What's Happening and How to Get Involved
Salt is now Quarterly
Salt has been re-vamped and the Winter issue for this year is now available. See the SALT tab.
Wednesday Evening Service
1st Wednesday of Every Month
Saint Andrew’s is pleased to announce a new monthly inclusive worship service. Commencing on Wednesday 3rd March at 5:30pm for 6pm we will gather in community, we particularly welcome any members of the LGBTIQ+ community who are seeking a safe space to worship. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on P. 3221 2400 E.
Con Spirito Concert
Friday 25th June 12:30pm
The performer is pianist Maxwell Hinton and his program is as follows: Franz Schubert’s “Impromptu in C, Op. 90 no. 1”; four preludes by Sergei Rachmaninov Op. 23 no. 6 in E flat major, Op. 32 no. 12 in G sharp minor, no. 2 in B flat minor, and no. 10 in B minor); Johannes Brahms - 3 Intermezzi, op.117; Steve Reich’s “Piano Counterpoint” and Christopher Cerrone’s “Hoyt-Schermerhorn”.
Social Justice Table
Returns 4th July
Last Sunday’s Social Justice raised $420 for Beddown. A fantastic effort for a wonderful cause. So many thanks to everyone for your support.
Unfortuneately Beddown’s trial in Brisbane has been put on hold, but they are now working to find a safe bed for the 20 guests they have helped throughout the trial period. They are looking for places in local hostels and hotels for at least 2 weeks.
So Beddown needs to raise $20,000 to pay for temporary accommodation so the 20 guests can have somewhere safe and warm to sleep through the winter.
So the money we raised will be passed on to Beddown to assist with this urgent
As with any church volunteers are at the heart of our service.
If you would like to volunteer or require any further information please contact the office: 3221 2400 or email: email@example.com
We'd like to hear from people who are interested in serving at Saint Andrew's in any of the following areas:
Liturgist / Readers
Greeters and Ushers
Community Meal Servers
Flowers are a beautiful way of expressing feelings and
remembering loved ones as well as enhancing the
If you would like to donate to the flower program or if you would like to be part of our team of volunteers who arrange the flowers please contact the office: 3221 2400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
+Plus One Plan - NEEDED
Thank you to all for your continued generosity in supplying items for the guest table managed by Boris every Saturday at the community meal.
Each week, we put out on the table, a reasonable number of the following- Toilet paper, wrapped soap, single toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, skin cream, tissues, lip balm, nail clippers, disposable razors and shaving cream, and whatever else is supplied to us.
The table also has beanies, socks and blankets available, and depending on what is handed in - shoes, sneakers, sheets and towels.
Now that the weather is colder, the knitted/crotchet blankets and mittens/gloves in stock will be added.
So, to support the ‘table’ any of the above will be gratefully received.
Women’s - We have no need of summer clothing as there is no further room for storage and there is enough clothing to put out for summer this year. However, winter long sleeved warm garments are still useful.
Men - Thank you for your generous gifts of warm jackets and rain/wind jackets. Whatever Is put out on the clothing racks each week is taken. Brushed cotton long sleeved shirts and jerseys keep the cold out as well.
Help the environment and support the community meal
Bring approved containers to church and leave them in the red bin in the kitchen area OR deposit your containers at a recycle depot and quote the Saint Andrew’s Scheme No C10161825 and the cash refund goes directly to our account.