The latest easing of COVID restrictions means we the 10am service at St Peter’s can resume. The service returns Sunday 5th July, which is a JAM service with contemporary music! The July JAM service we’ll celebrate St Peter’s Day too.
Friday 18th June 2020, Reverend Andrew Mintern announced the Anglican Parish of Glenelg is recommencing worship in our churches, subject to government restrictions. The services with smaller congregations will recommence from Sunday 21st June 2020. ST MARTIN’S 8:45AM SERVICE –
Many people have been asking “when we’ll return to public worship services?” Simply, we are waiting on the State Government and the Diocese to provide direction on the numbers and the various stipulations for it to go ahead. As you
Every Sunday morning from 8am, watch our church services from the comfort of your own home. The Communion service and the Sunday Kids’ talk are available for viewing. Watch our services from Facebook or Instagram. We continue to find ways
We need your help A number of Parishioners have asked HOW they can continue giving. Thank you for remembering! With the removal of the open plate, baptism and wedding donations and fundraising income, it will be a very tough financial
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.
This week’s message from the Parish Priest Andrew Mintern announced that after this Sunday, from Monday 23rd March, our normal public worship will cease until further notice. Small group gatherings in the parish are still able to be held for
As people self-isolate due to the coronavirus, the Anglican Parish of Glenelg is trialling the recording of the sermon from our Sunday services. Today’s sermon can only be found on our Facebook page.
Dear Friends, Advice has been received this morning from the Archbishop, following briefing from Dr Louise Flood, Director, SA Health Communicable Disease Branch. The new advice is: Avoid hugging, kissing and hand shaking (including passing the peace) Avoid shared eating