Sacred Heart Parish



Welcome to Sacred Heart Luddenham-Warragamba Parish.

Part of the Western Deanery in the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta, our Parish is approximately 50km west of Sydney and about 20km south of Penrith. It is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, near the confluence of the Nepean and Warragamba Rivers. The Parish takes its name from the Warragamba River and Dam which is the main water storage for the City of Sydney.


There are four churches within our Parish area:

Sacred Heart Church, Warragamba

Sacred Heart Church, Warragamba


Holy Family Church, Luddenham


St Mary's Church, Mulgoa


St Francis Xavier Church, Greendale

Weekly Mass Times & Reconciliation

Sacred Heart Church

16-18 Weir Road, Warragamba

Wednesday 9:00am (Mass)
Sunday 9:30am (Mass)

Holy Family Church

Lot 32 Willowdene Avenue, Luddenham

Friday 9:30am (Mass)
Eucharistic Adoration from 8.30am
Saturday 9:00am (Mass)
Saturday 5:30pm (Vigil)
Sunday 7:30am (Mass)


3rd Sunday of Month 11.00am Italian Mass
4th Saturday of Month 7.30pm Spanish Mass

St. Mary's Church

1262 Mulgoa Road, Mulgoa

Thursday 7:00am (Mass)

It is not necessary to register for weekday Masses or Vigil or 7.30am Sunday Mass however it is still necessary to register for 9.30am Sunday Mass at Warragamba

Diocesan News

Nurturing a child’s cultural heritage

Are your children shy about their cultural heritage? Our educators in the Diocese of Parramatta have some tips to keep children connected with this part of their lives. [...]

News & Events Weekly Update

News and Events across the Diocese of Parramatta and beyond [...]

Glenbrook Parish recognising past, present and future

On Sunday 25 September, the patronal feast day of St Finbar’s, Glenbrook, parishioners young and old gathered for a joyous Mass and community celebration for the 110th anniversary of its first parish church. [...]

Unity and shared dreams amongst new Interfaith Commission

On Sunday 18 September 2022 at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Parramatta, Bishop Vincent Long OFM Conv, Bishop of Parramatta, celebrated and commissioned 13 passionate Catholics into the Diocesan Interfaith Commission to lead and continue the way to deeper interfaith dialogue and connection. [...]

‘Dear friends’ – Bishop Vincent’s Homily from 25 September 2022

Bishop Vincent's Homily for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C, the 108th World Day of Migrants and Refugees and the 110th anniversary of the first church opening at St Finbar's Parish, Glenbrook Time to realign to God’s vision, to change and to live differently 25 September 2022 [...]

Education Mass reunites Catholic schools across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains

After two years of being held virtually, the Education Mass and Mission Agency Expo reunited Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) representatives to connect in shared faith and translate it into swift and practical action. [...]

A reflection for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees

World Migrant and Refugee Sunday encourages us to ask how we can build a better future together. There are many ways in which we can give to refugees our time, our resources, our voice and our heart. [...]

Sustainable gardening harvests a strong community

The Season of Creation coincides with our Australian Spring weather. In Blacktown, a group of gardeners are sustainably growing their favourite vegetables and following the call to care for each other and our common home. [...]

Holy Family
Primary Luddenham

Holy Family Primary School, Luddenham, serves the children and families of the Sacred Heart Parish of Luddenham-Warragamba.

In partnership with the parish and community, Holy Family Primary strives to provide quality education in the Catholic tradition. Its vision reflects partnership, community and the development of a learning environment which supports all in realising their potential.

Contact Us

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Lot 32 Willowdene Avenue, Luddenham 

PO Box 56, Luddenham NSW 2745 


Phone: (02) 4773 4321

Mobile: 0487 770 615

Fax: (02) 4773 4303


Parish Office Hours:

Tuesday to Friday, 9:00am - 3:30pm