St Peters Swansea
28 Josephson St Swansea
Sun Eucharist 4.00 pm
(except 1st Sunday)
Fri Healing 9.30 am
Gwandalan Community Centre
Cnr Koowong Road & Noamunga Cres., Gwandalan
Sunday Eucharist 10.00 am,
except 1st Sunday -A Service for Today's Church (Lay-led)
St Peter's Swansea Anglican Church
Swansea Anglican Church
Thanks for visiting Swansea Anglican Church website today. We are part of the Diocese of Newcastle, and serve the communities of Swansea, Gwandalan and Summerland Point, as well as Pelican, Blacksmiths, Caves Beach, Catherine Hill Bay, Nords Wharf, Cams Wharf, Chain Valley Bay and Murrays Beach.
Sunday by Sunday we gather as a Church Family of Anglicans to worship God, Father, Son & Holy Spirit, knowing this makes a difference in our lives, and praying that that difference will make a difference in our community. We welcome all who would come to join with us in worship. As well as Sunday worship, we offer the Pastoral Services of Baptism, Marriage, and Funerals. We have regular groups including Bible Study, Craft Group, Mothers' Union and a Guild.
You will find with us friendship, acceptance and caring.
Our mission: In faith and prayer, let us show God's love to all through our worship, witness and care.
Note: To look up the Bible Readings listed below: click on the day you want, then 'copy' the reading you want — go to web site http://bible.oremus.org/ and paste.
Caring for Each Other
If you or someone you know is not well, in hospital, or would like Home Communion, please contact:
Julie_McKay (49713629) & Mervyn Hammond (4971 4993)
June_Howard (49710978) Jan Kelly (4972 5854) & Carol Leist.
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Catherine Govan, a coordinator of ministries with children and families in the Anglican Parish of Nelson Bay and a mother of four children, speaks out about her support of Bishop Greg and the diocesan’s journey to shaping a healthy future to ensure that children can feel safe in our churches again. Shaping a Healthy Future...
Religious education in public schools is a hot topic right now, but that hasn’t always been the case. And it is not all negative in the wider community either. A special event was co-ordinated by Karen McNamara MP, Federal Member for Dobell, to celebrate local community champions. Included in the nominations was June Eggert, a...
Held at the beautiful, historic St Peter’s Church, East Maitland on June 7, we were made most welcome by the Rector, the Ven. Canon David Battrick. On a day that was fine, though very windy, about 120 people attended from 37 parishes. Bishop Peter Stuart celebrated and preached on the anxiety of searching and the...
A Service of Repentance and Reconciliation was held at St John’s, Taree on Sunday, July 3, marking the beginning of NAIDOC Week. The service was led by The Reverend Chris Beal and Pastor Russell Saunders, a proud Biripi elder preached and shared culture. Members of the parish and the Biripi community enjoyed brunch and fellowship...
A group of 11 students from Lakes Grammar – An Anglican School, Design & Technology class entered the Climate Adapted People Shelters (CAPS) Public Design Competition 2016 and run by the University of Technology Sydney and NSW State Government. The task was to redesign a bus shelter for a hot temperature zone in Western Sydney....
The inaugural Fun, Food and Faith Arvo was held at St Luke’s Anglican Church, Coopernook on March 19. The various games and activities were conducted by Manning Valley Anglican School (MVAC) teachers Greg Anderson, Tamara Bean and Anne Randall. Following the activities and a hearty country hospitality style afternoon tea the MVAC families joined other...
Despite the fact that it was a cold , wet winter’s evening 45 people gathered at St Matthew’s Anglican Church, Wingham for the regular 4pm Contemporary Service on June 19. 26 members of the congregation came from Manning Valley Anglican College (MVAC) including two members of the music team; Mrs Lauren Baker and Mr Todd...
The breadth of Samaritans work is extensive but it is this diversity that gives Samaritans the opportunity to work with so many and consequently make a real difference in our local community. Almost 12,000 people were supported through our Emergency…
Samaritans is hosting a number of free NDIS forums throughout the local community. The forums will provide the community with an opportunity to recieve information and ask questions relating to the launch of the NDIS in their region. Guests will also…
Samaritans Professional Support Program is hosting a Conference on “What is the link between Pedagogy & Practice: Why do we need a Pedagogy?”. The Conference will give an insight into 21st century practice in early childhood education. Keynote Speaker,…
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Samaritans is grateful for our ongoing partnership with the Metropolitan Players, who will again support our work in the community through the opening night of their 2016 production of Wicked. Awe-inspiring and spectacular, WICKED is the untold story of the…
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Samaritans Family Day Care and In Home Child Care are seeking Educators! As an educator you will provide care for small groups of children in a Family Day Care setting or provide In Home care in the childs home. Samaritans educators have…
The Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil is learning from the Anglican Church of Canada’s experience of ministry with indigenous people.
Church leaders have been responding to yesterday’s murder of French Roman Catholic priest Father Jacques Hamel.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has announced the appointment of Sarah Snyder as his new advisor for reconciliation.
The Bishop of Western Massachusetts in the US-based Episcopal Church has appointed a Rabbi in Residence for the diocese’s Christ Church Cathedral.
The British government have announced a £2.4 million fund to help secure places of worship in England and Wales.
French anti-terror police are investigating an attack on a church in Saint-Etienne du Rouvray in which the priest was killed and another worshiper seriously injured.
Two bishops responsible for Anglican and Episcopal churches in Europe have responded to Friday’s deadly shooting attack in Munich.
The special functions arranged by Anglican Women entail quite a bit of forward planning! So we can give you some dates for your diaries so you too can plan ahead. The Annual Anglican Women’s Service 2016:
There will be a Prayer Service for the Royal Commission on Sunday 31 July at 5pm at St Luke’s Wallsend. This act of Prayer and Worship is open to all people. The Service will consist of readings, hymns, symbols and prayer.
Held at the beautiful, historic St Peter’s Church, East Maitland on Tuesday 7th June 2016, we were made most welcome by the Rector, The Ven. Canon David Battrick BSG and staff. On a day that was fine, though very windy after a fairly extreme weekend, about 120 people attended from 37 parishes.
The first week of September always sees the Spring Celebrations organised by Anglican Women in the various Deaneries of the Diocese of Newcastle for everyone who would like to come. This year the guest speakers will be from Kairos Outside for Women (KOW) in the Hunter. They will be the recipients of the next Thank You Box […]
Anglican Women is for ALL women, whether they belong to another organisation or none. The Annual Diocesan AW Service will, instead of the Cathedral, this year take place on Tuesday 7th June at St Peter’s, William Street, East Maitland, commencing at 9.30am with Morning Tea.
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Thank You Boxes are distributed by AW. Mrs Kerry Thompson, the wife of Bishop Greg, spoke at the 2015 Spring Celebrations about the difficulties associated with bringing together indigenous clergy from remote communities for training and support. Anglican Women recently received the heartfelt thanks of the Bishop of the Northern Territory, The Rt Revd Greg Anderson, […]
The ‘Thank You Boxes’ used by Anglican Women raised $7,600 which has been forwarded to the Bishop of the Northern Territory, The Rev’d Dr Greg Anderson, for the NT Aboriginal Ministry Support Fund. This money is the gift of the Anglican Women of Newcastle Diocese, collected through the Thank You Box Project of 2014-15. This […]