Immaculate Conception Parish, Tumut
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39 Capper Street, Tumut, NSW, 2720
Fr George Ogah
(02) 6947 4599
Wed & Fri 9.00am to 12noon

Parish News

Communion in the Hand

Updated protocols

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Entrusting Australia to Mary Help of Christians

Prayer for 24/25 May

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COVID 19 PROTOCOLS

Churches are open under the following protocols

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Parish Newsletters

17th January 2021

2ND Sunday Ordinary Time Year B

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10th January 2021

Baptism of the Lord Year B

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3rd January 2021

Epiphany Year B

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27th December 2020

Holy Family Year B

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Stained Glass Window Restoration

Our Parish has been successful in obtaining a Grant from the Blakeney Millar Foundation. This Grant of $25,000, is specifically to carry out major repairs to two stained glass windows in our Church, namely St Michael and Sacred Heart windows (adjacent to pulpit).  We are so grateful to the Blakeney Millar Foundation for their generous donation.  Repairs will be done by Hamilton Design Glass in Sydney. 

 

COVID restrictions

Currently there are two weekend Masses on offer, Saturday Vigil at 6PM and Sunday at 10AM.

The church can accommodate people in accordance with the 1 person per 2sqm rule.  Approx 150 people allowed in the church.

At this stage there is no requirement to book in to attend Mass but you asked to sign the register as you enter the church.

There are a number of protocols to observe in regard to Mass attendance, weddings, funerals and private prayer.  Your responsibility will ensure that we are able to maintain good practice.

Please download the protocols from PARISH NEWS on the left hand column.

The latest bulletin under PARISH NEWSLETTERS includes details about Mass times.

God bless you all.

Baptisms

Baptisms in Tumut can be celebrated in two ways:

1. During Mass - this is a wonderful way to bring your child (or yourself) into the community of the church surrounded by the faithful.  Mass is celebrated on Saturday evenings at 6pm, or Sunday mornings at 10am.

2. Ceremony - in Tumut, baptism ceremonies are held on the FIRST SATURDAY of each month at 11am.  There may be several baptisms that take place in the one ceremony.

To request baptism, please fill in the booking form under 'Application Forms' on the left-hand menu.

You are required to attend two preparation sessions with our parish preparation team.

Any enquiries please contact the parish on 69474599.

Upcoming Events

Knights of the Southern Cross

Knights of the Southern Cross is a National Lay association of men within the Catholic Church. All men are welcome to join us for faith formation, prayer and Christian fellowship. 

The Order is guided by the Catholic faith and the cardinal and chivalrous virtues of prudence, faith, justice, fortitude and temperance in all its charitable works. We gather monthly for a BBQ and prayer, with the possibility of meeting weekly for prayer and formation. 

 

Next meeting: 29th November after 10AM Sunday Mass

For More information please contact Patrick McCabe on 0401620363


Monthly Morning Tea

The parish gather for morning tea on the first Sunday of each month, after 10am Mass.  Please join us for fellowship, food and fun.


St Vincent de Paul

New members welcome.  Meeting dates for January 2021:

16th January, 9.30am at Rosalie Rendu House Merivale St Tumut

30th January, 9.30am at Rosalie Rendu House Merivale St Tumut


Mary, Mother of God - 1 January Mass 10am

Date: Jan 1 2021

 

We celebrate the liturgical feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary on January 1st, which is the Octave of Christmas.  Only Christmas and Easter enjoy the privilege of an octave, which is an eight day extension of the feast.
The feast is a celebration of Mary’s motherhood of Jesus.  The title “Mother of God” is a western derivation from the Greek Theotokos, which means “God-bearer”.  On this day, we are reminded of the role that the Blessed Virgin played in the plan of our salvation.  Through the Holy Spirit, God the Father prepared Mary to be the dwelling place where His Son and His Spirit could dwell among men.  Christ’s birth was made possible by Mary’s fiat, or sanctioning of God’s plan with her words, “Be it done to me according to thy word”.  Calling Mary “Mother of God” is the highest honor we can give to her.  Just as Christmas honors Jesus as the “Prince of Peace”, the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God honors Mary as the “Queen of Peace”.  
New Year’s Day is also designated as the “World Day of Peace”, further acknowledging the role of Mary in our hearts and in our world.

 


Immaculate Conception
39 Capper Street, Tumut, NSW, 2720
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