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Church Services this week:

Morning Prayer — Mon to Sat, 8am
Holy Communion — Fri 10am, Sat 5pm,
Sunday 7am, 8am, 10am

A full copy of this week’s bulletin and the readings for Sunday are attached to this notice. A copy will also be placed on our website. If you are out and about and would like a physical copy of the bulletin, you can collect one from the church foyer between 8.00am and 12pm. They will be available on seats at each of our Saturday and Sunday Eucharists.
 
As of Monday 18 May we have been able to once again welcome people into our church.

A Covid Safety Plan has been developed for the church, and will be reviewed and updated each week as needed. Parishioners will continue to be provided with information on this. We ask for your cooperation in helping us to maintain a safe environment for staff, parishioners and other visitors by adhering to the procedures outlined in our Plan. There are signs around the church to remind us all of social distancing requirements and safe practices.

Service planning is ongoing.
In accordance with government regulations a limit of 20 worshipers are permitted at each service.

Our anticipated schedule of services is shown on the back page of the bulletin. We will advise of any changes via email and our Facebook page. If you are not connected by either of these, please feel free to ring the parish office to check on any changes to the schedule.

The majority of services will be on the overhead. Parish prayer books will not be available, however parishioners are welcome to bring their own prayer books if they prefer to use these rather than follow the overhead.

We have had to remove all pews and fabric covered chairs from the worship area of the church at the present time and have put in place 20 wooden chairs with vinyl seats for your use.

We will not be able to offer opportunities for parishioners to remain in the church to socialise at the conclusion of our services as we need to clean between services. 

We ask for your patience and understanding as we move forward with our response to government regulations. We may not be able to do what we want, when we want or how we want, but no one will be left behind.

A sermon from Rev Cheryl is posted on our parish website each week. Look for it under Resources https://christchurchmandurahresources.blogspot.com/

Please note: Fr Ian will be on holiday from 3—17 June. During this time please contact Rev Cheryl for all matters.

Free Bread is once again being packed and distributed from our Op Shop in Davey Street. Bread is no longer available from the church foyer.

The Anglican Community Centre is slowly returning to functioning with a Covid Safety Plan being developed that will be provided to all community groups seeking to use the facilities.

Freewill Offering
To support our on going work, you are able to make an online freewill offering to our Anglican Parish of Mandurah account:

BSB: 706-001
Acc: 30004522

A donation point has been established on our webpage for those who would like to make use of this facility.
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Notices for the pew bulletin can be emailed to pewsheet@anglicanchurchmandurah.org.au and churchoffice@anglicanchurchmandurah.org.au by 5: 00 pm Wednesdays.
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Contact Us

Parish Office: 08 9535 6152
Email: churchoffice@anglicanchurchmandurah.org.au
Twitter: twitter.com/AngParMan
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AnglicanParishOfMandurah/
Postal Address: PO Box 203
  Mandurah
  WA 6210
Physical Address: Corner of Sholl and Pinjarra Road
  Mandurah 6210
  Western Australia

 

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