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Sharing Your Gifts and Talents to Build a Strong Community.
We are all part of the church and together as baptised people, we share our gifts and talents in the service of our community and our world.
To exercise our baptismal call, the Holy Spirit gives each one of us special gifts. It is important that we discern what these gifts and talents are and use them wisely, generously and with humility. As St Paul said to the Corinthians: ‘There will be many different gifts but always the same spirit, many different ways of serving but always the same Lord, many forms of activity… but the same God at work in them all”(12:4-6).
For more information download our Call to Ministry Information
How can you be involved?
You may sign up to join any parish ministry or group at any time of the year however it is desirable to do this during the bi-annual Call to Ministry drive in early February and August.
A Life Long Journey of Faith
In our parish community we seek to accompany one another through the many stages of life. Part of our journey as a Catholic community is the celebration of these stages through the sacraments.
The Gungahlin area is growing at an extraordinary rate with new families moving into the community every week.
We hope to share many family milestones with you, such as marriage or the arrival of a new baby, starting or graduating from school and much more. We are also here to support you in the challenges that face all of us.
Our community is strengthened as we celebrate Christ together in the sacraments of the Church. They sustain and strengthen us in our life's journey in faith.
Apart from the Sacrament of the Eucharist celebrated at each Mass, we celebrate all the other Sacraments of the Church. These include Baptism (infants, school-aged children, adults), Reconciliation, First Eucharist (Communion), Confirmation, Marriage, and the Anointing of the Sick.
As Catholics we believe that our lives are graced by God through these sacraments.
Baptismal Information Session:More information
For Parents presenting their child for Baptism.
Please check the parish bulletin for session times at Holy Spirit Church, Amaroo.
First Eucharist and First Reconciliation
Parents who have attended the First Eucharist and Reconciliation information session are invited to enrol their child to receive the sacrament of Reconciliation on our parish website
Becoming Catholic: Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Would you like to find out more about becoming a Catholic?
- You may have been baptised as a child but not received the sacraments of Eucharist or Confirmation
- You have friends or family who have shown an interest in your faith and would like to know more.
- You have been away from the church and would like to become part of a parish community once again.
- You are part of the community but feel there are questions you would like answered.
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