The Catholic Parish of All Saints

Liverpool Australia (1838)


From Friday, 12 February, the 2m2 rule is reinstated. This doubles the limit of worshippers in the church to 330. The limit for weddings and funerals is capped at 300. Mask wearing is no longer mandatory. Singing is prohibited.

NSW Government policy requires that churchgoers register for Mass and other liturgies with their mobile phones through the Services NSW QR Code before entering the church. The Code is on the outside walls of the church near the side doors. Worshippers verify their QR registration to a doorkeeper. Those unable to use the QR code need to have their names ticked off (if pre-booked) or sign in (if not pre-booked). Please write clearly.

Sunday Masses

Sunday Mass churchgoers are asked to pre-register via the Parish website: Online registrations close on Saturday at 12 noon. Pre-registering aids smooth and safe flow into the church. Churchgoers who have pre-registered still need to register through the QR mobile phone code. Those who have not pre-registered can be admitted to the church if pre-booking numbers are below 330.

Churchgoers are asked to sit in the numbered pews as has been the practice. If required, new arrivals can sit in unnumbered pews at a safe distance. Family members are not required to safe distance from each other.

Anyone unsure about online bookings can register through the Parish Office:; 9753 6500; Sunday Mass registrations close on Friday at 12noon. The Office is staffed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Worshippers are asked to arrive 15 minutes before Masses to assist check-in.

Church doors close soon after Mass begins. Registered worshippers who realise that they will be late for Mass are asked not to come to church but to rebook. It is unfair to expect doorkeepers to accommodate latecomers. Doorkeepers are entitled to participate in worship.

Weekday Masses

Online pre-registrations for weekday Masses are not necessary. A

Churchgoers need to register through the mobile phone QR code outside the church or sign in if they are unable to use QR technology. Please write clearly.

Safeguarding of Children and Young People

All Saints Parish is committed to building a culture of safeguarding of children and young people. Accordingly, all volunteers must complete the Parish Safeguarding Program comprising:

  1. Acquisition of a Working with Children (WCC) number from the NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian;

  2. Attending a Parish Safeguarding Training Course (or approved alternative);

  3. Signing a Code of Conduct Form;

  4. Signing a Volunteer Agreement Form.

Over four hundred people have completed the Parish Training Course, including parishioners from the Spanish community at Ashcroft and other parishes.

Dedicated noticeboards in the church and Parish facilities display updated information.

Enquiries and registrations: Safeguarding Team:; or Parish Office: 9753 6500.

Parish News and Announcements

When you go to the Parish YouTube Channel ( you can also subscribe to our channel and be automatically notified if a live stream is being scheduled or new video posted on our channel.

All Saints Parish Prayer during the Pandemic

Merciful God of hope and life, during this time of pandemic,

May we hold to attitudes and behaviours that profess our faith in Jesus Christ,

May we act with care and responsibility to keep our community safe,

May we be beacons of hope to those feeling overwhelmed and fearful.

Heal those who are infected by the virus,

Guide healthcare professionals and researchers in their work,

Inspire politicians, business and community leaders by your wisdom,

Bring those who have died to yourself and comfort their loved ones.

We make this prayer through Our Lord Jesus Christ, Amen.

Mary, Mother of God. Pray for us.

All Saints. Pray for us.

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