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there's bound to be something that lifts your spirit for the week to come at either or, if your up for it - at both our services!

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

Seasons of Creation

We are celebrating the Seasons of Creation throughout the month of September 2019 at our 10am service at Belmont... read more ...

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For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.

John 3:16

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When Teralba Anglican Church closed in November last year, a group of members found themselves starting the “Cameron Park Anglican House Church”. A core group from the congregation couldn’t find another place to worship, so Colin and Kay Walters started hosting the group in their lounge room. “There are about a dozen of us, aged...

Next Friday 23 August Saint Luke’s Wallsend is hosting a ‘Pride Mass’ in conjunction with Equal Voices Anglican as an opportunity for this parish and the broader Anglican church to celebrate and affirm LGBTIQA+ people in Newcastle and the Hunter during Newcastle Pride Week, especially within the church. “We intentionally used the word affirm, as...

Last Sunday All Saints celebrated 60 years as a church on its present site. In a post on Facebook, they said: “We celebrated with Baptisms and confirmations, praise and worship and then an old prayer book service with robed choir. We had the pleasure of Bishop Peter’s company and wise words in the sermon.” “I...

Written by Rodney Calgher in response to ‘The Challenge of Christian Animal Ethics’ Event advertised in the Diocesan Messenger a few weeks ago. I am the son of a primary producer, who grew up on a sheep and cattle station in central west of NSW and I have a brother who is also on the...

After returning from the Alpha Global Gathering in May, Stockton Anglican Church minister Rev’d Michael Marklew, has a renewed passion for the ways Alpha can continue to transform the Anglican Church. The Alpha Global Gathering (AGG) is a weeklong extension to the HTB Leadership Conference (LC19) in London. It is hosted by the Anglican Church...

Many in our Diocese recently celebrated the ordinations of Jesse Baker, Zeb McKrell, Melanie Whalley and Angela Peverell into the Diaconate. Historically, a service for the ordination of Deacons has taken place in Christ Church Cathedral. This year however, for the first time ordination services took place in the four parishes where each deacon has...

Written by The Revd Dr George Garnsey The Combined Churches of Morpeth (Anglican, Roman Catholic and Uniting) mark three major ecumenical occasions each year. The first is the World Day of Prayer Service on the first Friday in March. The second is a service observing the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (Ascentiontide to Pentecost). The third...

Notícias da Semana do Anglican Communion News Service – 15 de agosto de 2019

Noticias semanales de Anglican Communion News Service del 15 de agosto de 2019

Infos hebdomadaires de l’Anglican Communion News Service – 15 août 2019

The Archbishop of Canterbury has given his support to plans for a Holocaust memorial and museum next to the Palace of Westminster.

A youth officer from the Scottish Episcopal Church has been helping rural churches take steps to tackle child poverty in their communities.

Archbishop Ian Ernest, has helped launch an appeal to restore the Cathedral of St James – the mother church of the Diocese of Mauritius.

Green Anglicans are urging churches to mark the start of the 'Season of Creation' by joining the World Creation Day of Prayer (01/09/2019)

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”.

Dr Freier shares his hopes for the world this Christmas

The Reverend Dr Mark Short has been elected as the eleventh Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn.