St. Bernadette's Catholic Community strives to be a welcoming place and we consider ourselves to be a family friendly community. We believe that we have been wonderfully gifted by our loving God and we try to share those gifts, especially our time, talents, and our treasure. Please feel free to browse our site, which can be found on the link below, and to contact us if you have questions or be in need of assistance, or better yet, visit us at St. Bernadette's and join in our liturgical celebrations- we would love to share our worship with you.
Should you require any information regarding the receiving of Sacraments please contact our Parish Secretary, who will advise you.
Fr. Gavin Gomez
LENTEN RECONCILIATION - 2nd Rite
Wednesdau 12th April 7pm
6 Priests will be available for confessons.
Please come and prepare yourself for Easter.
HOLY THURSDAY - 13th April
Mass of the Lord's Supper - 7pm
GOOD FRIDAY - 14th April Stations of the Cross - 10.30am
Enacted by students of St Bernadette's Primary School
Veneration of the Cross - 3pm
EASTER VIGIL - 15th April
Mass of the Risen Christ - 7pm
EASTER SUNDAY - 16th April
Celebration of Easter - 7.30am & 9am
Weekday Mass Times:
Mon, Thurs-Fri: 9am
Weekend Mass Times:
Sunday: 7.30am & 9am
St. Bernadette’s Parish Mission Statement
The people of St. Bernadette’s Catholic Community, Port Kennedy, commit themselves with the help of God and each other to:
Building a vital community that is welcoming, accepting and united;
Empowering all to use their giftedness for the good of others;
Caring for the needs of all, especially the marginalized;
Taking Christ to the world through worship, family life, and giving everyday expression to Gospel values.
‘Each one of you has received a special grace, so, like God’s good stewards responsible for all these different graces of God, put yourselves at the service of others …
… so that in everything God may receive the glory.’
(1Peter 4: 10,11)