8.30 AM – 9.30 AM
11.30 AM – 12.30 PM
Monday – Friday
Time: 6.30 – 7.00 PM
Time: 7.00 – 7.30 AM
Thursday (Holy Hour)
Time: 7.30 – 8.30 PM, followed by Daily Mass at 8.30 – 9.00 PM
Weekly Intercessory Prayers Every Tuesday after the daily mass
Feast Days & Other Services
• Please note that the Times of Services is subject to change. For confirmation on the timings, please refer to the latest parish bulletin.
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May I know if donation to St. Simon Likas can be included for personal tax exemption from IRB? Please reply to the provided email address. Thank you very much and God bless🙏
Hi Philip, sorry but I was not able to trace your email address. We referred your enquiry with the parish treasurer, and he said donation to the parish can’t be included for personal income tax exemption from IRB. Thanks and God bless.
Hi,may I know what time the ash wednesday mass tomorrow?
The Ash Wednesday mass is at 7.30pm tomorrow.
Hello.. May I know what language during morning & evening mass?
Hello Carol, all masses at St Simon are celebrated in English, except on Malaysia Day Mass. 🙂
Hi, what time the mass will start tonight (All Saints Day Mass)?
Dear Lyne, apologies for the late reply. In future, you may refer to the parish bulletin on the mass schedule. God bless.
Is there any All Souls mass?I can’t find it in the bulletin only All Saints on eve 31st October 2019. Thank you.
Dear Frederick, yes, there is All Souls Day Mass, which is at 5pm on Nov 2 (Saturday).
I relish the experience attending Evening Mass Services at St Simon Likas… The 6 pm services at the close of a busy weekday allows the spirit and the soul and the mind to contemplate the events of the day and restoration before lying down on bed every night which potentially is always the last night full earth before one meets His Maker if he is worthy. The homily of Father Cosmas delivered whenever He presides is short but precise and like a vitamin pill potent and full of enriching goodness.. Sufficient nourishment for the day. To me the Mass and its sacrifice was well explained by a Pentecostal American who gave a video presentation of a man bringing his best sheep to be sacrificed at the Temple.. The video was a cartoon but moments before its slaughter one could observe the tears in the eyes of the sheep and the sheep owner bringing his best to be offered to God. From that moment I understood the Mass and the sacrifice it is and requires since the Old Testament is a representation of the New. Everytime we go to Mass we bring our Lord the best Sheep to be sacrificed at the altar and like that video tears would fall down your eyes if you understood what you are doing. Protestant apologetics is no match for the high drama that takes place at every Mass. Life without sacrifice is like eating meat without salt. So it does not really matter what is the politics of the Parish Council or how well the choir sings or if the fans or aircon does not work too well or the Priest take too long to deliver His Homily… Every Mass is high drama and ultimate sacrifice in Heaven and Earth.. It took a Pentecostal theologian to reveal that to me a d he himself understood not what he spoke.. Catholicism is the ultimate form of Christianity…. And the Mass is the greatest sacrifice on Earth as it is in Heaven.. Father Cosmas in his almost perfect celebration of the Mass and striving for faultless detail brings out a great revelation understanding of the Mass like the priests who served in the Holies of Holies and those who lacked the reverence demanded were struck to death when they touched the Ark of the Covenant….. I just hope the Choir of St Simon would sing more contemporary hymns and music at Sunday services…. MARCEL JUDE JOSEPH.. 1ST DAY OF JANUARY 2019
We thank you for sharing your positive experience of the Eucharistic celebration at St Simon, especially for the experiencing the Mystery of the Lord’s Saving Sacrifice. We are doing our best, within much constrain, to try to select hymns whose music genre and lyrics are least inconsistent with what Mother Church considers appropriate for the celebration of the liturgy, whether traditional or contemporary. Most contemporary hymns are destined for personal devotion, “Praise and Worship” and similar, not for use during the liturgy or Mass. In fact, Mother Church considers liturgical music as those that sing the GIVEN TEXTS in the Roman Missal for the particular celebration of the day.
Once again thank you!
SHalom. Can u send me time mass christmas eve (24/12/18) & christmas day
Shalom Mj, sorry for the late reply. The Christmas services schedule is available in the e-bulletin, for your future reference. Merry Christmas!
Shalom…is there a mass for the Feast of Immaculate Conception in St.Simon? 🙂
Shalom Wiwi, apologies for the late reply… the parish does not have Sunset Masses or services on Saturdays, so we did not have the Mass last week.
Hello..saturday sunset what time?
Shalom Stella, there is no Saturday Sunset Mass at St Simon ya. 🙂
Hello, friday mass is around 5.00 pm or 6.30 pm?
The All Souls Day Mass tomorrow (Friday) is at 7.30pm.
Could someone please tell me the time for Christmas Day morning mass? This is probably my first visit to the church. Thanks in advance.
Hi Priscilla, apologies for getting back to you late… the Christmas Morning Mass is usually at 8.30am. For future reference, you can refer to the church bulletin ya. God bless
Hello, may I know if st simon likas does provide any transportation service to attend the masses?
You may e-mail our parish priest to enquire about transportation at this address: SSCCL010608@gmail.com. Thanks!
Is there a penitential service before or during lent in St Simon like there has been during advent ?
Hello Martial & Anne,
Yes, there is penitential service at the parish during Lent. It will be held at 7.30pm on March 2 (Wednesday). God bless.
Im going to kk this chinese new year and i wish i can join ash wednesday so i need to know the time masa begin thank you
The Ash Wednesday service will be held at 7.30pm on Feb 10 (Wednesday) at the parish Church. See you there. God bless.
The Church Timetable states that the chapel is open from 7am to 9pm. Is it open daily?
This is because I would like to have some ‘quiet time’ with the Lord. Is it allowed – like what Sacred Heart and Stella Maris does?
Yes, the chapel is open daily as stated. All are welcomed to have “quiet time” with the Lord. God bless.
I would like to know when is pre marriage course available at St.Simon’s church? Please reply me via email. Tq
As you did not leave your e-mail address here, you may enquire about the pre-marriage course by calling the parish office at 088-212713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks. God bless!
Would like to know service timetable for this Holy Week please??
The Holy Week Schedule for 2015 is as follows:
Holy Thursday – 7.30pm
Good Friday – 3pm (Church will only be opened at 12.30pm)
Easter Vigil – 7.30pm
Easter Sunday – 5pm (only ONE Mass, no morning Mass)
Hi, will Father Cosmas Lee meets us personally for advise
Dear Bettie, you may call the parish office at 088-212713 or email email@example.com for appointments.
Inquiry for Infant Baptism
Please call the Church office at 088-212713 for enquiries on infant baptism, thank you!
How to meet father personally?
You may call the parish office at this number to make appointment: 088-212713. Most preferably during office hours.
Thanks and God bless!
Need to know st. Simon’s service timetable for holy thursday, Friday mass & Saturday mass? Appreciate your help. Tx
The Holy Week schedule is available on the main page. But if you have trouble finding it, here is the schedule:
– Holy Thursday (7.30pm)
– Good Friday (3pm)
– Easter Vigil (7.30pm)
Hope that helps! See you in church.
I attended the 0830 mass this morning (13/10/2013) and was utterly disappointed that not even a mention was made of the impending Court of Appeal decision tomorrow (14/10/2013) with regard to the usage of the word “Allah” by Malaysian Christians. The significant number of the affected Christians are those resident in the East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak. As such, it is rather shocking that a special intention was not included in the Prayers of the Faithful, or at some other point during the Mass. Whereas our brothers and sisters in West Malaysia have been holding special prayers, vigils and masses for this intention. Shame on us East Malaysian Catholics!
I will appreciate if tje church can send electronic bulletin to me via email. Tq
At the moment we have not set up a electronic mailing list system to send out our twice a month bulletin. For the time being, please take note that the bulletin can be directly viewed or downloaded from our bulletin page by clicking here.