Our Parish has ongoing costs and we welcome donations. If you wish to help support our Parish this is a great way to partake in Church Ministry. You may donate through netbank (details below), at the Parish office, or at Mass (please put your donation in an envelope available on the wall near the doors on the right side of the church). Please add your name as reference to your payment for our records when paying through netbank. 

Donations help support the sacramental formation and spiritual wellbeing of sixteen Aboriginal Catholic communities scattered far and wide across the Tanami and Simpson deserts. Cost include fuel, 4-wheel drive maintenance, food, liturgical needs, Bible translation, blankets and winter coats.

To help support the sacristy needs and liturgical life of the Parish. Example: sacramental wine, unleavened bread, candles, change of sacred vessels and liturgical books and garments.

To help support the dedicated volunteers who provide God’s hospitality by providing tea, coffee, biscuits and other social activities throughout the year.

Netbank reference: Parish Hospitality_your name

To help in the overall management of the presbytery including the basic needs of priests and help pay for utilities such as gas, power and water.

Ongoing Church Repairs and Maintenance
The Church building was blessed and opened in May 1969 and will constantly need essential structural repair costs.
Netbank reference: Church Maintenance_your name

Planned Giving Programme
The Parish relies heavily on regular contributions from members of the OLSH community to pay for the monthly expenses and upkeep associated with the Church and Presbytery. By committing to giving an amount regularly each week, by using the planned giving envelopes, parishioners can provide invaluable support to OLSH.  If you would like to consider joining planned giving programme, contact the Parish Office 

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Parish bank account details are as follows:
Bank: CBA
BSB: 067 950
Account: 000552

You can also donate via the official Diocese of Darwin webpage here