Salisbury Catholic Parish
Salisbury Catholic Parish Archdiocese of Adelaide


Salisbury Catholic Parish is a vibrant parish in the northern suburbs of the Archdiocese of Adelaide. We are a welcoming community, and through our website you can learn about the many people who make up our Catholic community, gathered from different lands and languages.

We are a community united in our Catholic Faith. We seek to share this faith with each other and with our children. We are centred in the Eucharist, and in our website you can learn our schedules for the celebration of the Eucharist. You will find the many ways in which we bring the Eucharist with those who are sick in hospitals or at home.
And we are a community which embraces the Spirit and Nature of all God's People. If you are new to our area, please become part of our community, bringing your own unique spirit to share in God's Spirit.

[Fr Roderick]


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(21 August 2016)

Dear parishioners,

Planning for Our Future

In May Father Roderick advised that the Parish had started considering the future building and facility needs of the Parish, as some facilities are very old and worn. He also advised that appropriately qualified and experienced arishioners would be invited to form a Parish Building Committee. The role of this committee being to identify and make recommendations about building and facility needs, and the best and most cost effective way to address those needs. Should this lead to a building project then this committee would also oversee this.

This committee has been formed, with the following parishioners involved.

Father Roderick, Father Shibu, Anne Blake, Lyra Angeles, Albert Montgomery, Tony Franklin, Paul Hawkes and Kevin Blake. Father Roderick has appointed Kevin Blake as the Chair of this committee.

The committee has met three times and identified the following as the building and facility needs of the Parish.

a. Replace the Green Door and Red Room and associated spaces, kitchen, St Vincent de Paul and other storage, toilets, cemetery/grounds maintenance garage and Fred’s van garage. (Stage A)
b. Build a new facility to replace the old part of the current Parish Office. The newer part of the Parish Office, which was built in 1997 would remain and the rest of the old building would be demolished. (Stage B)

Based on priorities, indicative costings and what the Parish can afford, the committee has recommended that any initial building project should focus on Stage A only.

Architect Andrew Kirkbride has prepared concept designs aimed at addressing Stage A and at a combined meeting of the Parish Pastoral Council and the Administration and Finance Committee on Wednesday the 17th of August, approval was given for the Building Committee to proceed with planning for a building project as identified in Stage A.

We will keep you informed of progress as we aim to ensure that our parish buildings and facilities are appropriate for our needs.

Kevin Blake
Chair, Parish Building Committee [17 August 2016]



Parish Bulletin: (21 August 2016) 

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