The Parish of
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart
18 Box Street, Merbein
All enquiries to the Mildura Parish Office,
PO Box 10037
Mildura Vic 3502
|Phone: (03) 5021 2872
Mildura Parish Presbytery: This number is to be used if a priest is needed urgently, ph. 0417 862 082. All other general enquiries to be directed to the Parish Office.
Please refer to current Parish Bulletin for times of Masses
|Please abide by the COVID Staying Safe Rules
Masks now do not need to be worn in church but if you wish you can continue to wear them.
Use the hand sanitizer.
If you are feeling unwell please stay home.
Latest Parish Bulletin - 26 May 2023Read More View Archives
On 11th December, 1927, Bishop Foley of Ballarat opened and blessed the red brick building Merbein parishioners built as a dual purpose building that could be used as a school during the week and a church on Sundays.
The cream brick church of today was built in 1956. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Merbein was Blessed and Opened on Sunday, April 8th 1956.
In 1932, Werrimull became a parish and Our Lady of Lourdes Church was built in 1933.
In 1965, Werrimull became part of the Merbein Parish and in more recent times is now a part of the Mildura Parish.
|Parish Priest from 01/06/2020
Fr Matthew Thomas
(Resident in Mildura).
Fr Matthew is also Parish Priest of Mildura and Red Cliffs.
|Parish Council Chairman
Merbein Vic 3505
Catholic Primary School
|Sunraysia (Merbein, Mildura, Red Cliffs)|
Children Young People and Adults at Risk Safety Policy Dec 22
Commitment Statement to the Safety of Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults
Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Code of Conduct
If You See Something Which Concerns You
Feel Safe and Be Safe at our Church Poster
Rights and Responsibilities Poster
Standard 1 of the Victorian Childsafe Standards
Aboriginal cultural safety—a conversation with Sherry Balcombe and Michael Chisholm I July 2022