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Pride Mass every Sunday

posted 31 Jul 2018, 22:24 by Jeff Astfalck   [ updated 31 Jul 2018, 22:36 ]

Everyone is welcome at St Andrew's.  Come and join us on Sunday evenings for our LGBTIQ friendly gathering.  Christ our gracious host welcomes all at the banquet of Word and Sacrament - regardless of gender, race, colour, sexual orientation, social status or any other distinction.  On the first Sunday of the month instead of the Eucharist our worship is contemplative prayer, with periods of silence.  Afterwards we stay for a bring and share meal in the hall.  Please come and join us!


Special Services

posted 31 Jul 2018, 04:25 by Jeff Astfalck   [ updated 6 Jul 2019, 22:48 ]

 Book of Common Prayer, Evensong:  join us every 2nd Sunday at 5:00pm for a traditional setting of Evensong with Choir.

Contemplative Prayer: 1st Sunday of the month at 6:00pm, unless replaced by major feast date.  A meditated and prayerful service with periods of silence and chant.  Followed by a bring and share meal.


Bible Study on Mondays

posted 31 Jul 2018, 02:34 by Jeff Astfalck   [ updated 31 Jul 2018, 22:20 ]

Bible Study on 
Mondays at 7.00pm in the Rector’s Office, through the Hall foyer.  Please consult the notices (in online docs) for this week's scripture readings.  Bible study is cancelled on public holidays and in January.

Fellowship Breakfast

posted 31 Jul 2018, 02:21 by Jeff Astfalck   [ updated 6 Jul 2019, 22:50 ]

The next fellowship breakfast will be on Saturday XXX. The speaker on this occasion will be XXX. As usual the break-fast will be provided at from 8.00 a.m., with the mayor speaking at 8.40 a.m. The meeting will finish at 9.30 a.m.
All are very welcome, including friends!

Classical Music Concert, Sunday XX

posted 19 Oct 2009, 13:40 by Jeff Astfalck   [ updated 6 Jul 2019, 22:51 ]

 


St Andrew's Food Outreach

posted 19 Oct 2009, 13:17 by Jeff Astfalck   [ updated 2 Jul 2019, 08:03 by AI HSING PAN ]

We support St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Thornlie. Please bring non-perishable food, especially pasta and pasta sauces, tinned fruit and tuna (in oil) and various snacks and ready to eat canned food.  Please bring cans that can be opened without needing a can opener.  We also help the indigent in Subiaco. 

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