We have something for everyone, come and see - newcomers have always felt welcome and always will!
0 - 4 years old:
Monday mornings (during school term) 9:00am – 11:00am in foyer of St Michael's School Hall. Parents, grandparents and carers are invited to bring babies, toddlers and preschoolers for a morning of fun activities.
All welcome! Please bring your child’s snacks and drinks. Due to COVID 19, playgroup is suspended until 2022.
Children 4 and up:
CHILDREN’S LITURGY: At every 9:30am Mass on Sunday, children aged 4 and up can gather together with our volunteer teachers to receive God's Word on their own level, in a fun and interactive way. Due to COVID 19, children's liturgy is suspended.
Youth from Year 5 to Year 8:
Youth Group and Youth Mass are on once a month. Come along to the St Michael's school hall at 4:00pm for the Youth Group, a welcoming and inclusive space for youth, with fun games and activities, pizza, and a simple Gospel reflection leading into a Youth Mass at 6:00pm. Like our Facebook page for regular updates: https://www.facebook.com/St-Michaels-Parish-Youth-Group-150667745626911/
Due to COVID 19, youth group is suspended.
Young adults (18-30ish):
The Young Adults Group meets on a regular basis for a mix of spiritual and social activities. Games nights, hikes, dinners at local restaurants, and more. Contact Molly for more information on 0457906967.
HOW CAN YOUTH GIVE BACK?
It's wonderful to see young people not only looking for what they can get, but also looking to serve, in many ways:
Students from Year 5 and above help the priest at Masses. They are a great encouragement to our community. They enjoy serving, feel more connected with Mass, and we aim to organize a "fun day" once a term they and their families to help them connect with each other. Due to COVID 19, altar serving is suspended.
PARISH YOUTH GROUP TEAM:
Our wonderful Parish Youth Team is made up of young adults from the parish.
Exciting events are held throughout the year, for youth and young adults. Information for these events can be found by visiting the Diocesan webpage www.dow.org.au