Welcome to SSPP

Love and Peace of Our Lord Be With You

While we are in lockdown, the following activities and mass will be made available to parishioners over Zoom:

  • Weekday morning Mass, Tues to Sat, at 9:00am followed by rosary.
  • Spirituality in the Home (SitH) – Questions of Faith, every Wed 7:30pm. On 13th Oct, we will explore the question of “What’s Your Burden”.
  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, every Friday, 7:00 – 7:30pm
  • Weekend masses on Saturday, 6:00pm and Sunday, 10:00am. Rosary to follow after 10.00am Mass on Sunday.

We invite you to gather as a family to pray with this short reflection video for the coming Sunday if you are unable to join us for weekend mass.

Take the way of the Gospel

Archbishop Peter is calling on laypeople and clergy in the Archdiocese of Melbourne to consider how might we invite people into the fullness of the Gospel of life, and do so with a renewed sense of vibrancy and vitality. Meetings between the Archdiocese and parish representatives and clergy have commenced and parishes have been encouraged to engage in discussions as a community to discern how we might re-imagine our parish community as part of a Mission.
Click here to read Frank Smit’s report when he represented our parish at the meeting with Archdiocese on 12 May 2021.

Welcome to Ss Peter and Paul’s Parish, Doncaster East

Thank you for visiting our site, which we hope has been informative and easy to navigate. Information about service times, parish office details and child safe policy are on our homepage, while that on our sacramental services and parish groups and events can be accessed via tabs at the top of the page.
Situated the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, and an easy 30 minutes drive from the city via the Eastern Freeway, our parish offers our congregation pastoral and social supports for the various age groups, including children’s liturgy at mass for the young, sacramental classes for the primary school aged, youth group, parish celebrations and womens’ and mens’ social groups. Our parish leadership team is also continually looking at ways to engage the community and help grow its faith and mission.
We warmly welcome you to connect with us in the way that suits you – viewing our digital resources including our weekend masses, visiting us, emailing or calling us. If you have recently moved into the area or started attending the parish, we invite you to click on the census box below and fill in the census form so that we can reach out to you to introduce ourselves and provide you with more details of our parish and activities.
Faith makes us walk with Jesus on the roads of this world, in the certainty that the power of His Spirit will bend the forces of evil, subjecting them to the power of God’s love.” – @ Pontifex Jul 6 2020
May the love and peace of our Lord be with and in you. Amen.

Joint Parish Safeguarding Children and Young People Policy

We thank all our volunteers who have already provided our office with your Working With Children’s Check details, and your signed Declaration to abide by our Safeguarding Children and Young People Code of Conduct.
For those who have yet to do so due to the pandemic, we will very much appreciate if you can provide our office with both documents at your earliest convenience.
Further details of our policy and the Declaration form can be found at Child Safety Page. Please contact our parish office if you need any assistance.

SSPP Parish Events


Mass Time

Mon 9:00am – Communion service
Tues 9:00am – Mass
Wed 9:00am – Communion service
Thu  9:00am – Mass
Fri   9:00am – Communion service
Sat  9:00am – Mass
       6:00pm – Vigil Mass
Sun 8:00am & 11:15am – Mass
Divine Mercy Devotion resumes every 1st Friday of the month at 7.30pm.

Parish Office Hours

[Our office is closed during lockdown. Staff remains contactable via email.]
Monday – 9am to 5pm
Tuesday – 9am to 3pm
Wednesday – 9am to 3pm
Thursday – 9am to 5pm
Friday – 9am to 4pm

What’s New

Synod of Bishops – Sunday, October 17, dioceses around the world will launch local preparations for the Synod. The Catholic Church in Australia will invite the People of God to make submissions that will help the Bishops develop a national report on the theme For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation and Mission. Find out more here
Mental Health Week, 9-16 October 2021.
Please click here to read a Mental Health Reflection from Neal Murphy. Neal is a parish catechist at OLOP, a counsellor and a Mental Health First Aid Facilitator. He provides wonderful support for people with mental health challenges.
Leading a missionary parish: Signs of hope in Melbourne – Join in for the session on Thursday 21 October, 7.30–8.45pm. Registration via www.trybooking.com/BUCSW


Communion at Home [on hold during lockdown & restrictions]
During this pandemic, parishioners who are unable to attend mass in person, and wish to receive communion at home, please contact the parish office to leave your contact details. Our pastoral worker will then be in touch to make the arrangements.
Bible-sharing Group, Wed 10:30am Parish meeting room [cancelled during lockdown]
Our weekly bible-sharing group resumes on Wed 21st Apr. Members spend time reading and reflecting on a bible passage and its divine message each week, and share their reflections after. Everyone is welcome and invited to join if available.
Youth Alive in the Spirit, Mon, 8pm over Zoom
Youths aged 10 years and above are invited to join in this weekly session to pray and learn more about our faith. Please see newsletter for login in details.