Reconciliation Church

The Reconciliation Church, whilst in the boundaries of the Parish of St Andrew’s at Malabar, is one of the two sites of the Aboriginal Catholic Ministry. The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney appoints a Chaplain to support the ministry, the Chaplain is also assisted by visiting priests on a monthly basis to help with Masses. The Church is open 10 am to 3 pm Monday to Friday and at other times by prior arrangement. Eucharist is held on the first Sunday of the month, or as per our website, and this Mass is followed by a light lunch.

The ACM also offers sacramental programs for the children of our community. At the Reconciliation Church, we acknowledge days of significance, for example, National Sorry Day and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday.

One of the treasures of the Reconciliation Church is our Stations of the Cross painted by renowned artist Richard Campbell. 

Everyone is welcome to celebrate Masses, liturgies and prayer services as part of the Reconciliation Church. Tours can be organised by contacting our Administration Officer.

Our Masses 

(Mass begins at 11 am and everyone is invited to share a light lunch afterwards.



7th February
7th March
11th April
2nd May
6th June
4th July Aboriginal Sunday
1st August
5th September
17th October (Outdoor Mass)
7th November
12th December


Sacremental Programs



First Holy Communion


Sacrament of the Sick

Catholic Funeral Preparation