St Peter's and St Mary of the Cross Mackillop Parish Epping/Epping North
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St Peter's
13 Davisson Street Epping 3076
Rev. Anh Nguyen
9401 6300
Mon-Tue, 9am-3pm, Wed 9am-1pm, Fri 9am-1pm

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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C 17 November 2019

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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C 10 November 2019

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31st Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C 3 November 2019

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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C 27th October 2019

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Victorian Child Safety Standards

In conjunction with the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne and the 2016 Victorian Child Safe Standards, the Catholic Parish of Epping-Epping North has complied with the guideline recommendations. All documentations are available on the 'POLICY'  page of this website.’

Important Information for Ministry Volunteers

Important Information for our Readers, Leaders, Special Ministers and Children’s Liturgy Leaders To assist in the on-going compliance of our Parish volunteers are required to read, sign and return a CHILD SAFETY CODE OF CONDUCT [Safeguarding Children and Young People].. Copies of this document are available in the foyer of church for you to read and sign.... You can also download a copy from this home page In addition to this it is important that you provide a copy of your current Working With Children Check for Parish files via email, post or in person.  When applying for the WWCC please state you will be volunteering at St Peter's Parish Epping.

CHILD SAFETY CODE OF CONDUCT - Update

CHILD SAFETY CODE OF CONDUCT - At our Parish we hold the care, safety and wellbeing of children and young people as a central and fundamental responsibility of our parish. Our commitment is drawn from the teaching and mission of Jesus Christ, with love, justice and sanctity of each human person. For our parish to be a child safe parish, we have established a  child safety committee and this committee has attended meetings given by CatholicCare to inform  themselves on how best to make our parish child safe. A child safe policy has been established and is available for all parishioners to view in the foyer of the church and on the parish website. We have a Code of Conduct Statement with an acknowledgement that is required to be signed by all parishioners involved in any activity at the parish.   We have set procedures and methods of reporting in case of any suspected child abuse. We have also established a risk management checklist for all ministry groups to review at every meeting.  You will also notice we have included on the Parish newsletter a logo promoting a child safe environment.  Child safety is a very serious matter and should be included in all parish discussions and meetings on how best to minimise any child’s risk in feeling safe at all times. Child Safety is a partnership we will all need to be involved in. 

We are committed to a safe and nurturing culture for all children in our Church

 

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Our Parish is Committed to creating and Maintaining a Child Safe Environment

Our Parish recognises the Aboriginal heritage of this country and acknowledges the Wurundjeri Willum Clan as the traditional owners of this place.

 

St Mary of the Cross Mackillop
Cnr Redding Rise and Farmhousr Blv Epping North
St Peters Parish
13 Davisson Street, Epping VIC 3076
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