Latest edition of the Parish Newsletter was emailed today. You will find all sorts of interesting information as well as details of our up and coming St. Peter’s day brunch. Please also take note of our National Trust Heritage Appeal.
A forty-day reading guide to St Matthew’s Gospel for the season of Lent 2023 may be found here: http://www.glenelganglican.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/40-day-Lent-reading-plan-for-Matthew.pdf
Have you been travelling? or family events have interrupted your Sunday routine of attending church? All Sunday sermons can be found on the St Peter’s Church, Glenelg. Facebook page. You don’t need to be on Facebook to watch the sermon!
Christmas Services 2021 Christmas Eve – Friday 24th December 6:30pm Children’s Nativity Service at St Peter’s, Torrens Square, Glenelg 10:30pm Midnight Mass with Carol singing at St Peter’s, Torrens Square, Glenelg Christmas Day – Saturday 25th December 9:00am Christmas Holy
The Christmas 2020 Newsletter was emailed to parishioners on Friday 18th December. This edition includes – Christmas 2020 service times, Highlights from the past six months, Office Opening Hours over Christmas and New Year, Parish Finances Update, Thank you to
Here is the latest COVID SAFE plans as at 5 September 2020 for the St Peter’s Glenelg and St Martin’s Glenelg South.
As we keep exploring Egypt of the Old Testament, we’ll look at the theme of DREAMING BIG We’ll explore the story of Joseph and his brothers’ betrayal, leading to him being sent to Egypt. Read Genesis 37:5-11 Joseph’s Dreams Joseph
Dear Friends, As we look forward to the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, I would like to share with you how I see youth group moving forward over the next 3 months. One of the many inconsistencies impacting us all is
Welcome to another week at Sunday Kids@Home activity for the week- The materials you’ll need include* A flat stone and pencils or texters to write upon the stone* Older children: access to the internet. Plus paper and pen/pencil to write
Here is the Sunday Kids@Home activity for the week- Materials needed – A jar, or small box and slips of paper which will be put inside the jar/box Paper and pen/pencils to write a letter to Lorna. Or access to