Welcome to All Hallows Parish, Five Dock

Dear parishioners and friends,

Due to the lockdown currently in effect, there will be no masses at All Hallows Church until at least the 30th September, 2021. Funerals may proceed with restricted numbers.

While churches are closed as part of the effort to contain Covid, livestreaming of masses can occur and you can find more information on Livestreamed Masses on the Archdiocese of Sydney website here.

Please continue to check this website for information about any permitted gatherings in our parish church, including Mass, other liturgies, other celebrations and private worship.

NEWAll Hallows YouTube channel

A YouTube channel has been created for parishioners to be able to join mass at All Hallows Church. Masses are live streamed at 8am everyday, including Sundays, during lockdown.   Please click here to view.

Subscribe today!

All Hallows Parish Rosary Group – Fridays 10am

Parishioners are invited to join Fr Danny / Fr Richard together with members of the All Hallows Parish community in praying the Rosary.  The sessions will be held via zoom on Fridays at 10am.

To join the Rosary, please click here. The Passcode is:  C8FWhK

All welcome!

Confirmation Update:

Please find updates as well as all of the links to the Zoom meetings and TryBooking sessions under the Sacraments/Confirmation tab on this website. https://www.allhallows.org.au/confirmation/

New Email scam:

Please be aware that there is another email scam doing the rounds.  The email says that it’s from Fr Danny asking you to reply to the email as soon as possible.  It is sent from “search@jobme.contact” and asks you to reply to email address ”parishpastorxc@gmail.com”.  Please know that we will only send parishioners emails from email address “parishallhallows@gmail.com”.  Fr Danny will never ask you to buy or send him any type of gift cards or send you any emails asking you to reply to him without stating why. If you receive any of these emails, please forward it to the parish office so we can warn others.  We would then advise that you block the sender and delete the email.

Please continue to think of those who may be truly isolated.
Keep in touch with them through phone, text messages or emails. Do you have a neighbour or friend who lives alone? Please call them and check if they are ok. Your call might be what gets them through the day.