You might be wondering, what are Alstonville Anglicans really like?
Our church is made up of imperfect people with every kind of story imaginable.
Simply stated, Alstonville Anglicans are all about sharing the Good Life - beginning with community.
You won't be met with shame, guilt, or judgement. And we don't care how you're dressed or whether you voted Labour, Greens or Liberal.
Want to know the best part? No matter what you've been through, or what questions you might have about God, spirituality or faith, our church is a place where you'll find the love, grace, and a safe space to enjoy life’s journey.
Alstonville Anglicans meets every weekend and offer diverse worship services for you to choose:
Content rich teaching and engaging, multi-sensory worship every Sunday 6pm.
Come as … you for refreshments at 5.30pm.
4th Sunday of each month from 4.00pm to 6pm.
Through craft, creativity, community and celebration, families celebrate the messiness of life and church.
Each Messy Church concludes with a feast.
For faith seekers and families with young children is a spiritual practice exploring the mystery of God’s presence in our lives
a relaxed but traditional Anglican Worship Service with a country feel and small community
a re-traditioning of the Anglican Worship Service based on the Prayer Book, but with contemporary and refreshing liturgical language.
A middle-of-the-road traditional Anglican Worship Service using the Prayer Book, singing two hymns before ending with a cuppa.
Contemplation is like meditation.
This service nurtures transformation through gentle silence, simple chants and meaningful ritual.
Meditation Group Wednesdays 9am
Come enjoy friendship in the spiritual journey.
Anam Cara is Celtic for ‘soul friend’.
Every Wednesday, during school terms, Anam Cara meets in St Bart’s at 8.50am for a 9.00am start.
Participants are led safely into silence by experienced spiritual directors.
people are guided into a sacred safe place where God may be experienced in the Sheer Silence of the present