Parish Announcements

Parish Information

Location: 185 Billinghurst Crescent, Upper Coomera Qld 4209
Postal Address: PO Box 219 Upper Coomera QLD 4209
Office Hours: Mon - Fri from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Contact Numbers: Telephone: (07) 5529 9144 | Fax: (07) 5529 9644

Mass / Service Times

Monday: Holy Mass at 10:00 am at Arcare (Helensvale Road)
Tuesday: Rosary at 6 pm - SMC (St. Mary's Chapel)
Wednesday: 5pm - Adoration followed by Holy Mass at 6pm
Thursday: Holy Mass at 9:30 am
Friday: Holy Mass at 9:30 am
Reconciliation : Every Saturday 5pm or by  appointment

Your prayers are requested for

Parishioners and Friends: Brian Emery, Sarafina Zubovic, Monica Love,Peter Dillon, James Brandon, Tony Smith, Sharon McCourt, Christopher Echewodo, Joshua Erickson, Daniel Chang, Gillian McNamee, Lesley Robins, Charlotte Wilson-Edwards, Margaret Dean, Peter Murray, Maureen Cameron, Sophie Hastie, Grant Coulthart, Wesley Eliseo Benedet, Harry Hunter, Betty
Sutherland, Andrew Pearcy

Please pray for eternal rest to be given to:

Recently deceased: Alona Villanueua, Gae McGlashan, Margaret Bourke, Rosita Serioga Stavropoulos, Francis David, Maria Schweder, John McCormick, Thomas Cullinan, Connie Carroll

Anniversaries and Remembrances: Margaret Bourke, James Retchless, Bernard Beutel, Rebecca Saunders, Terry Byrnes, Patricia Winterbine, Ron Lyne, Alf Pearcy, Josie Humphreys, John Byrnes, Juanita Serioga, Cabading, Primitivo Campos Serioza, Cletus Echewodo, Cliff Wellspring, Nell Wellspring, Felicia Echewodo, Beutel family, Underwood family

If you wish to have a loved ones name mentioned in the Parish bulletin for Anniversary, Remembrance or prayers for the sick, please contact the Parish office.

Note: All prayers for the sick, anniversary & death notices will remain in the bulletin for one month. Envelopes to request Masses to be offered for the sick, dying, deceased or special intentions are available in the foyer. Mass cards are available from the Piety Stall.

Monthly Celebrations

  • 1st Friday of the Month:  10am Anointing Mass - SMC (followed by morning tea) 6pm - 7pm Silent Adoration - SMC
  • 1st Sunday of the Month: 9am Mass -Baptism Welcoming Mass - SMC (followed by morning tea)
  • 1st Sunday of the Month: 9am Mass - Youth led Mass (followed by light refreshments)
  • 4th Tuesday of the Month: 6.45pm Contemplation Prayer Group - Chapel

Choir Practice

There is choir practice every Saturday at 4.30pm - 5.30pm in the Worship Centre. This practice involves all members of the choir, both those who sing at the 6pm Mass on Saturday and those who sing at 9am Mass on Sunday. New members are welcome.

Venire’s Mission

To shine the light of Christ into the hearts and minds of young Christians in an uplifting, supportive, and fun environment For more information or to RSVP for Venire contact : Cassandra Balinas on 0416 145 472 or Steph Santos on 0411 669 876 or

Please Remember the Parish in your Will

Would you like to remember the parish in your will? Property, money, shares....there are many ways you can be remembered. Please contact the parish office Phone No. (07) 5529 9144 email: for further information.
All bequests can be made to St. Mary’s Parish, Upper Coomera Thank you.

Parish Mobile App.

The "SMC Coomera" mobile application is now available for download in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Click HERE for more info.

Stations of the Cross & Silent Adoration During Lent

We are encouraged to attend the Stations of the Cross which is re-enacted every Friday during Lent at 6pm, followed by 1 hour Silent Adoration finishing at 7.30pm.

Training Times for Readers & Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist
Date: Saturday, 30th March 2019
Place: Worship Centre
Time:  Readers at  10am     |  Eucharistic Ministers at 10.45am

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Weekly Readings


From Father John
Dear parishioners, visitors & friends, On behalf of Fr. John, 
I invite us to share Deacon Jeremy’s reflection on the gospel. God bless you all.
For many of us, we may ask what does it mean to be a good shepherd? To be a good shepherd takes upon itself the responsibility to care for not only oneself, but also the care of others. What is the role of a priest? A priest is not only a spiritual father who has a deep and spiritual relationship with God, but he has a pastoral duty to take care of the faithful in his parish. What are the roles of parents? Parents are responsible for the upbringing of their children so that they may grow up to become well and mature human beings amongst society. These are the roles and responsibilities that we see on a daily basis. The role of the good shepherd takes many forms in our society whether that be at home, at church or at work. Some are employed to public services and do this for the sake of personal ambitions and success. Some are employed because they are passionate for the work that they do. Some may even be indifferent towards others because of a lack of passion, which in effect, treating their roles and duties as mere burdens. But this is not so for Jesus our Lord. As Jesus said in the Gospel of John, “The sheep that belong to me listen to my voice; I know them and they follow me.” Jesus knows each and every one of us. He continues to be among us and inspire us to turn to his ways. No matter how difficult we may be towards him, He will never treat us with indifference. He desires that all would turn to him and follow him. That is his mission for the universal church. And everyone is called to join his flock. God bless you all.
Deacon Jeremy Santoso
Christmas 2016



All  events and holy mass  will be held at the St. Mary’s Worship Center, Upper Coomera

Saturday, 24th December (CHRISTMAS EVE)

4.30pm –  Carol Singing   | 5:00  – Holy Mass 

9.30pm –  Carol Singing  | 10:00 pm –  Holy Mass 

Sunday 25th December 2016 (CHRISTMAS DAY)

7.30am Holy Mass

9.30am Holy Mass

Saturday, 31st December (NEW YEAR’S EVE)

6pm – Holy Mass 

Sunday 1st January 2017 (NEW YEAR’S DAY)

7.30am Mass  |  9am Mass | 5pm Mass 


Lenten Progam





Ash Wednesday – Mass at 7pm

Stations of the Cross – Every Friday at 7pm

Mass Times :


Christmas Message from Archbishop Mark Coleridge