Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church



There will be additions to this new website in coming months. Meantime, please don’t hesitate to be in touch for any inquiry.

Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Parish welcomes people new to the area, regular worshippers or those who’ve been away for a while, as well as people of any story or faith background. We all belong in God’s mission of goodness.


With friendship - Fr Paul Roberts and team

Weekly Mass Times & Reconciliation

Weekday Masses

Wednesday and Friday 6:30am

Monday to Friday 9:15am
Rosary every Friday night at 7:30pm in the Church

Weekend Masses

Saturday 5:00pm (live-streamed)
Sunday 7:00am / 8:30am / 10:30am / 6:00pm

Special Monthly Masses - All Welcome

First Saturdays 10.30am - Mass for Peace - followed by Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick

Last Tuesdays 7.00pm - Remembering Loved Ones (public mention of 1st anniversary and recent loss)


Saturday 4:00pm – 4:45pm


As a parish team we look forward to supporting you however we are able as you prepare and guide your children in the next steps of their sacramental lives of faith. Explore the sacraments and their preparation times for this year by clicking below and to enroll.

Diocesan News

Rediscovering the Trinity as beauty

The Trinity is a mystery but before anything else, it is the beauty of the love between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit imprinted on all of creation and the web of relationships it creates. To restore our vision and see the imprint of the Trinity on all creation, we must see our connectedness – to God, to creation, and to all of humanity. [...]

Cardinal Czerny: Seafarers face ‘injustice, exploitation, and inequality’

In a message for Sea Sunday, Cardinal Michael Czerny writes that seafarers experience the “boundless beauty” of the seas, as well as their “physical, spiritual, and social darkness”. [...]

Fr Kevin Medilo appointed to new leadership role in the Philippines

  Fr Kevin Medilo SM, the popular Parish Priest at St Andrew the Apostle Parish, in Marayong, who has been a strong advocate for migrants and refugees and a member of the diocesan Interfaith Commission, has left to take up a new position as head of his congregation in the Philippines and Thailand. Fr Kevin was appointed District Superior of the Marist Fathers in the Philippines and Thailand at the beginning of June while still the priest at Marayong, but returned to Davao City, in the Philippines, at the beginning of July to start the role full time. His appointment… [...]


Parish Priest: Fr. Paul Roberts

Parish Office: 198 Old Prospect Road, Greystanes, NSW 2145

(02) 9631 8135 | Emergency 0447 509 207

Parish Office Hours:
Monday to Friday: 9am – 1pm I 2pm – 4pm

Email: parishoffice@olqp.org.au