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Perpetual Adoration


Perpetual Eucharistic Exposition

St Elizabeth’s Chapel

Perpetual Adoration is the practice of the continual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament twenty-four hours every day. This is often done by way of exposition, meaning the Blessed Sacrament is solemnly exposed inside a receptacle called a monstrance. In this manner, our Lord is constantly adored, and prayer is perpetually being made to God.

A roster of volunteers who sign up for a specific hour each week, ensures there is always someone keeping watch before the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, which cannot be left unaccompanied. This also allows for visitors to come and pray at any time of the day or night. Visitors are required to register as a casual adorer so that you may receive the access code.

Perpetual Exposition began in our parish at St Elizabeth’s Chapel, Tarragindi in 2020. It is run by a committee of lay volunteers.

To become a permanent or casual adorer please contact the St Elizabeth’s Perpetual Adoration Team on 0492 987 132 or

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    61 Effingham Street, Tarragindi 4121