Service Attendance Registration form

Service Attendance Registration Form

With the change in Covid 19 regulations, St Mary’s will change its services to accommodate more people.

From next Sunday 15 November we will hold two services on Sunday morning, one at 9am and the second at 11am. Both services will accommodate 20 people. We will no longer pre-record services, but will record and broadcast the 9am service every Sunday.

Those attending will be required to register to attend either service with the Parish Office during the week using this form. Places will be allocated on a first-come basis. Attendees will also be required to conform to all State Government requirements, of face mask wearing, registering at entry, sanitising hands etc. Communion will be given in one kind only so as the minimise the potential for passing the virus. There will not be any social gathering/morning tea following the services. The hour long break between services will enable proper cleaning.

Please read the St Mary’s Covid 19 Safety Plan, which is for your protection.

Due to the outbreak of COVID -19 our form of worship has changed and we offer our services on our YouTube channel as well as in church.

Please follow our YouTube channel or search St Mary’s North Melbourne on YouTube. If you wish to join in the service and respond when requested please download our Pew Sheet for the service you will be watching. The Pew Sheets will be updated regularly.

Eucharist, 6 September 2020 (23rd Ordinary Sunday)


At St Mary’s the worship of God is the centre of our parish life. Each Sunday we come together to celebrate and share God’s gift to us in the Eucharist. Visitors and newcomers are always welcome, and all baptised Christians are invited to share in the holy communion.

See the links at the side of this page for details of Sunday Morning and our Children’s Ministry programme.

During the week the Daily Office is said in the Chapel. Morning Prayer is Tuesday to Friday at 8.30am. There is an opportunity for coffee following Morning Prayer. All are welcome

On feast days, the Eucharist is celebrated at times advertised in the pew sheet and on the front page of this website.