Inverell Catholic Church

Sacred Heart Parish belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Armidale. We seek to bring people to Christ through Sacred Liturgy and Divine Worship. We live our lives founded upon the ancient Creed of the Church, which stretches back to the Apostles and is found in Holy Scripture. Our parish offers many forms of prayer and adoration and ways to serve our local community in charitable works. Holy Trinity School is our educational work and St Vincent De Paul Society is our charitable outreach. Whether you live in Inverell or are passing through, our parish warmly welcomes you.

Parish Mass Times

Contact Information

Sacred Heart Church Inverell
81 Vivian Street
(PO Box 107)
Inverell NSW 2360
Email: Contact Us
Parish Priest: Rev Fr Paul Chandler Adm., PhD


Sacred Heart Church Inverell
81 Vivian Street Inverell

Saturday 6.00pm (May to August: 5.30pm)
Sunday 9.00am

Weekday Mass Times published weekly in Parish Bulletin

Sacrament of Penance (Confession)

Sunday: 8.00am to 8.30am
Tuesday: 5.00pm to 5.30pm
Thursday: 1.00pm to 1.30pm
Friday: 5.00pm to 5.30pm
Saturday: 5.15pm to 5.45pm (May to August: 4.45pm to 5.15pm)
(and at any time upon request)


St. Mary Of The Angels
Oliver Street, Bundarra

2nd Saturday 3.30pm
(May to August: 3pm)


St. Patrick's
45 Duff Street, Ashford

3rd Saturday 3.30pm
(May to August: 3pm)


St. Francis Of Assissi
30 Ruby Street, Tingha

4th Saturday 3.30pm
(May to August: 3pm)


St. Joseph The Worker
Macintyre Street, Yetman

5th Saturday 3pm
(May to August: 2.30pm)

McLean Retirement Village

4th Thursday 10.00am

Latest Bulletins

Please have a look through our latest bulletins to see whats on and to get to know our friendly congregation.

The Sacred Heart Parish of INVERELL (which includes the parishioners of Sacred Heart Church - Inverell, St. Mary Of The Angels Church - Bundarra, Saint Patrick's Church - Ashford, Saint Francis of Assisi Church - Tingha, and St. Joseph The Worker Church - Yetman) is a community coming from many parts of the world. Those living in this beautiful part of Australia come from the Kamilaroi people, from Ireland and Scotland and other parts of Europe, from the Philippines, from India, from South America, and from Africa.

"There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” (St Paul to the Galatians 3:28)