20 May 2018
Pentecost Sunday


Fifty days after Easter Sunday we celebrate the fulfillment of all God’s promises in the feast of Pentecost, a feast that has sometimes been called the birthday of the church. One last time we are reminded that we Christians have received the Holy Spirit, not for our own benefit, but to enable us to follow our Christian vocation. The centerpiece of the scriptures for Pentecost is the account in Acts of the Apostles of the sending of the Holy Spirit to the disciples. The other readings for this Sunday help us to understand what it means to live out our Christian vocation. Paul’s letter shows us the gifts and fruits that the Holy Spirit gives to us. John’s Gospel reminds us that Jesus has sent all his disciples to share his forgiveness and peace, through the power of the Holy Spirit.

May, Month of Mary

Let us come together to pray the Rosary, led by members from the Legion of Mary.

This will be in the main church 30 minutes before every weekend Masses.

Let us honor the mother of our Lord and recourse to her to intercede for us...

Let us come together as a community to pray and adore the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.

  • Fri 1 Jun 2018, 8.00pm in the main church.
    *6pm evening Mass as usual
  • Celebrant: Fr. Paul Goh

Holy Hour is held on the first Friday of each month. All are welcome!

Please note the following:

No Catechism classes on 19/20 May weekend due to the celebration of Parish Feast day.

June School holiday term break commences from 26 May to 24 June 2018.
Catechism classes will resume on 30 June / 1 July weekend.