The Parish of

Portland

Churches

  • All Saints'

    115-117 Bentinck Street, Portland

  • St Gregory's

    2049 Princes Highway, Heywood

  • St Patrick's

    23 Lindsay Road, Dartmoor

Presbytery

Postal Address
PO Box 210
Portland  VIC  3305
Street Address
115-117 Bentinck Street Portland – entry via 8 Henty Street driveway at rear of church.
Phone
(03) 5523 1046


Email
portland@ballarat.catholic.org.au

Parish Office

Parish Office Hours

Monday & Tuesday OFFICE CLOSED

Wednesday & Thursday 9.00am till 3.00pm

Friday by prior arrangement with Fr Gregory

Mass Times

Portland                                                                                                             

Normal Weekday Masses                                                                                        
Tuesday  5.00pm
Wednesday 10.00am
Thursday 10.00am
Friday 10.00am
Saturday 6.00pm
Sunday 10.30am

Covid Safe Plan – All Saints Parish Parish Portland

 

All other enquiries contact
Rev Gregory A D  Tait
0475512530

Heywood
No Masses – until further notices
Dartmoor
No Masses – until further notice

Latest Parish Bulletin - 29 Sep 2022

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Our Parish

All Saints Parish Portland acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which our Parish Community meets, the Gunditjmara people. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of reconciliation and constitutional acknowledgement of first Nations Peoples.

Personnel

Parish Priest
Rev Gregory A D Tait
greg.tait@ballarat.catholic.org.au
Parish Secretary
Antonella Webbstock


Parish Safegaurding Officer
Christine McMahon

cmcmahon@asportland.catholic.edu.au

Catholic Schools
All Saints Parish Primary School


Mr Jamie Walsh
Principal
55233654

jwalsh@asportland.catholic.edu.au

Resources

Our Parish is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for people of all ages, with special concern for children, young people and vulnerable adults. This commitment is made in the spirit of Christ’s teachings on behalf the clergy, staff and volunteers who serve in the parish, schools, and other Catholic organisations in the Parish. The Diocese will respond to complaints of unprofessional conduct in ways that reflect nationally established standards and protocols and ensure adherence to applicable legislation. We are committed to providing ongoing pastoral support to any person affected by physical, emotional or sexual abuse by church personnel.

Child Safety Policy

Child Safety Code of Conduct

Child Safety Statement

Standard 1 of the Victorian Childsafe Standards

Aboriginal cultural safety—a conversation with Sherry Balcombe and Michael Chisholm I July 2022

 

Other Policies

Privacy Policy

Anti-Discrimination Policy

Data Security

Grievance Policy

Information Technology, Email and Internet

Occupational Health and Safety

Sexual Harassment Policy

Workplace Bullying Policy

Parish News

News
May 11, 2022
All Saints Parish Portland 175th Anniversary
Celebrations will be held over the weekend of August 27 & 28, 2022
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News
December 23, 2021
Christmas Eve Mass
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News
July 10, 2020
The “Loud Fence” at All Saints Parish
In response to the tying of ribbons by Bishop Paul Bird, Bishop of Ballarat, the Parish of All Saints Parish Portland has erected a “Loud Fence” at the front of the Parish Church in Bentinck St.
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News
August 2, 2016
150 Years Celebration of Mary Mackillop “Portland To Penola’s Plain”
A program of walking tours, open houses and a visit by Bishop Paul Bird marked the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of Mary Mackillop’s departure from Portland to Penola; where with Fr Julian Tenison-Woods she founded the Sisters of St Joseph in March 1866, eventually leading her on a path to sainthood.
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