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St. John’s Anglican Church is holding in-person services, many of which are livestreamed over Facebook as well.
NSW Contact-Tracing regulations require that you check in (using the QR Code if possible, or directly with a sidesperson) when you arrive.
Services for Pentecost, also known as Whitsunday, 23 May 2021:
- 8:00am Holy Communion, BCP, will be in-person only.
- 9:30am Holy Communion, will be both in-person and livestreamed.
A mid-week Holy Communion service (Book of Common Prayer) is held on Thursdays at 10:00am.
Instructions on accessing the Facebook livestream (available 24/7 after the initial livestream), even if you do not have a Facebook account:
- Click http://www.facebook.com/stjohnsgordon to open St John’s Facebook page on your browser
- Scroll down to “Posts”
- If you are watching during the livestream, it should be the first posting. If you are watching later, you will need to scroll down through the posts until you see “St John the Evangelist was live” for the day’s service that you wish to view.
- While viewing services, Facebook may ask you to Create New Account; you can ignore this (you may need to click on the “Not Now” button)
- Click here to access archived Orders of Service documents
The Very Reverend Kanishka Raffel, the Dean of Sydney, has been elected as Archbishop of Sydney. He’s the 13th leader of the Anglican Church in Sydney since Bishop Broughton was first appointed in 1836.
“I’m humbled and somewhat daunted by the responsibility given me by the Synod,” Archbishop-elect Raffel said. “We believe that the Lord works through his people — both in making this decision and in enabling the Archbishop to fulfil his role. Like every Christian, I gladly trust in Jesus.”
written by our former Rector, Father Bill Weston
God our Father, send your Holy Spirit upon the people of this parish. Give us a greater love for all. Make us more compassionate for the sick, the lonely and all in need, more zealous in the inspiration of the young, more concerned about the wider mission of the Church and more generous in our giving of service and money. Help each one of us to know what we ought to do and give us strength and courage faithfully to do it, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
St John’s Annual Fete Returns on Saturday, 9 October!
- Rector’s Message, published 9 May 2021
- Rector’s Message, published 2 May 2021
- Rector’s Message, published 25 April 2021
Click HERE for St John’s COVID Safety Plan, updated 1 April 2021 as required by, and registered with, the Gov’t of NSW
St John’s is a COVID Safe entity.