Belgrave Parish

Regular Parish Mass Times

St Thomas More
17 Reynolds ln Belgrave VIC3160

  • Sunday 9.00am

Sacred Heart
Main Road Gembrook VIC3783

  • Sunday 9.00am

St Joseph's
Cnr Emerald-Monbulk& Cornish Roads Emerald VIC3782

  • Saturday 6.00pm Vigil

St Paul's
Moores Road Monbulk VIC3793

  • Sunday 11.00am

Saturday 9.30 -10.00 a.m. at St. Thomas More’s, Belgrave and otherwise upon request

Parish Address
17 Terry Ave
VIC 3160 Australia
Postal Address
PO Box 100
VIC 3160
Contact Parish Office
Phone: (03) 9754 2141
Fax: (03) 9754 4118
Parish Information
 Marriages and Baptisms by appointment.
Administrator: Rev Geoffrey McIlroy
Parish Staff
Parish Secretary: Helen Surman

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