St Agnes’ Catholic Parish

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RSS Wellness Day Brings Joy to Telepoint Community After Tough Year

RSS Wellness day brings joy to Telepoint Community after tough year The St Agnes’ Recovery Support Service (RSS) hosted its first Wellness Workshop at Telegraph Point on Sunday 3 April as another step in the community’s recovery process after last year’s floods.During the day, twenty-three people aged from 5 to 75 years participated in a range of activities designed [...]

April 14th, 2022|

Families welcomed at our 2023 Kindergarten Information Nights 

Families welcomed at our 2023 Kindergarten Information Nights Participation levels were once again high at the St Agnes' Catholic Parish Kindergarten Information Nights last week. It was wonderful to have both new parents and familiar faces attending in a new format this year, having an information night at each school over three nights. The schools did a [...]

March 30th, 2022|

Students infuse hope for flood victims by fun and colour

Students infuse hope for flood victims by fun and colour Year 6 students from St Peter's Primary School organised a colour dress up and fun activities day for the school on Wednesday 16 March, to raise funds for flood victims in the Lismore Diocese. Students were invited to come out of school uniform and dress up in ‘rainbow colours’ [...]

March 28th, 2022|

Ten School-based trainees complete induction before starting with Parish services

Ten School-based trainees complete induction before starting with Parish services Ten enthusiastic Year 11 School-based Trainees (SbATs) from Newman Senior Technical College (NSTC) commenced traineeships with the Parish last week and attended a specially designed trainee orientation and induction program at the Parish Administration Centre (PAC) on Thursday, 17 March. The day involved the formalities of signing [...]

March 24th, 2022|

Patrick receives the LaMattina Drum Scholarship

Patrick receives the LaMattina Drum Scholarship At the end of 2021, Mark Spence, Leader of Drums & Percussion St Joseph's Regional College was pleased to announce current Year 11 student, Patrick McGahon  as the first recipient of the LaMattina Drum Scholarship. John LaMattina was Mark’s first tutor many years ago back in Georgia, USA and has served as a [...]

March 15th, 2022|

Construction works begin on innovative dementia village

Construction works begin on innovative dementia village Construction works has commenced on regional NSW’s first Memory Support Village, an innovative concept that will address the pressing need for dementia care in Port Macquarie and surrounds. St Agnes’ Catholic Parish Chief Executive Officer Adam Spencer said the beginning of works is the realisation of years of planning to [...]

March 10th, 2022|

You can be part of this incredible effort

You can be part of this incredible effort Parish Priest Fr Paul and five incredible parish ocean swimmers have joined forces to fight the evil work of cancer. Together with prayer and endurance, the power of cancer is being challenged big time. Susan Eichorn (MacKillop College), Millie Letori (Parish Administration), Nicki Gray (MacKillop College), Beth Anderson (St [...]

February 16th, 2022|

Sharing Career Opportunities within our Community

Sharing Career Opportunities within our Community On 2 February, St Agnes’ Catholic Parish held the first of its Career Information Evenings at the Youth Hub Hall in Horton Street, Port Macquarie. There were 40 registrations for the event where attendees could find out more about the careers and training opportunities on offer at the Parish. After an [...]

February 8th, 2022|

Australia Day Award win reflects community commitment and resilience

Australia Day Award win reflects community commitment and resilience St Agnes’ Catholic Parish Flood Recovery Group has won a 2022 Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Australia Day Award in the Community Group of the Year category. The Award is recognition for the Group’s work in supporting the local community in recovering from the severe flooding across the Port Macquarie/Hastings [...]

January 26th, 2022|

Kick off your shoes and take to the green for a good cause!

Kick off your shoes and take to the green for a good cause! St Agnes' Catholic Parish Recovery Support Services, Port Macquarie Sunrise Rotary and Port City Bowling Club are hosting a Barefoot Bowls fundraising evening for the flood-affected communities of Telegraph Point and surrounds on Friday 18 February. The event aims to raise funds to help [...]

January 24th, 2022|

Better late than never for Kids’ Fun day at Kendall

Better late than never for Kids’ Fun day at Kendal The Kendall Family Fun Day, sponsored by the St Agnes Recovery Support Service (RSS), originally scheduled to run in November last year, was finally able to bring a few smiles to the kids at Kendall Showground on Saturday January 8. Julie King, Manager of the St Agnes [...]

January 22nd, 2022|

St Agnes’ Catholic Parish Flood Recovery Group nominated for Australia Day award

St Agnes’ Catholic Parish Flood Recovery Group nominated for Australia Day award All volunteers and staff that comprise the St Agnes’ Catholic Parish flood recovery effort have been nominated for the Community Group category to receive a Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Australia Day award. The 2022 Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Australia Day Awards recognise those in the community who [...]

January 17th, 2022|
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