Catholic Parishes of  Singleton

and Branxton-Greta

Welcome to the Parishes of

St Patrick’s Singleton and St Brigid’s Branxton.

Situated north-west of Newcastle NSW, the Parishes are in the heart of the Hunter Valley, and are part of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. Our Parishes have churches in Branxton, Greta, Singleton, Broke and Glendon Brook.

We strive to create a catholic community of faith and spiritual fulfilment, where everyone will feel a sense of belonging and love. We pray that you may find warmth and happiness in our community.

The catholic parishes of Singleton and Braxton are committed to the safety and welfare of children. We are committed to create a safe environment for the children in our parishes. We endorse the Safeguarding Commitment Statement of the the diocese and adopt it. You can find more information about the safeguarding of children on the Safeguarding page

God Bless you.

Click here to watch Mass of 29th Sunday in ordinary time 

 

NSW ON THE ROAD TO RE-OPENING – 18 OCTOBER 2021

Now that NSW has reached the 80% vaccination milestone, the Roadmap to Reopening moves to phase two, seeing the lifting of additional restrictions.
This means that as of Monday 18 October 2021 we can welcome everyone back to Mass in Singleton.  Branxton and Greta. Mass will commence from Saturday 23 October at Branxton and Sunday 24 October at Greta. Tuesday and Thursday Mass will commence next week (Tuesday 26 October and Thursday 28 October).
If you are attending Mass, please note the following:
  1. You are not required to be fully vaccinated to enter church buildings.
  2. You must sign in using the ServiceNSW QR code or by placing your name, contact number, and time of entry on the sheet in the church.
  3. Density limits apply of 4sq m – 80 people maximum in Singleton, 15 in Glendonbrook, and 18 in Broke. 75 people maximum in Branxton and 45 in Greta.
  4. Windows and doors will be open to increase natural ventilation when it is possible.
  5. Face masks are still required to be worn in the churches.
  6. Please maintain 1.5m physical distance from those you don’t live with.
  7. Singing by the congregation is not permitted. Up to 10 vaccinated choir members can sing.
  8. If you are unwell, please stay home and get tested.
At this stage it will not be necessary to register to attend Mass, however, if numbers are reaching the limited capacity we may need to request registration.
Funerals and Weddings
Separate rules apply for attendance at weddings and funerals. All those attending MUST be fully vaccinated. Funerals will not be open to parishioners unless they are invited by the family due to the restriction on numbers.
 

Welcome to the Parishes of

St Patrick’s Singleton and St Brigid’s Branxton.

Situated north-west of Newcastle NSW, the Parishes are in the heart of the Hunter Valley, and are part of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle. Our Parishes have churches in Branxton, Greta, Singleton, Broke and Glendon Brook.

We strive to create a catholic community of faith and spiritual fulfilment, where everyone will feel a sense of belonging and love. We pray that you may find warmth and happiness in our community.

The catholic parishes of Singleton and Braxton are committed to the safety and welfare of children. We are committed to create a safe environment for the children in our parishes. We endorse the Safeguarding Commitment Statement of the the diocese and adopt it. You can find more information about the safeguarding of children on the Safeguarding page

God Bless you.

Click here to watch Mass of 29th Sunday in ordinary time 

 

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