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:
Contemplative Church: Thursdays at 6pm
Traditional Anglican Church: Fridays at 10am
A re-traditioning Anglican Service: Sundays at 8am
A relaxed Anglican Service: St Peter & St Paul's at 10am
Families: Sunday afternoons at 4pm
Messy Church: every 4th Sunday at 4pm
Emerging Church: Sunday nights at 6pm. Dynamic teaching, worship with a difference and supportive community.
Pub Church: Every 4th Sunday at 6pm at the local Fed.
Find Your Voice!
Pub Church 4th Sundays 6pm at the Fed
Brew friendships, bring your instrument and sing a long to your favourite hits!
Whether you are a glass half full or glass half empty, we are saving you a seat. Come as...you.
Come. Enjoy friendship in the spiritual journey.
Anam Cara is Celtic for ‘soul friend’.
Every Wednesday during school terms, Anam Cara meets in St Barts at 8.50am for a 9.00am start.
Participants are led safely into silence by experienced spiritual directors.
An ancient wisdom practice of saying goodbye to the one you love.
This sacred ceremony of anointing is a massage, a prayer of love and gratitude that honors and celebrates the life of your loved one.
Tea and coffee and lunch will be provided.
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You are invited! June 30 at 4pm.
Charlie & Jenny Handley’s home: 0427462540
1385 Bruxner Highway Lindendale.
Rain forest walk, soup & damper and the Fire Brigade will be there for the children.
Please bring warm clothing, covered footwear, a torch and a fold up chair.
people are guided into a sacred safe place where God may be experienced in the Sheer Silence of the present