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St Brigid’s is now open for reduced masses

St Brigid’s is now open for reduced masses on weekdays and weekends. Please see the Website (Scroll down the front page) and Facebook page for details.   In the case of an EMERGENCY which requires the URGENT attention of a priest, please call  0466 065 774

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Update – Church & Parish Office Re-Opening

06 August 2020   Dear members and friends of St Brigid’s Parish Family Update – Church & Parish Office Re-Opening Thank you for your support and prayers during this time of pandemic. I am pleased to advise that our church will now reopen after deep cleaning was undertaken on Monday in line with NSW Health guidelines. The deep cleaning of the Church was done as a precautionary measure as NSW Health had advised that the parishioners who had tested positive for COVID-19 (who attended the Vigil Mass on Sat 25 July) were not believed to be infectious at the time […]

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Church closed today, and until further notice, for deep cleaning

Dear members and friends of St Brigid’s Parish Family As mentioned in my communication this afternoon, yesterday I was notified by NSW Health that a man and woman who attended the Vigil Mass at St Brigid’s church on Saturday, July 25 at 5 pm have subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. After further consultation, NSW Health has advised that the couple is considered low risk since health authorities believe they were not infectious at the time they attended the church. As a precautionary measure, our church was closed today until further notice and will undergo a deep clean tomorrow, in line […]

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Check Booking for Mass Times

Please use this link to book for Mass – BOOKINGS   During this time of pandemic, in order for St Brigid’s to be open for religious worship, the government requires the collection of the names and contact details of EVERY person who attends a celebration here. The purpose is to contain the spread of coronavirus. If someone in attendance contracts COVID-19, NSW Health will be able to notify you so you can take appropriate measures. These details MUST be retained for four weeks and will then be destroyed unless a formal request is received beforehand from the Chief Health Officer.

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