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18 June 2022


Our Saturday sewing group will commence again in June. will meet on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month.

For more information please contact Karen 0427 203 405.

18 June 2022


There are various books and Bibles that have been marked down and are available on our pre loved book stand in the foyer. Please come and have a look.

18 June 2022


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. There is also a tap and go Eftpos in the foyer of the church pre-set to $10. which you can use any credit or debit card to make your donation. Just tap as many times as you like and it will make a donation in lots of $10. There is also a normal Eftpos machine at the back of the church.

18 June 2022

JULY 10th 10.00 AM SERVICE

JULY 10th 10.00 AM SERVICE will be a special service to honour Yaburgurt Winjan (aka George Winjan)born in 1842 in Koolyininap (Halls Head), was a survivor of the Pinjarra Massacre who became a significant influential Noongar leader in the region. Yaburgurt and his people represent themes of tolerance, understanding and reconciliation.come and support thisman who laid rest in Christ’s Church an opportunity at theof NAIDOC week 2022 to embrace our Diocesan ethos of continuedand particularlyas we all consider the adoption of the Uluru Statement of the Heart.

18 June 2022


LLM TRAINING DAY - Saturday 20th August

SPRING FETE - Saturday 22nd October


Canon Ian and Wendy will be away 11th—19th July.
Revd Jacqui will be away 28th July—7th August.

18 June 2022


Venerable Julie will be Preaching at the 8.15am service on Sunday 26 June at Christ’s Church, Mandurah and this service will be live streamed and recorded and available on our parish Facebook page and also on the Diocesan Facebook site later. This will be Archdeacon Julie’s last service in the Diocese of Bunbury before she moves to the Parish of Darlington Hills in the Diocese of Perth.

Ven. Juile, Marcus, Charlie and Lizzy have been valuable contributors to the life of our parish during the six years that she has been our diocesan Archdeacon, being particularly involved in our 10am services and youth activities. Please come along and join in the farewell to them.

11 June 2022


You are invited to participate in a Zoom seminar on the Uluru Statement, which was adopted by our Diocese at its 2021 Synod.

The seminar aims to provide background information and promote parish discussions. It will be held on Saturday 9th July 2022, from 9.30am—11.30am. We will be providing an opportunity for parishioners to take part in the seminar at the church and we will be broadcasting the gathering in the Ken Barret Room. If you would like to participate in this please register your interest with the parish office. Alternatively, if you would like to join the Zoom seminar at home, please register directly with Don Reid on

11 June 2022


Our Parish has an important Outreach Programme which helps a lot of people in our community. On Thursday evenings, we collect the unsold bread from Baker’s Delight in Meadow Springs at 07.15pm and deliver it to our OP Shop Friday morning by 08.30am. I need a couple of extra people as collectors for the roster which would require a commitment of 2 or 3 collections over a 6 month period. A wagon or SUV would be needed as a small car would not be capable of collecting all the bread. If you would like to help, please contact John Geoghegan by email, as the next roster starts at the beginning of July.

11 June 2022


Many many thanks to all those of you who have been praying for me since I fell and fractured my jaw. After seeing the Doctor this week, I may eat more regular food, but no steak for a few weeks. All I long for is a ham and salad sandwich! My love and blessings to you all. Rev. Hilary

11 June 2022


On Wednesday 29th June we are hoping to have a rose pruning day. Our usual rose pruner is retiring and is only able to help in an advisory capacity. He has however been training an apprentice (me) who has bought an electric pruner so is happy to do the pruning on the day. This project generates a lot of waste which needs collecting up and placed in a trailer, which in turn needs taking to the dump and dumping.

We need help with this job. It needs 3-4 people to collect the rubbish and do the dump run while I prune. Weather permitting the plan is to start 8.30am to 9 am and it should only take about 3-4 hours. If you can help out please let me know. Canon Ian.

11 June 2022


We need help with the Children’s Church over the coming months. While Sandy is away and several of our usual helpers are sick or caring for sick relatives we are a bit thin on the ground on Sundays at the 10am service. If you are able to help please speak with Canon Ian or Sandy.

We also need PowerPoint operators across all our Sunday services. It is not difficult and we will give you training. It is just a matter of following the service and pressing a button at the right time. If we get enough people you will only be needed once a month. As we are close to finalising our rosters please let Wendy know as soon as possible if you can assist.

11 June 2022


Canon Ian and Wendy will be away 11th—19th July. Revd Jacqui will be away 28th July—7th August.

11 June 2022


Revd Jacqui will be away from the parish 15—18 June as a part of her role with the WA Maori Anglican Mission. She will be travelling to Brisbane to meet with the Maori community there.

4 June 2022


On Sunday 26th June at our 10am service we will relaunch our Children’s Church. We are hoping to gather outside for games and a BBQ after the service, but may switch this to inside if the weather is not suitable.

For catering purposes please contact Sandy on 0407 385 818 or via email at to let us know that you are coming and if you are able to help with the games.

We are looking for more people to offer to be Storytellers and Gatekeepers (support helpers) for our Godly Play program each Sunday once Children’s Church has recommenced.

There are two Godly Play Core Trainings being planned for later this year but you don’t have to wait until you are formally trained to start helping out. We will give you all the support you need

4 June 2022


A reminder that we are celebrating Pentecost this weekend. You may like to wear red to our services.

4 June 2022


Masks are longer mandatory in the church, Op Shop or Anglican Community Centre, however:

Masks are encouraged where physical distancing isn’t possible and when you are likely to be in the company of vulnerable people.

If you are a close contact of a person with Covid, although you are no longer required to isolate,

you are required to avoid high risk settings, non-essential gatherings and contact with people at risk of severe illness

to undertake a daily Rapid Antigen Test and

to wear a mask when away from home.

Please respect those of our parish family who choose to continue to wear a mask and to socially distance from others.

Members of groups who use the church during the week are asked to wipe down tables and chairs at the end of their activities as well as any other high touch surfaces group members may have been in contact with.

4 June 2022


It is hoped that the return of Communion in two kinds will be possible later this month. This will be for services in the church only at this stage, with the reintroduction of the Common Cup. Intincting will not be offered as it is considered to be too high a risk.

Parishioners will be able to choose whether to receive communion in one or two kinds and will be supported in their choice to continue to receive the bread only, or to receive both the bread and the wine. Please speak to Canon Ian or Revd Jacqui if you have any questions.

4 June 2022


A new quiz has been prepared to test you all but we will delay the event until times are a bit safer.Blessings from Lorraine and the Friends in Fellowship Team

4 June 2022


Our Mission for the Month for June is Wontulp-Bi-Buya College, an ABM supported project in Manunda, Queensland. It is a partnership project of the Anglican, Catholic, Lutheran and Uniting Churches in Queensland. The main purpose of Wontulp-Bi-Buya College is to support the development of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and men 18 years old and over, through study programs leading to Nationally Accredited Certificates in Theology and Ministry, Suicide Prevention in Social and Emotional Wellbeing, Addictions Management and Community Development.

The College works to:

Equip Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with knowledge and understanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to Indigenous Cultural context.

Empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to be leaders with faith, visionskills, and to be effective in building up their people, their church and their community. This specifically involves: training, equipping and empowering Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderwith:

An understanding of the saving power of Jesus Christ.

Awareness and understanding of Indigenous culture and life.

To be Visionary.

To have sound Management skills.

An ability to express the good news of Christ in a way that shows the value of every individual, regardless of their cultural background but is expressed in a manner that is contextually relevant.

To provide an accessible and cooperative learning environment that is sensitive to cultural differences and ways of learning and communication.

To serve partner Churches and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in providing high quality educational programs that meet their needs for Indigenous leadership development.

To strive for effectiveness and efficiency in the organisation and delivery of services.

For more information on the College, why not have a look at their website:

4 June 2022


Canon Ian and Wendy will be away 11th—19th July. Revd Jacqui will be away 28th July—7th August.

4 June 2022


The Bookshop will be closed Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th June for the annual stock take.

27 May 2022


A fantastic Cancer Fundraiser was held on Wednesday 18th May. Thank you to the Dudley Park Bowling Club for the use of their premises when inclement weather meant it couldn't be held in the church grounds and so instead of a pop up we had a pop in. Thank you to everyone who gave up their time. Thank you so much to our entertainers Dee Gibbs, Midnight Rose(Shevonne and Jo), Voices in Harmony and Sandy Targett. Thank you to all our volunteers and cake makers. You all did a wonderful job and we made over our target, which was even better. Blessings, Sandra Keelty.

Many thanks also to Sandra, Helen Buhler and Sally Bone who organised this fundraiser on behalf of our parish.

27 May 2022


Our Saturday sewing group will commence again in June.will meet on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. For more information please contact Karen 0427 203 405.

27 May 2022


The parish office will be closed for the public holiday on Monday 6th June.

27 May 2022


We will be celebrating Pentecost at our services 3-5th June. You may like to consider wearing red on this weekend.