Through days of exhausting schedules, multiple responsibilities, and critical decisions sometimes we are looking for a place of quiet rest, a setting for worship that will quiet and refresh us.  Sometimes we find spiritual refreshment in Sunday morning worship and we also may find it in worship which is still, reflective, and meditative.  It offers:

Exteneded times of stillness, scripture readings, reflection prayer and music.  It is an opportunity to quiet ourselves in order to open our souls to the ministry of God within, another way to listen for God within our hearts.  Contemplative Worship waits for God in the silence, it is an opportunity to be quiet and still in the midst of busyness, finding our spiritual centre and then engage in our world in meaningful ministry.  Please consider joining us in this worship experience to be held on the Third Sunday of each month at 5pm. Enter via the hall. 

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.

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.
f you are concerned about your own or somebody else’s safety, or have witnessed behaviour that makes you feel uncomfortable you can contact the Deputy Director of Professional Standards in the Gippsland Diocese, Julie Reilly Mobile: 0456 572 589   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.