St Paul’s Anglican Church – East Kew

St Paul’s Anglican Church – East Kew

We are an inclusive Christian community in the Anglican tradition.

We value sacramental worship, transformational faith,
hospitality and social justice.

Book Launch

Sunday 12 December 2021
2:00pm–4:00pm

Cover of the book Switchback

Switchback:
An Inner and Outer Journey
by
Gillian Clezy

Come meet the author and share in a glass of champagne to celebrate the launch of this wonderful new memoir. There will be book sales and signings, a reading and unseen pictures not included in the final publication.

Introduced by the Reverend Canon, John Sanderson MA.

Gillian Clezy

To attend please complete the registration form on the Switchback website (link below).

This will also help us to comply with our COVID-19 safety plan.

https://www.switchbackmemoir.com/events

Venue

St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall
63 Windella Ave, Kew East

Inquires: 0434 796 301

Christmas Services 2021

Nativity with a Torch by the Le Nain brothers, c. 1635-40

Nativity with Torch (c.1635–40) — Le Nain brothers

Christmas Eve

Friday 24 December — 5:00 pm

Children’s Service

An informal service for families with crafts and carols


Friday 24 December — 11:00 pm

Choral Eucharist

Traditional Sung Eucharist


Candles

Christmas Day

Saturday 25 December — 10:00 am

Eucharist

Church Services during COVID-19

Due to COVID restrictions, there is currently one combined service (alternating the Choral and Contemporary Eucharists week by week)

SUNDAYS at 10:00 am

St Paul’s Care Network

We remind parishioners about the St Paul’s Care Network. This gives us all a direct link to one or two other people in the parish.

In a time like this it's good to keep in contact and support each other!

Weekly Offering

We encourage parishioners to make dedicated giving contributions electronically.

If you need help in setting up electronic payments, please email:

Contemporary eucharist

We Welcome You

We welcome those who are single, married, divorced, widowed, straight, gay, old, young or somewhere in between.

We welcome wailing babies, excited toddlers, lonely parents, children and teenagers.

We welcome those who work too hard, don’t work or can’t spell. Those who are sick, anxious and worried or need to talk about such problems or just be with others who are friendly and helpful.

We welcome those who could use a prayer right now and those who may have had religion forced down their throats as children and feel switched off but still in search of something or are just plain curious.

We welcome locals, doubters, pilgrims, seekers and YOU.