Good Shepherd Parish

42 Streich Avenue, Kelmscott

Weekend Mass

8:30am - Sunday (Latin Tridentine Mass), 10:00am & 6:00pm - Sunday (English)

6:00pm - Saturday (English) 8:00pm (Neo-Cathecumenal Way)

Weekday Mass

8:00am - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday

6:30pm - Thursday

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

8:30am - 9:30am every Wednesday after 8:00 am mass followed by Benediction at 09:30 am


5:00pm to 6:00pm - Saturday

Parish Priest

Rev Fr Pavol Herda

Parish Secretary

Mrs Sandra Quadros


Places of worship have been identified by WA Government to maintain a mandatory contact register. Any person aged 16 years and over is required to register their contact details when attending the church. Records are not required to be collected for children under 16 years. If you have the Safe WA App you must scan the QR code as you enter the church. Alternatively, you must provide your name and contact number on the sign-in sheets provided. Information will be kept in a secure location for no longer than 28 days, as required. If you are unwell or have any symptoms or cold or flu, stay at home.

Upon entering, sterilize your hands using the hand sanitizer provided.

While family groups will be able to sit together, a distance of 2 square meters between a family group and the next person needs to be observed. After each WEEKDAY Mass and WEEKEND Mass, please assist in sanitizing the church by wiping the pews.

If you are a group or ministry coordinator, ensure your group or ministry members are aware of the requirement to follow these regulations. Together, we can ensure that our church is a safe place for our whole community, especially our very elderly and vulnerable community members.

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Have you ever thought of joining a Bible Study Group but just never got around to it?

Is God calling you to explore your faith a little further? Well, now's your chance.

Our parish is running a Bible Study Group every Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 8:30 pm at the Parish Centre.

St Jerome's famous quote is "IGNORANCE OF SCRIPTURE, IS IGNORANCE OF CHRIST" (Jerome, Prologue of the commentary on Isaiah: n. 1, CCL 73).

How many of us would know the name of Adam & Eve's 3rd son? Some ask do we really need to know? If we don't know him, then how can we say we know Noah or Abraham? Also do we have any knowledge of the Babylonian Empire, or why God favoured the Israelites, the Chosen people? Knowing Scripture really does help us to get to know God more deeply, and who would think that Jesus and the Holy Spirit were there with God in the creation of the world? Nathanael said to Phillip, “Can anything good come out of Nazareth"? Why did he say that?

Applying the Scriptures to our everyday life can be a daunting task, but it is much easier when you aren't doing it alone. At Bible study, you will have an opportunity to build lasting friendships in Christ through praying and sharing the Word of God together. We hope to see you there!

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