Bishop’s Flood Relief Appeal 2022

My Sisters and Brothers in Christ

My prayers and thoughts are with you all as this flood disaster continues. In recent days we have had towns in our diocese cut off; a number of our schools closed, non-operational or on alert; church buildings and agency offices affected by flooding and heavy rain; and clergy, staff, families, students and friends from our extended community experiencing another trauma. And while the rain is set to ease, authorities are warning it doesn’t mean the state’s flooding emergency is over.

In a heartfelt video message to his flock, Greg Homeming OCD, Bishop of Lismore, said it had been “a very tragic few days”. To those who had “lost everything” in these floods, Bishop Greg said that everyone across the diocese was suffering with them. “This has all happened at a time when we were hoping that 2022 would be a year of hope, a good year,” he said.

As a diocese, I would like to provide practical support for the people of Lismore. I also want to provide pastoral and practical support for the people in our own diocese who have been, and will continue to be, impacted by these floods. I am inviting you to donate to my Flood Relief Appeal 2022 below so that, with your support, we can meet this goal.

Yours in Christ

Most Rev Brian G Mascord DD
9 March 2022

Ways to donate

You can make your donation* in a variety of ways:


The easiest way to donate is via our secure online credit card payment option at the following link.

Make a credit card Donation


We also accept donations via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), cheque or money order. In order to make a donation via EFT, cheque or money order, complete the form below and we will email you our bank account or address with details with instructions on how to make your payment.


If you would prefer to donate over the phone, please call one of our friendly team members at the Office of the Bishop on (02) 4222 2446 from Monday to Friday: 8:30am–4.30pm, to make your donation.


* Donations made to the Bishop’s Flood Relief Appeal are non tax-deductible.

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