About us

Parish Leadership Staff Parish Leadership Team The role of St John the Evangelist’s Parish Leadership Team (PLT) is to support our Parish Priest, Fr John, as we work towards the achievement of our Parish Vision. This involves working closely with our ministries and initiating programs within our parish so that, as a worshipping community, we […]

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Click on logos to access websites THE DIOCESE OF WOLLONGONG The Diocese of Wollongong The Diocese of Wollongong was established in 1951 from elements of the Archdiocese of Sydney and Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn. In 1954 the Macarthur region was added to the Diocese. In 1974, the southern parishes of Batemans Bay, Moruya and

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Our Parish History

History & Information The current area of the St John the Evangelist Parish is 13.3km2 with a perimeter of 20km. The parish includes the suburbs of Campbelltown, Bradbury and Leumeah. The first Mass was celebrated in Campbelltown by pioneer priest Fr John Joseph Therry in 1822. Beginnings Fr John Joseph Therry arrived in Sydney with

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Hello… Welcome to Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church. Thank you for taking the time to find us. We love our church – it is made of beautiful people who care for each other and who are on a journey… a journey about getting to know Jesus. In Jesus we find friendship and belonging. He is

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Parish Giving

There are many ways that you can help enable the liturgical, sacramental, pastoral and charitable works of your parish. One way is to contribute to parish planned giving via the two collections at Sunday Mass. As we move more and more into a cashless society, many parishioners prefer to contribute to parish planned electronically. If you

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Daily Prayer

You are invited to join with other members of the Church community in praying the daily liturgy of the hours and the readings for Mass. Readings at Mass About Today For each day and the week ahead. As used in Australia: Jerusalem Bible and Grail psalms. Readings at Mass The Liturgical Week ahead Liturgy of

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