Currently our society is facing an unprecedented situation with the evolving coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic.
The spiritual, physical and mental well being of all within the Henley Beach Parish community is a priority for us at this time.
The parish is responding to government and Adelaide Archdiocese regulations by implementing the following changes to usual parish activities. Please be aware this situation is fluid.
Please note that in response to State regulations these times & numbers may change
You must register in the Hall either by QR code or sign up sheet before entering the Church.
Monday - Friday 9:15am
Monday Night 9:00pm Candlelight returning 18th January 2021
with Eucharist 7:00am
To enable all to safely attend mass, four masses are being celebrated over the weekend
Saturday Vigil 6:00pm (this mass is streamed on Facebook/website)
Sunday Morning 9:30am
Sunday evening 5:30pm
Reconciliation 8.30am prior to mass or after weekday mass if required
The 6:00 PM Mass on Saturday is live-streamed / recorded!
Sunday mass is being celebrated in Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church each weekend and is available to view directly from our website or Facebook page (below) from 6:00PM each Saturday.
The related Sunday commentary, readings and Children’s liturgy are also uploaded weekly here
At this stage we will continue with live streaming mass on Saturday Evening. We would encourage you all to gather in small groups in your homes to watch mass at some stage during the week, or to have a liturgy gathering. If you advise the office in advance, we will provide you Holy communion for your gathering.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament followed by Benediction will also be available to view on our Facebook page (below)
Please continue to review this page and our Facebook page for updates as the situation progresses
Stop a minute; quieten down; become aware of the presence of God around you, and within you; pray this prayer from your heart.
“I call with all my heart; Lord, hear me.
I will keep Your commands.
I call upon You, save me.
And I will do Your will.”
Bishop Greg O'Kelly SJ