The Anglican Parish of Bairnsdale

Families & Community

Growing together.

CHURCH SERVICES

WHAT’S ON THIS FORTNIGHT IN THE PARISH

Sundays    

9.15am Holy Communion
 

  Wednesdays  

10.00am Holy Communion

ALL ARE WELCOME

Ph: 5152 3133

You can find us on the corner
of Francis and Service Streets, Bairnsdale.

PUBLICATIONS

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Sunday 23rd January Third Sunday after Epiphany

9.15am Holy Communion - Church

1.15pm Bowls - Hall

Tuesday 25th January

11.00am Meditation - Warriors Chapel

Wednesday 26th January

Public Holiday - Office closed and no HC service

7.00pm Parish Council - Emmanuel Centre

Thursday 27th January

10.00 Pastoral Care Meeting - Emmanuel Centre


Sunday 30th January Second Sunday after Epiphany

9.15am Holy Communion - Church

1.15pm Carpet Bowls - Hall

Tuesday 1st February

11.00am Meditation - Warriors Chapel

Wednesday 2nd February

10.00am Holy Communion - Church

Thursday 3rd February

10.30am Holy Communion - BUPA




SUNDAY SERVICES AS AT 16TH JANUARY 2022.

Due to further easing of COVID restriction proof of vaccination is no longer required , QR or paper check-in is still required. Masks are mandated and social distancing required. There are no longer number restrictions for Church services.





During December and January our mission is for the Christmas Bowl.

Like 2020 before it, 2021 was a year of turbulence and disruption. The coronavirus pandemic continued to impact us all, with congregations again having to connect virtually, and many community members suffering. As is often the case, the impact was not felt evenly, with the poorest among us hit hardest, especially the 82 million people around the world uprooted from the stability of their homes by conflict or disaster.

For the people caught up in the humanitarian crises caused by recent conflicts in Ethiopia, Myanmar, Gaza and the fall of Afghanistan, in the midst of this division and chaos, the Christmas Bowl is a vital channel for expressing our unity in Christ. And it provides a powerful mechanism for sharing Gods love, with those who need it, through practical Christian action.

Thank you for being part of this important tradition, and helping to create a world where uprooted people have a safe place to belong.

MISSION