirements so that we can make the church available in a more open manner for parishioners.
As advised previously by the Archdiocese, parishioners are “dispensed from attending Sunday Mass “.
Please continue to check this website for information about any permitted gatherings in our parish church, including Mass, other liturgies, other celebrations and private worship.
St. Mary Queen of Heaven, Georges Hall is a welcoming, supportive community of believers inspired by the life of Jesus. We are called to make Christ present in our parish, in our local community and in our world.
Our Mission : We, the St Mary Queen of Heaven parish, are called to be a strong, loving, caring family united in faith. Guided by the Spirit of Jesus we desire to use our diverse talents to reach out and encourage others. We cherish the living tradition of our Catholic church and will seek to heal misunderstandings and hurt in our midst so that Jesus’ prayer may be realised, “Father may they be one, as you and I are one.”
St. Mary Queen of Heaven, Georges Hall is a parish of around 4,500 parishioners and many ministries, such as the catechist program involving parishioners providing religion classes to Catholic pupils in local public schools.
The parish also runs a successful parish based sacramental program. The parents’ involvement in the preparation of each sacrament of Reconciliation, Communion and Confirmation provides an opportunity to walk together with their children on their spiritual journey.