NEW Sundays@5 Service

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.

Extraordinary Times Call For Extraordinary Measures

St Mary’s response to COVID-19 coronavirus

There is no doubt we are living in unprecedented times whereby each day the landscape seems to be changing and causing rising anxiety. From this Sunday (22 March 2020) our regular 9.00am and 11.00am Sunday Services will be ‘paused’ until further notice so as we can meet the needs of our community. In addition, our planned events and regular programs such as Merry Music, Needles and Threads and other fellowship groups have also been put on hold until further notice. However, St Mary’s is NOT CLOSED and we will be looking at new ways of supporting one another and being the people of God during these challenging times.

To see the full letter from the Rector, Rev Tracey Wolsley please click here:

Letter from Rector 20 March 2020