CDFPay for Parishes is now available. For those on Credit Card or Direct Debit, your payments continue as normal. For those on envelopes or wanting to make a special donation, you can support the parish with this new form of online collections. You can make one-off or recurring donations.
You can donate to the Parish Thanksgiving (to support the Church and its works) and/or Presbytery (support of our Parish Priest). If you have an Envelope Number, please put this number in the notes section so that we can allocate your donation.
If you are experiencing hardship and need to vary your thanksgiving contributions, please contact the parish on 9701 5899 or email email@example.com. Click the Support Our Parish button above to make your donation. Thank You.
This time of the year is when we normally update our Parish Census details, but it is more difficult this year with the return to Level 3 Restrictions.
During these Level 3 restrictions we have discovered just how important our census database is when we have not been able to gather together as a faith community. Sadly, we have discovered many incorrect phone numbers and email addresses which has hampered our efforts to remain in touch with many of our parishioners. If you are new to Resurrection Parish, or if you think any of your details have changed since our last Census update in 2019, (new address, new family member, landline phone number no longer active, new mobile number or just haven’t completed a card recently), please complete the attached census card. You can either scan the completed card and return it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or optionally, print the card and drop it into the purple letterbox in front of the Parish centre where they will be passed on to Peter for processing. Remember, in these difficult times, that our census database is the only record we have of our parishioners and how to keep in contact with you.
All information you provide on a census card is treated confidentially by the Parish. Our Standard Collection Notice for privacy is also attached for your information.
#11 UPDATE: GENERAL GUIDELINES COVID-19 Implications for the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne Information Updated: Wednesday 8 July 5.00pm
“Good afternoon Bishops, Fathers, Deacons and Colleagues,
This is a very brief message to you all regarding this afternoon’s announcement from the Premier regarding new restriction levels across metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire.
Before sending updated Guidelines to you, we are waiting for clear directives as to the boundaries certain Parishes will fall under for the return to Level 3 Restrictions.
For those who sit clearly within metropolitan postcodes along with those in Mitchell Shire, Level 3 states:
If you live in a restricted postcode you cannot attend a religious service. Online streaming of a service is allowed.
Weddings in restricted postcodes can have a maximum of five people (the couple, two witnesses and the celebrant). You can travel to a wedding outside a restricted postcode. The restrictions apply based on the location of the wedding.
Funerals held in restricted postcodes will be restricted to 10 mourners plus people required to conduct the funeral. You can travel to a funeral outside a restricted postcode. The restrictions apply based on the location of the funeral.
Churches in restricted postcodes are closed for private worship or religious ceremonies (except for live streaming, Weddings and Funerals as directed).
Resurrection parish will continue to record Masses and post them on our social Media ( links at the top of this page)
Keysborough Learning Centre
Keysborough Learning Centre (KLC): Receptionist position
A Receptionist and Admin Assistant role will become available following internal promotions in July.
This position is envisaged as a full time role, Mon-Fri, at KLC’s main reception, 402 Corrigan Road, Keysborough.
Working within a community team and reporting to the Operations Manager, the overall responsibilities include:
To provide reception and administrative services to the Centre
To project a positive image as first point of contact
To support volunteers, students, program participants and clients who come to KLC
A Position Description is available to be emailed upon request.
Expressions of interest should be emailed by 8 August 2020 to the General Manager: GM@klckeys.com.au
An interview by panel will be offered to short-listed candidates for appointment in August, subject to any government restrictions around COVID19.
KLC is a Neighbourhood House community organization, providing a wide variety of educational and community programs.
KLC is an RTO, is a registered charity with the ACNC, has DGR status with the ATO, and is auspiced by Resurrection Parish Keysborough.
KLC’s website is www.klckeys.com.au