Sunday 24th November was the last Ukulele Church for 2019. There’s a gathering of around 26-28 sing, play Ukulele (beginners and advance players) who gather once a month on a Sunday night in the St Peter’s Church Community Centre. Fr
Celebrate the Birth of Jesus with us this Christmas! The Anglican Parish of Glenelg celebrates the birth of Jesus not just on Christmas Day. We have a Carol service, a Families Nativity service, Midnight mass and Christmas Day services.
The first Glenelg Market on Torrens Square will be held Saturday 14th September on the grounds of St Peter’s Anglican Church, Torrens Square Glenelg. Come along and see the different stall holders, and displays. There will be a produce,
Glenelg Market in Torrens Square Saturday 14th September 2019 10am-2pm Plans are well underway for a series of monthly markets being held on a monthly basis on the grounds of St Peter’s Anglican Church during spring. The aims for
Buy, borrow, or bring your Ukulele as we’ll learn and revise new chords, and songs, at St Peter’s Ukulele Church. Ukulele church starts at 5pm. Then we share a meal together at 6pm, bring a plate to share. The
Yes! Ukulele Church is back for 2019 Time to re-learn those chords, iron your Hawaiian shirt! Bring your ukulele along, or borrow one for the night. Also put in your diary Sunday 23rd June, 28th July and 25th August as
Catch up on the news and events coming up in the Anglican Parish of Glenelg! Don’t be discouraged in seeing the Annual Vestry Meeting title, this Update was published on the same day. In this issue – Read Fr
The St Peter’s Glenelg Book and craft sale returns to the Community Centre on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd February from 10am to 4pm. Peruse a selection of mystery, romance, comedy, children’s, travel, fiction, non-fiction books. This time, there will
Have you ever wondered how your Roses or Lindt chocolate wrappers were used to decorate a Christmas Tree? Here’s an example of their use. There are more examples of their use through out the Christmas Tree festival. Even though
But what do you want to see at the Christmas Tree Festival? Its a Christmas Tree Festival of the senses!