Sacred Heart Parish, Moruya
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36 Queen Street, Moruya, NSW, 2537
Fr George Azhakath SFS
(02) 44742024
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Heartbeat for September

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20 September 2020

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13 September 2020

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From the Parish Pastoral Council

The PPC has begun to formulate a Parish Pastoral Plan. This will give us a focus to review and achieve our goals. Our first task is to build a Parish profile – using data from ABS and Pasto-ral Research office. We aim to have this complet-ed by the next PPC meeting in September.

With the ongoing COVID-19 issues and with parishioners not coming to Mass as often, the PPC will restart phoning people to say hello and check on their needs again. Please let us know of any needs you are aware of in our parish community

The PPC will be registering our formal COVID-19 plan with the NSW government which will be updated as needed. We are meeting all our COVID-19 regulations.

Fr George has requested 2 ushers per mass to meet and greet, ensure people sanitize and sign in, and then usher to appropriate seating. He also needs help to set up before Masses, especially Sunday morning. Please, we need more than one person to be able to do this.

Please keep the need for Acolytes to assist at all Masses in your prayers.

Sue McCosker. Chair.

Bodalla Church

The stained glass windows were repaired recently and the little church looks loved again.

Upcoming Events

Laudato Si Dialogue

Commencing August/September an ecumenical group of participants will look together each fortnight at Laudato Si, Pope Francis’ letter "On Care for Our Common Home".

You can register interest in obtaining further information in taking part at or on O428 625 110.

Community Training Sessions

Date: Sep 23 2020

A variety of topics will be offered over two days:

  • 23/9/20 10am– 12.30. QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer—the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Sessions will be held on: 23/9/20. 2pm—5pm:
  • Psychological First Aid. The PFA workshop is a 3 hour program and aims to provide basic skills for helping people affected by a disaster. 24/9/20 9. 30am—11.30am
  • DV-alert. Lifeline is committed to raising the awareness of Domestic and Family Violence and is holding a public Awareness session. Cost: Free.
  • To register phone Donna 012422813 or email:
St Mary's Parish
36 Queen Street, Moruya, NSW, 2537
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