On 30 June 1862 St Mary’s Church of England in Kangaroo Flat was consecrated.
On Sunday 3 July 2022 we will celebrate the 160th Anniversary of St Mary’s Anglican Church of Kangaroo Flat with a special service of thanksgiving and celebration at 10.00am.
Bishop Matt Brain will be present along with community members and past and present parishioners.
The service will be followed by an extra special morning tea.
There will be a display of photos and memorabilia on the day and the official opening of our Edith Perry Archives Room.
The Anglican Parish of Kangaroo Flat is happy to announce the Winter Art Show is back in 2022 on 29, 30 & 31 July. This event will showcase around 200 works from over fifty artists. Prizes will awarded for four categories, Oil, Acrylic, Watercolour and Other Media, with the winner in each receiving $250. The show will be open from 10.00am to 4.00pm on Fri 29, Sat 30 and 31 July 2022. Admission is $5.00 (cash only please).
All are welcome to attend and view an amazing variety of artworks in heated comfort. All works will be for sale at a range of prices to suit most budgets.
The presentation event will be held on Friday 29 July with doors open from 7.30pm for the 8.00pm presentation. This year local artists Geoff Paynter is our Judge and Cr Rod Fyffe is our Guest Speaker. Entry for the presentation evening is $10 per person (cash only please).
Entry forms are being accepted up until 8 July. Click the link below to download a form.
All Art Show enquiries can be made to Alison on 0409 326 495.
Maundy Thursday – 1 April – 7.00pm
Good Friday – 2 April – 9.00am
Easter Day – 4 April – 6.00am
Easter Day – 4 April – 10.00am
Easter Day – 4 April – 5.00pm
Starting this Sunday 7 February at 5.00pm. This will be a relaxed, informal ‘user friendly service’ with a focus on mission and outreach. As such, we will have regular guest speakers who will share their work on the cutting edges of our community, we will hear personal testimonies and have a lot of conversations about how we understand faith and how it connects with the complexities of life.
For our first Sunday@5 Service we will be blessed by the wonderful music and testimony of Kim Ritchie. Kim is a Country and Variety singer with a difference. Although she came into the world blind, a love of music and performing has given her a clear view of the world around her. Kim is an inspiration. In her own words: “God didn’t give me sight, but he gave me the ability to sing and play guitar and that obviously makes up for what I haven’t got.