The easing of restrictions as of 9th September August has given us some more freedoms to worship together. Please continue to wear face masks while in church, and when singing. Hand sanitiser is available through out the church, chapel and
An important part of church governance is the distribution of the annual report, otherwise known as the Vestry report. All ministry groups, parish administration, Parish Wardens, Chaplains and the Parish Priest write and present reports on the activities that have
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
Join us for a Christmas service at St Peter’s Glenelg or St Martin’s Glenelg South this December. Due to the capacity of St Peter’s, we’ve had to schedule 2 sessions for the Nativity service, which is the most popular service
Dear Friends, I write again to confirm we will not be holding Sunday morning worship this Sunday 22nd November. The news of the lockdown restrictions being lifted early is very welcome, but as I hope you can appreciate it has
As of 12.01am 18th November the church and parish office will be closed and unattended until at least Wednesday 25th November 2020. As ordered by the Government of South Australia. Many upcoming events including services held Sunday 22nd November have
Here is the latest COVID SAFE plans as at 17 November 2020 for the St Peter’s Glenelg and St Martin’s Glenelg South.
Its been over 6 weeks since the Adelaide Anglican Diocese banned congregational singing in church. Many people have been unhappy, some have even stayed away. Small groups of singers were permitted, if they were appropriately distanced according to SA Health’s
Here is the latest COVID SAFE plans as at 5 September 2020 for the St Peter’s Glenelg and St Martin’s Glenelg South.
We’re Operating as a Church and a Community in a COVID Safe way When the church re-open for public worship 21 June 2020, the Parish had to agree to a set of stipulations from SA Health and the South Australian