Parishioner Mass registration

As the NSW Government continues to ease restrictions on the number of parishioners that can attend Mass and other religious services, all worshippers are required to register in advance and a record of attendance with contact details must be kept by parishes and communities for at least four weeks in accordance with government directives.

The diocese is assisting parishes and communities in facilitating this process through the below parishioner registration form. You only need to register once for you and all your family members that attend the same parish or community in the diocese. The purpose of this registration is to gather your contact details and preferences for day(s) and time(s) of day you and your family would be available to attend Mass.

Once you have completed this registration process, you will still need to contact your parish office on a weekly basis to book you and your family for your desired Mass time.

How does the registration process work?

Register you and your family members below (once only) selecting your parish/community and providing your contact details and nominating which day(s) and time(s) of day you can possibly attend. If your parish or community is not listed in the form below, please contact them directly to learn how you can register for Mass and other services in your parish or community.
Your parish will have access to your registered contact information in order to manage their local Masses and services in accordance with government directives. You will still need to contact your parish on a weekly basis (via phone or email) in order to book in for Masses and other services.
A record of attendance will be taken at the Mass/service and recorded by the parish in accordance with government directives and kept on file for at least four weeks. Please note, if a parishioner visits the parish for the purpose of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, there will be no record kept that the parishioner attended the parish for that reason.


Parishioner registration form