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.
- Newcastle Anglican
- Anglican Communion
- Anglican Women
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Two Anglicans will serve on the executive committee of the World Council of Churches.
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