Other Ministries

"Many hands make light work" and what better way is there than to join into your community on a more social manner - all while still serving your parish.  Better still, you are becoming an active member of our 'parish family' whilst meeting new people. 

Fundraising CommitteeFundraising 3

The role of the St Christopher's Fundraising Committee is to help plan, organise and deliver fundraising activities for the parish with the help of parishioner volunteers. They aim to deliver a multitude of activities that will appeal to a wide cross section of all our parishioners, that will enhance social interaction thus further grow and enrich our parish community.

Funds are raised for the immediate upkeep of the Church and surrounds, for possible future upgrading of the Church and hall, and to support the various ministries of the Parish.  This committee works in close consultation with the Parish Pastoral Council and Finance Committee.

How can we help

Membership to the fundraising committee is always open to innovative and creative parishioners but more importantly will be relying on energetic and willing volunteers.  

If you fit into any of these categories or you would just like to meet new people while helping our Parish grow, the Fundraising Committee would love to hear from you.

nursing home massNursing Home Masses

Mass is celebrated at Hammondville Nursing Home every first Tuesday of the month at 11:00am.  

Family members of residents, nursing home staff and parishioners are most welcomed to join us in the celebration of the Eucharist.  

Family Masses & Hospitality CommitteeCoffee urn - mtea

We incorporate our parish 'Sunday Cuppas' to coincide with each of the School family Masses.  These occurs three times a term. 

Please check the parish bulletin or click through FamilyandFaithto our News and Events page on this website
for more details.

Do come along and enjoy a cuppa and meet new friends. 

Piety Stall and St Vincent de Paul GroupSt Vinnie logo

"The Society of St Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organisation that aspires to live the gospel messge by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice, hope and joy and by working together to shape a more just and compassionate society"

The Piety Stall comes under the overall responsibility of the Moorebank Conference of St Vincent de Paul to which Holsworthy and Wattle Grove are affiliated.  As part of our work, we do house calls to provide assistance and help to the less fortunate and needy of our Parish.  

If you would like to be a part of this ministry, please contact the parish office or check out their website - www.vinnies.org.au

Rosary Makers Guildpink rosary

The Guild welcomes any parishioners who would like to spend some time to help make rosary beads.

They meet regularly so why not come along and spend some time making rosary beads in a social environment.

Many hands do make light work!

Youth & Young Adults Group (11 to 25 years)Young Adults2

The parish has set up a ministry to cater for young adults who are keen to deepen their spiritual life through various activities.  We invite all youth, young men and women between the ages of 11 and 25 years to come along and be a part of this new ministry.  

The goals of our outreach to young adults are to:

  • Connect young adults with JesusConnect young adults to our Church community and peer community
  • Connect young adults with the Mission of the Church in the world.


If you are interested to join this group to socialise, learn, pray and serve with your peers, please contact the parish office for further details.