Holy Communion - Sunday at 8:00am @ St Mark's
This service follows the pattern of Second Order Holy Communion from A Prayer Book for Australia on most Sunday’s. All services include hymns played on our historic organ. The 5th Sunday of any month will be a sung service led by the choir from All Saints'.
“Sung” Holy Communion – Sunday at 10:00am @ All Saints'
This sung service follows the pattern of Second Order Holy Communion from A Prayer Book for Australia. Hymns are led by our choir on our heritage organ. Sunday School and a Creche operate during term time.
4P (Pray, Praise, Proclaim & Partake) – Fourth Sunday of each month at 6pm in St Mark's
This service is led by our Young Adults and includes contemporary music. After the service we share a light supper together. Please note this service takes a recess during school holiday periods.
Prayer for Families – Monday at 8:45am @ All Saints'
This short service of Morning Prayer has a special focus time of praying for the needs of our families. Please note this service takes a recess during school holiday periods.
Holy Communion - Wednesday at 11:00am @ St Mark's
This is a quiet and reflective service of Holy Communion that follows the pattern of Second Order Holy Communion from A Prayer Book for Australia. Please note this service takes a recess during school holiday periods.
Morning Prayer from Iona (followed by coffee) – Thursday at 8:45am @ All Saints'
This short service of Morning Prayer follows the daily office and includes a time of prayer for the concerns of our community. Afterwards we go off for a coffee together at a local café. Please note this service takes a recess during school holiday periods.
Our worship includes a diverse range of traditional and contemporary worship which occurs from time to time:
- we sometimes go on "Prayer Walks" about Hunters Hill and Woolwich;
- we have reflective and meditative services including music from Iona and Taize;
- there are special services for our wider community, such as the annual All Saints' Football Service;
- we love to invite some of the talented musicians and choirs from our local area to partake in special services;
- occassionally we go on Pilgrimage to visit other Churches and participate in what they are doing.
Check out the Upcoming Events on our Main Page for further details.
Resources for Lent
The forty days (not counting Sundays) before Easter are known as Lent. It is an opportunity for Christians, through prayer, reading the bible, and acts of service and devotion, to seek a more deeper relationship with Jesus. By doing so we hope to be people who not only receive new life, but share that life with others. Lent commences this year on Ash Wednesday (14th February). Some of the resources below may assist you to have a Holy Lent.
Some “Online” Lenten Resources:
ABM Lenten Study Booklet and App:
Australian Daily Prayers:
Anglican Overseas Aid:
The Daily Examen for Lent