The month of October each year is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary.

This is primarily due to the fact that the Liturgical Feast of Our Lady of The Rosary is celebrated annually on the

7th October.

During the month of October in our Parish of St Mel’s we will be reciting the Holy Rosary Monday to Friday at 9:30am and Tuesday evenings at 7pm.

We invite you to participate in the Rosary via zoom


Password: Rosary

Please be aware that if you ‘TAG‘ St Mel’s, Campsie in photos on your personal Facebook page, the images also appear on an “unofficial” St Mel’s Facebook page.
This “unofficial” page was created by Facebook and is not controlled by St. Mel’s, Campsie. We kindly remind you to take care when uploading photos of any children without parent consent

We are continuing to work on the Parish website, appreciate your patience. Thank You – Parish Priest

Welcome to St. Mel’s, Campsie

St. Mel’s, Campsie parish is a welcoming, supportive community of believers from various walks of life who endeavour to make Christ present in the parish, in our local community and in our world.

Our mission is to know Christ personally and to make St. Mel’s Campsie a place where people can come and pray and feel the presence of Jesus alive, and to minister to each other in the joyful celebration of the Eucharist and other sacraments.

Restrictions on church attendance have changed again. The following points are to be observed:

  • With the easing of restrictions our parish has resumed
    celebrating the usual Masses on Tuesday, Thursday
    and Friday at 9am and Wednesday evenings at 7pm
  • Weekend masses are Saturday Evening at 5pm, Sunday Morning at 8:30 and 10am and Sunday Evening at 5pm – (Sunday evening mass will cease on Sunday 12th December, 2021).
  • Health regulations will apply:
    – COVID check-in is required via the Service
    NSW App.
    – The 4 sqm rule will apply. (only 100 people)
    – Social distancing
    – Hand sanitising on entry
    – Masks must be worn indoors.
    – No congregational singing
  • People who are especially vulnerable, or anxious at
    this stage are free to remain at home and participate in
    the live-streaming of Masses either from the cathedral
    and other parishes.