PARISH DIARY | 22 Dec 2017

Categories: News & Events


Christmas and New Year Mass Times


Blessings on Fourth Weekend of the Month
Special blessings at the end of Masses this weekend for parents-to-be


Canteen Closure
Please note that the church canteen will be closed from 17 Dec 2017 till 7 Jan 2018. We are very sorry for the inconvenience caused.


Christmas Party
You are invited to join in the Christmas celebration with the church community. Expect great food, live entertainment, and prize giveaways.

Date: Sat 6 Jan 2018
Time: 7pm to 10pm
Venue: Church canteen

Event is free but registration is required for catering purpose. Seats are limited so register Now at

Alternatively, registration forms are available from the bulletin stands.


Sale of Advent Wreaths and Gift Items
The Golden Years Club would like to thank all those who have given their generous support and contributions during the sale of Advent wreaths and gift items over 3 Sundays (26 Nov, 3 and 10 Dec).  The proceeds of $895 have been donated to CHARIS Singapore (Caritas Humanitarian Aid & Relief Initiatives, Singapore).


Important Notice: Change of Mass Times
The priests of the parish, in consultation with the Parish Council, have decided to change the Mass times on weekends.

With effect from the weekend of 6 and 7 January 2018, the evening Masses on Saturday and Sunday in our parish will start from 5.30pm instead of 6pm.

Novena service on Saturday will be at 4.45pm in the church.


Advent Reflection Booklets
Take home a booklet of reflections for the season of Advent. Produced by the Office for the New Evangelisation, the theme for the new liturgical year is “The Anticipating Community”.

Prepare spiritually for the season with your parish groups or ministries, to increase communication between family members, or for personal reflection. Pick up a copy at the church bulletin stands, or download a copy here.


Support the Catholic Church of Singapore through “Gift”
The Catholic Foundation is renewing its appeal for the Giving in Faith and Thankfulness (Gift) campaign, to encourage all Catholics to make a regular contribution financially to the Archdiocese.

Resources are needed to fund the many organisations in the archdiocese involved in families, youth, evangelisation, and several building projects, among other initiatives. This is so that the Church may continue growing for generations to come.

Flyers and envelopes with more information are available in the parish to make your pledge. Or visit to donate online or find out more.