Sunday and Weekday Service Times

Sunday

 

7.00   am   Said Holy Communion (1662 Book of Common Prayer)


8.00   am   Sung Eucharist or Holy Communion (A Prayer Book for Australia) is a service of Word and Sacrament with hymns in which the Holy Scriptures are read, a sermon is preached, prayers are offered, and bread and wine are consecrated and received as the body and blood of Christ.


9.30   am   Sunday@9.30 is for people of all ages. It is our most popular Sunday morning service. Every week we share the Eucharist (Holy Communion), enjoy the company of others and there are fun, Christ centred programs for children and youth.    

   

11.15 am   1662 Services of Mattins and Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)


6.00   pm   stjohns@6 - A Sunday evening church for those who are looking for something a little different.

 

 

 

 

 

Choral Evensong

 

Choral Evensong is sung by our choir on the first Sunday of each month at 5.00 pm. (excluding January). This service follows the traditional pattern in The Book of Common Prayer and consists of choral music (psalms, canticles, and anthems) from the rich Anglican musical tradition, scripture readings, and prayers.

 

Weekdays (other than Public Holidays):

 

From earliest times, Christians have gathered at regular hours to read from Scripture, to recite psalms and hymns of praise and for intercession. Many Anglicans use the Daily Offices to encourage their prayer life.

 

The Daily Offices (Morning and Evening Prayer), are set times of prayer that are found in Anglican prayer books, including 'A Prayer Book for Australia’. These set prayers are combined with readings from the Bible, psalms and intercessory prayers.


Morning Prayer is said at St John's each week from Tuesday to Friday at 8.30 am in the side chapel. Come and join us and strengthen your spiritual life.

 

8.30 am Tuesday to Friday Morning Prayer 

10.00 am Wednesday 1662 Holy Communion

5.00 pm Wednesday Christian Meditation

The church is open daily for private prayer and quiet reflection or for you to explore the history and ambience of the building.

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