Presentation Congregation Queensland supports people seeking asylum Mercy Community Services (MCS) extends its sincere thanks to the Presentation Congregation Queensland for partnering with MCS in support of the Romero Centre. Sr Marlette Black pbvm, Congregation leader, said the Presentation Congregation Queensland was delighted to enter into a mission partnership with
Veridia becomes a Bronze Champion Partner We are extremely pleased to announce that Veridia has partnered with Mercy Community Services in support of Romero Centre by becoming a Bronze Champion Partner. Veridia has a strong commitment to making a difference in the community and their support of Romero Centre will
Amazing event is sold out! “A night of Spices, Stories & Sacrifices” is a unique event being held to celebrate cultures, share a meal and discuss the journey of people seeking asylum. We are thrilled to announce that the community has strongly rallied together and tickets have sold out! More
Love NOT War concert coming up! Exciting news for lovers of folk music! Magda Commuity Artz is hosting Love Not War, a Folk @ Magda’s concert. This special event will bring together some of the most loved and renowned folk musicians! This will be a wonderful mix of amazing folk
Generosity in the spirit of Mercy The Mercy Community Services’ Romero Centre would like to extend our greatest thanks to the Sisters of Mercy and the Staff at the Brisbane Congregation Office. This week, as part of their Mercy Day celebrations, they collected food and hygiene items for people seeking asylum
UPDATE: SOLD OUT! We are super excited to announce that the amazing team from Glam It Up For Charity 2017 and Mums 4 Refugees have made this a SOLD OUT event. It’s going to be amazing and we can’t wait to feel the energy of so many wonderful people and see
Come along and enjoy a night of trivia, fun and laughter! Trivia Night: Thursday, 25 May, 2017 at 6.00pm Location: New Farm Bowls Club, Brunswick Street, New Farm, QLD 4005 View Map Tickets: $20 or $17 (early bird or concession) – available at the door but you can buy tickets online here now!
Please join us on Tuesday 21 March from 10am-2pm at Romero Centre (22 Dutton Street, Dutton Park) for an Open Day. There will be a variety of activities throughout the day including an art show with works created by refugees and people seeking asylum, and midday guest speakers reflecting on
Mercy Community Services’ Movie Night fundraising event saw almost 70 people gathered at Palace Centro Cinemas yesterday evening for a special screening of Hidden Figures to help raise funds for the organisation’s Romero Centre, which supports families, individuals and children facing complicated challenges while seeking asylum and living in Brisbane.