Mercy Melbourne

An occasion of prayer and reconciliation coming up.. Stay tuned for more.

Faith and Mission committee need more members from different ethnic groups

The current members of this group belong to one ethnic group. To ensure diversity and inclusivity within the Faith and Mission committee, we are actively seeking members from various ethnic communities. Your unique perspectives, cultural insights, and lived experiences are invaluable assets that can enrich our discussions and help us better understand and serve the needs of our diverse parish community. By coming together from different backgrounds, we can foster greater unity, empathy, and effectiveness in carrying out our mission as a faith community. please reach out to the parish office. Let’s work together to make our parish community a more inclusive and welcoming place for all. Meetings happen on Wednesdays evening.

Please find the terms of reference for the committee here.

Christmas Holiday office Closure

Parish office closed during these days

22 December to 2nd January.

Christmas Programme 2023 Contact us via email or phone.

We will try to address any important message.

MenAlive Weekend- 25th-26th November 2023, at Seaford Parish

We invite all men to experience this life changing opportunity to be men fully alive in families and church. Please see  menALIVE flyer for more information.


We invite you to join us for a day filled with laughter, company games, food, entertainment and much more. Our Parish Fete is on the 3rd of December. Come with family and friends.

We invite you to join this community get together. This is another Fundraiser. Hoppers are a type of pancake served commonly in Sri Lanka and South India. Made of rice flour, it is crispy. Can be eaten with any meat or vegetables. 9th Dec from 7 pm onwards. $25 pp. Tickets on sale at church.

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