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Come and Worship with Us

Updated: 5 days ago


Here is the latest information about gatherings in places of worship as it applies to All Saints’ Wickham Terrace:-

Service Times

Sunday Masses

· 7:30 a.m. Low Mass with Hymns

· 9:30 a.m. Sung Mass with incense (Missa Cantata)






High Mass for Major Feast Days - e.g. Conversion of St Paul, Apostle (24 January), Presentation of Our Lord (31 January) and The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (15 August)


Evensong and Benediction

3:00 p.m. first Sunday of the month from July to October


Weekday Masses in the Lady Chapel

  • Wednesdays - 12:15 p.m.

  • Fridays - 12:15 p.m.

On these days, the church is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for private prayer.


Anyone who wishes to join in worship must register (name, email address or street address and phone number) with the Parish Office (Phone: 07 3236 3692 or admin@allsaintsbrisbane.com) or on the previous Sunday. There is also a QR Code at the entrance to the church.


Stringent safety precautions are in place:

1. Worshippers must register their attendance by any of the above measures.

2. As you enter, use the sanitiser

3. Socially distance in the pews.

4. Keep 1.5 m during reception of the Holy Communion.

5. The pews will be sanitised after each Mass.

Holy Communion


At this stage we receive the Sacrament in one kind (the Sacred Body). Communicants form a single line and the Host is placed in your hands, not on the tongue. Remember to keep the appropriate distance.


Morning Tea in the Maurice Till Function Room after 9:30 a.m. Mass


All Worshippers after invited to Morning Tea to partake of refreshments and a chance for a chat.

You are required to register your attendance on the sign-on sheet before serving yourself tea or coffee and some food. Please use the tongs to take food.

Morning Tea is a gold coin donation and the proceeds are part of the Parish's contribution to Missionary Giving, both home and overseas.

Please remember to observe social distancing.


Hope to see you at Mass soon.









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