Services

The ACM Sydney provides a range of services including:

Funerals

We can assist in several ways to help families prepare for the funeral of their loved ones. Some of the things we can do include arranging a Priest or celebrant as well as a Church, advising on the Mass /funeral service and liaising with the funeral directors.

For help with funerals please call 02 9311 0918 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sacramental Program

As well as Funerals we also offer a Baptism program.

Maria is baptised

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Masses and Liturgies

The ACM holds two monthly 'Aboriginal' Masses.

First sunday of the month is at the Reconciliation Church at La Perouse.

Third Sunday of the month is at St Mary's Erskineville. Please check here for dates.

We can also organise or advise on incorporating Aboriginal content into your Mass or Liturgy.

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Prayer Material and other resources

We provide culturally appropriate prayer material and other resources to support activities in parishes, schools and social justice groups. We will also produce material for specific celebrations such as Reconciliation week and NAIDOC week. Click here to find out more.

Workshops

The ACM can deliver workshops on a range of relevant topics. Click here to find out more.

Social Justice Issues

The ACM produces analysis and background information on key social justice issues affecting Aboriginal people. Click here to find out more.

Consultancy

The ACM has a wealth of experience in working with Aboriginal people and helping organisations develop tailored programs on a range of areas. 

To enquire about ACM services please call 02 9311 0918 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

God has asked us to love Him with our whole mind, heart and soul. So I must give myself to God as an Aboriginal. That is what God wants or else he would not have made me what I am. Really it is the only way I can go about it.

Australia's first Aboriginal Catholic Deacon, Boniface Perdjert, Port Keats