Current Covid Capacity Limit 35 - Sunday and Friday
You Must Pre-Book to Come to Church
Sunday - 9.30 am
Friday - 9.30 am
We are required by law to keep contact details for each person attending, which in the main will remain private, save in the event of a case of Covid 19 being associated with the Service, we will need to pass these details on to the relevant health authorities.
St Peter's Swansea
bookings essential as we return to normal
An interim liturgy for individuals and couples. You may use it with the Bulletin, Sunday Reading Sheet, and Sermon for the Sunday.
whose Son, Jesus Christ, is now exalted as Lord of all,
and pours out his gifts upon the Church:
grant it that unity which only your Spirit can give,
keep us in the bond of peace,
and bring all creation to worship before your throne;
through Jesus Christ our Redeemer,
who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever. Amen.
St Peter's Swansea
bookings essential as we return to normal
Sunday - You must book
28 Josephson St Swansea
Sunday 9.30am - Holy Communion
Gwandalan join with Swansea for Sunday
Normal Weekday - You must book
Soon Tuesday 10.00-12 noon - Friendship Group in the hall
Thursday 10.00-11-00 - Bible Study in the hall
Friday 9.30-10.30 - Holy Communion & Healing Service
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.
You will find with us friendship, acceptance and caring.
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, Mothers' Union and a Friendship Group where anyone is welcome to call in for morning tea and a chat.
In faith and prayer, let us show God's love to all through our worship, witness and care
Caring for Each Other
If you or someone you know is not well, in hospital, or would like Home Communion, please contact:
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Prayer in time of Covid 19
Keep us Lord, under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
Be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may all find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord. Amen.
The Church of England
- Newcastle Anglican
- Anglican Communion
- Anglican Women
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Let the Children Come to me
Let the little children come to me; do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of God belongs. Jesus took them up in his arms , laid his hands on them and blessed them.
May the souls of the faithful departed
together with those we love and see no longer
Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory!
Rest eternal grant to them O Lord, and light perpetual shine upon them.
We acknowledge the people of the Awabakal who walked about, this place they call Galgabba, since time before.
We acknowledge the Darkinjung people whose traditional lands include the southern end of our parish.