Mass Live-Streaming

Dear Friends,

Mass will be live streamed this weekend, Sunday 24th May, at Our Lady Help of Christians, Eltham at 10:00am - THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD.  Monday 25th May is the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians, at this time of great need in our world we seek her help.

PENTECOST SUNDAY - next weekend, Sunday 31st May at St Francis Xavier, Montmorency, Mass will be live streamed at 8:30am.

 

When the time came for Jesus to leave his Disciples, he promised he would not leave them orphans, but would send an Advocate to be with them, to set their hearts on fire and help them spread the Message of God's love to all.  At Pentecost we celebrate the gift of the Spirit of God with us.

As we heard last week the restrictions are easing and 10 people are now able to attend either of these Masses.  For those of us who are unable to be physically present just yet, we are able to join in from our own homes.

Click on this link http://tiny.cc/lbe4oz to join in one or both of these Masses.

Welcome to Our Lady Help of Christians

Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church in Eltham extends a warm welcome to you. We are joined in the one Body of Christ, each with his/her own gift to offer and share with others.

 

We invite and encourage one another to explore ways of making God's Kingdom of Love a reality in our lives, and in the lives of those around us. Please feel free to browse for an insight into our parish and its life. Whether you live locally or away you may like to visit or perhaps join us in our Celebrations of the Liturgy.

 

We hope that this site will provide inspiration for your own ministry and spirituality.

Letter from Archbishop Comensoli regarding OLHC and St Francis Xavier Montmorency

 

 

Parish Vision

A loving parish, centred in Christ, that is welcoming, inclusive and connected, and relevant to the needs of the world.

 

Child Safety

At Our Lady Help of Christians Parish, Eltham, we hold the care, safety and wellbeing of children and young people as a central and fundamental responsibility. Our Code of Conduct and associated processes are under 'Policies and Procedures/Child-Safety'.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the Traditional Owners
of the land on which our community lives and we look forward with hope
for a shared future with the people of the Kulin nation.
We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present.

 

 

 

 

 

Please note this web site is currently under construction and is incomplete.

Please refer any queries to eltham@cam.org.au