Our Services

On Sunday 8 June, we have one combined service at 9:00am. Bishop Barbara is coming to join us and two of our younger members are being Confirmed. Come and join us!

Sunday 8:00am:a traditional Prayer Book Anglican service with Holy Communion.

Sunday 9:30am: a traditional service with Sunday School for the kids. (Sunday School in recess for school holidays)

Kids’ Church 4:00pm several times a year: these Services are very family-friendly and are designed for young families who may or may not be familiar with normal ‘church’. Usually followed by a sausage sizzle. Come and join us!

Wednesday 10.30am: mainly music for pre school aged children.

Thursday 11:00am: a Holy Communion service preceded by morning tea at 10.30am.

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The 8:00am Congregation

We are a group who meet at 8am on Sunday to partake in the service of Holy Communion.

This service is of a traditional nature and on most Sundays is from the Australian Prayer Book,  second order.

We come together to hear the word of God from the bible, to learn from the weekly sermon, to pray for the world, our country, our community, our church, those in need and the bereaved.

This is a wonderful time in our weekly cycle of life, to take time out in worship, quietly and reflectively, to be empowered for the week ahead.

As we are also members of the St Dunstan’s family, we participate in the regular parish events with the whole parish.

Come and join us.

The 9:30am Congregation

The 9.30am Worship Service is all encompassing in its appeal to all ages in the local community.

This is a Holy Communion Service with music and Sunday School.  Our aim is to reach out to the community through our worship, teaching, children’s ministries, broad ranging music, warmth and charity.  After the Service we have morning tea and our Singing Group ‘Viva Voce’ has its weekly practice.

Upcoming events at the 930am Worship Service are detailed under the Upcoming Events / Weekly Notices sections of this website.

 

The Thursday 11am congregation

This is our midweek service of Holy Communion.  This service welcomes a number of residents from a nearby aged care home who attend.  It also attended by a number of regular parishioners and some who can’t make the Sunday Services.   This is a major outreach activity for us, and a time of great fellowship.  We meet at 10.30am for morning tea before the service.