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
The In Person 2023 Lenten study will follow ABM’s “The Imaginary Doorway” prepared by Rev’d Steven Daughtry, with artwork by Vanessa Daughtry. Join Rev’d Michele at 7.30pm in the St Peter’s Community centre from Tuesday 28th February for six weeks.
As they say, Easter is early in 2023. Holy Week commences with Palm Sunday on 2nd April. Join us to celebrate our risen Jesus at any of our Easter services at St Peter’s, 1 Torrens Square Glenelg. Its the big
Celebrate Easter 2022 with the Parish of Glenelg! We have services at two locations – St Martin’s – 45 Hastings Street, Glenelg SouthWithin a stones throw of the cafes on the Broadway at Glenelg South, you’ll find the small, intimate
Praise God we live in the safety of South Australia! If all is well, we’re looking forward to a “regular” Easter which complies with COVID safety requirements. Shrove Tuesday pancake dinner is celebrated on the eve of Lent – 40
preached by Ven Andrew Mintern via Facebook for the Anglican Parish of Glenelg – Sunday 5th April to Sunday 26th April 2020 Palm Sunday Entering Holy Week Focus reading Matthew 21:1-11 Introduction The Word “Hosanna” means save us – it
The church building maybe closed for worship, but we will continue to worship with the assistance of technology. During Holy week and Easter services will be ready for you to watch from 8am your own home, in our own time.
Due to the Coronavirus, we are no longer able to meet as a group to worship in our church building Lent is the season where we prepare ourselves for Holy Week and Easter. Join us for a series of events
Easter is right around the corner! Join the people and the community of the Anglican Parish of Glenelg for one of their many services during Holy week 2019. In Holy Week this year, in addition to the services held
EASTER SERVICES AND EVENTS Maundy Thursday – 29th March 10am Eucharist 5:30pm Seder (Passover) meal for adults 7:30pm Eucharist (with foot-washing and stripping of the church) 8:30-10:30pm Vigil in the chapel Good Friday – 30th March 9:30am