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Belmont North

Belmont North Centre

10.00 am

A more contemporary family friendly service at our Belmont North centre.

Cnr of Ntaba Rd and Harrison St
Belmont North

Redhead

Redhead

8.00 am

Traditional Anglican Prayer Book Service
Holy Communion

12 Hutchinson St
Redhead

Jesus said to him, ‘I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

John 14:6

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180 years of Anglican worship in Raymond Terrace On Sunday 29 September, parishioners from St John’s and friends from the wider community celebrated 180 years of Anglican worship in Raymond Terrace.  The celebrations took place at the Junction Inn – where it all started in 1839.  Approximately 70 people were present as we celebrated “Eucharist...

Parishes conclude ‘Seasons of Creation’ Some of our parishes took part in ‘Seasons of Creation’ during the month of September. The combined churches of Stroud Anglican Parish included prayers for the environment in their weekly service. They collected and shared resources of art and scripture to promote spiritual reflections on creation. Stroud Anglican Church held...

In Murrurundi, where the drought is affecting everybody, Anglican churches are playing a vital role of support in the community. “We’ve been on level six water restrictions since July 2018, which means three-minute showers, clothes washing twice a week, and no watering,” says local Murrurundi Priest, Rev’d Barbara Morgan. So many farmers have had to...

Newcastle Bishop, Dr Peter Stuart, has just returned home from a 10 day study pilgrimage in Israel and Palestine, with St George’s College in Jerusalem. Bishop Peter reflected on this pilgrimage in daily Facebook posts, “there are already so many insights that make the scriptures come to life”. The group was a mix of Canadian,...

Written by Bishop Peter Stuart We have a beautiful gum tree in our back garden. It first took root long before rows of houses were built in our street. It dominates our suburban block. I like looking at the tree. I love the bark that falls of it. I enjoy seeing the birds in it,...

A choir service at St Columba’s Cassilis saw the rural church “filled to the brim” by people celebrating the local Harvest Festival. Mudgee’s Cudgegong Choir performed religious-type Mozarts, accompanied by an “earthy” liturgy, written specifically for the occasion. The service was followed by afternoon tea at Cassilis Bowling Club, and parishioners raved about the success...

Belmont Op Shop Up-Sizes Belmont Op Shop moved recently to larger premises in Macquarie Street. A craft group started last week in a room separate to the trading section of the shop. It is planned that a Bible discussion group will commence in September. We welcome visitors, shoppers and those interested in joining one of...

Arcebispo Welby expressa sua visão para a Comunhão Anglicana em reunião Anglicana no Leste Asiático

El arzobispo Welby ofrece su visión para la Comunión Anglicana en la reunión anglicana de Asia Oriental

L’archevêque Welby exprime sa vision de la Communion anglicane lors d’une réunion anglicane de l’Asie de l’Est

Notícias da Semana do Anglican Communion News Service - 4 de outubro de 2019

Noticias semanales de Anglican Communion News Service del 4 de octubre de 2019

Infos hebdomadaire de l’Anglican Communion News Service – 4 octobre 2019

Anglicans from provinces in East Asia today heard Archbishop Welby give a powerful vision for the ministry of the Anglican Communion.

The Anglican Primate of Australia, Melbourne Archbishop Philip Freier, has referred the question of blessing same-sex marriages to the Church’s highest court, the Appellate Tribunal.

The Bishop Election Board in the Diocese of Bathurst has announced that the Reverend Mark Calder has been elected as the next bishop, SydneyAnglicans.net report.

The Anglican Church of Australia is launching Australia’s first national research into family violence within faith communities. The National Anglican Family Violence Study will investigate and discuss the prevalence, experience and impact of family violence, the Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia, Philip Freier, announced today.

The Rural Ministry Conference is a new initiative of the Anglican Dioceses in Victoria to assist those who have a role in rural ministry in planning, enabling and doing, both clergy and laity

A collection of essays on marriage and same-sex relationships exploring different theological questions and understandings has been published by the Anglican Church of Australia.

Following the retirement of Bishop John Ford, the Bishop Election Committee of the Diocese of The Murray is pleased to announce the election on 25 May 2019, of the Rev’d Keith William Dalby to be the 5th Bishop of The Murray. Arrangements for Consecration and Installation will be advised later.

Anglicans around the world continue to grieve  over the Easter bombings at Sri Lankan churches and hotels on 21 April, with Archbishop Philip Freier labelling the attacks in his May TMA column as “appalling”, “tragic” and “reprehensible”.