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We are Gippsland Anglicans: 
Committed in Christ, Connecting in Service, Creative in Spirit

Services at St Paul’s Cathedral 
Sunday Mornings
Holy Communion: 8 and 10am
Sunday Evenings @ 5pm 
3rd Sunday of the Month: Contemplative Service 
Wednesdays @ 10am in the Lady Chapel - enter via the hall doors

Click here for Meditation and Evening Prayer
Click for link to our You tube site for:
livestreaming and uploaded 10am services

See below for Golden Beach, Kilmany and Loch Sport


Book Fair
Early January 2024
We are collecting books for this already. Please place on the BACK verandah of the hall, enter via Marley St, via the drive beside the Funeral Chapel.
Books needed

COMING UP at St Paul's

Blessing of Pets:  Sunday 8th October at 10am Service. 
Please bring your pets for a blessing.  Please note all animals to be restrained or contained. 

Plant Sale:
14th October 
plant sale clip

Quiet Days: October 21st
at St Paul’s    At the Abbey Nov 25th

Harvest Festival:  Sunday 29th October.   
An occasion to celebrate the fruits of our veggie gardens, fruit trees and more.   
Please bring any contributions of home-grown produce on the day.   

Back to Church Sunday 12th  November

AGM 19th November.   

Evensong 26th November plus supper

LHS Chapter house, which houses the Bishop and Registry staff, RHS of the Cathedral is the new Delbridge Hall.
FROM ROUND WINDOW IN HALL. Fish and fishing is an important part of Gippsland, as was in Jesus' time.
This font was brought from the old St Paul's church, and has been moved to different places around the cathedral.
LOOK UP! Did you know the roof is designed like an upside down boat, and the 'nave' where people sit, comes from the same word as naval?
This cathedral was the second 'St Paul's' Church built in Sale. It is the 'mother church' of the Anglican Diocese of Gippsland.
"Music Window :- Philip Handel 1981 It features the music score of Handel's "Water Music". The artist was a relative of the famous musician, Handel.

We are Gippsland Anglicans –Committed in Christ, Connecting in Service, Creative in Spirit.
Our parish is committed to ensuring our centres of worship and outreach are safe places for all, especially children and vulnerable people. 
We have a duty of care to protect all who participate in the life of the church from abuse. We have zero tolerance for abuse of any kind.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the Gunaikurnai Nation upon whose land we tread and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging,
as well as Elders from other country who live on this Land.