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Services

Worship and Holy Communion

Together at St Augustine’s Church

Church Services Brisbane

Worship and Holy Communion

Together at St Augustine’s Church

Services

St Augustine’s Services Information

All Denominations are Welcome

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‘So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in him’ NIV Colossians 2:6

Day of Week

Time

Service

Service Schedules

Service Details

Sunday7:30 am   Sunday Services - Eucharist    
Sunday9:30 am   Sunday Services - Eucharist    
Sunday9:30 am   Sunday School   
Tuesday & Thursday7:00 am   Morning Services   
2nd & 4th Tuesday
1st, 3rd & 5th Thursday
Tue: 7:30 pm
Thu: 2:30 pm
   Bible Study   Tue: Parish Office
Thu: Contact Rev'd Marian Free
Wednesday *10:00 am   Wednesday Service - Eucharist   
* 3rd Wednesday of the Month10:00 am   Healing Service - Eucharist   
1st Saturday of the Month7:30 am   Columbarium Service   
Kid's ChurchContact Rev'd Marian Free or the Office for details - held alternate fortnights in school term.

Special Dates

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Church Activities

 

Sunday 7:30 am

Sunday Service - Eucharist, (Holy Communion)

Sunday 9:30 am

Sunday Service - Eucharist, (Holy Communion)

Sunday 9:30 am

Sunday School

Tuesday 7:00 am

Morning Service

2nd & 4th Tuesday 7:30 pm


1st, 3rd & 5th Thursday 2:30pm

Tue: Bible Study – Parish Office


Thu: Contact Rev'd Marian Free

Wednesday * 10:00 am

Wednesday Service - Eucharist, (Holy Communion)

* 3rd Wednesday of Month 10:00 am

Healing Service - held during the service after Eucharist

Thursday 7:00 am

Morning Service

1st Saturday of month 7:30 am

Columbarium Service

Kid's Church

Please contact Rev'd Marian Free or the Office for details- alternate fortnights during school term

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What’s On at St Augustine’s

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"It is better never to undertake a high enterprise than to abandon it when once begun."

From Pope Gregory to the frightened monks with St Augustine   

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"They practised what they preached and were willing to endure any hardship,

and even to die for the truth which they proclaimed."

Saint Bede on St Augustine's monks   

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For news, last minute notices or changes to activity times, please check here:

📰News:   "In the morning, while it was still very dark, he got up and went out to a deserted place, and there he prayed." (Mark 1:35)

Church Notices

From the Archbishop, Lenten Study: Journey to Hope

I write to commend the Lenten study 'Journey to Hope', to all members of the Diocesan family. This study has been written by a team that the Archbishop appointed in late 2016. It is intended to help us learn from our past and to grow in faith, hope, and love. It draws on the messages and stories from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and on scripture readings for the season of Lent.
The study can be found here on the Diocesan Website >
It contains disturbing stories. Can I recommend that you join a Lenten Study group or that you speak to me (Marian) another trusted person if you find it confronting or if it raises issues for you?

Kids Church will next be gathering on Sunday 18th at 9.15am. We will be learning about Ash Wednesday & Lent with some art activities.

World Day of Prayer - A service will be held at Our Lady Help of Christians at 10.00 am on Friday 2nd March 2018, 9 Bowman Street, Hendra with morning tea afterwards.

Memorial Service - The Eternal SilenceIn response to a request for a Memorial Service from a survivor of sexual abuse by a Church Worker, the Anglican Church Southern Queensland engaged in a process of consultation with survivor support groups and agencies. These encouraged us to pursue the idea, with number of agency and group representatives indicating that it could be a very significant offering to survivors of abuse, and to the families and friends of those who died by suicide.
The Memorial Service will be held on THURSDAY 8 MARCH 7 PM, ST JOHN'S CATHEDRAL



Next Saturday Breakfast: 3rd March 2018 at the Journey Cafe (see bulletin for details or call our office). See more here >


Healing Service: On the third Wednesday of every month there is a time of healing prayer at the 10am Eucharist. The next healing service will be on March 21st.

Annual General Meeting: The Annual General Meeting will be held in the Columbarium on February 25th after the 9:30am service. Nominations and notices of motion must be given to the office by February 15th so that they can be included in the Pew Sheet.
Annual Reports should all now be submitted. If you still have not completed your annual report, please send to Marian asap.

Memorial Service - First Saturday of the month, in the Columbarium 7:30am.

Meditation resumes on February 7th 2018, and the Bible Studies also resume now that Marian had returned from holidays.

Lent - What will you do this Lent to help you focus your minds and your lives on Christ? Some of you may find it helpful to walk the Stations of the Cross that Rosemary will set up in the Columbarium.

Social & Community Notices

Farewell Afternoon Tea for Maria Mitchell - See our video of Maria's farewell:

Click Here


Jumble Sale 1st Wed of the Month 9:15 am - 11:15 am
Volunteers needed at 11:15 am to help pack up.

For news or changes to activity times, please check here:

📰 News: "In the morning, while it was still very dark, he got up and went out to a deserted place, and there he prayed." (Mark 1:35)

Church Notices

From the Archbishop, Lenten Study: Journey to Hope

I write to commend the Lenten study 'Journey to Hope', to all members of the Diocesan family. This study has been written by a team that the Archbishop appointed in late 2016. It is intended to help us learn from our past and to grow in faith, hope, and love. It draws on the messages and stories from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and on scripture readings for the season of Lent.
The study can be found here on the Diocesan Website >
It contains disturbing stories. Can I recommend that you join a Lenten Study group or that you speak to me (Marian) another trusted person if you find it confronting or if it raises issues for you?

Kids Church will next be gathering on Sunday 18th at 9.15am. We will be learning about Ash Wednesday & Lent with some art activities.

World Day of Prayer - A service will be held at Our Lady Help of Christians at 10.00 am on Friday 2nd March 2018, 9 Bowman Street, Hendra with morning tea afterwards.

Memorial Service - The Eternal SilenceIn response to a request for a Memorial Service from a survivor of sexual abuse by a Church Worker, the Anglican Church Southern Queensland engaged in a process of consultation with survivor support groups and agencies. These encouraged us to pursue the idea, with number of agency and group representatives indicating that it could be a very significant offering to survivors of abuse, and to the families and friends of those who died by suicide.
The Memorial Service will be held on THURSDAY 8 MARCH 7 PM, ST JOHN'S CATHEDRAL



Next Saturday Breakfast: 3rd March 2018 at the Journey Cafe (see bulletin for details or call our office). See more here >


Healing Service: On the third Wednesday of every month there is a time of healing prayer at the 10am Eucharist. The next healing service will be on March 21st.

Annual General Meeting: The Annual General Meeting will be held in the Columbarium on February 25th after the 9:30am service. Nominations and notices of motion must be given to the office by February 15th so that they can be included in the Pew Sheet.
Annual Reports should all now be submitted. If you still have not completed your annual report, please send to Marian asap.

Memorial Service - First Saturday of the month, in the Columbarium 7:30am.

Meditation resumes on February 7th 2018, and the Bible Studies also resume now that Marian had returned from holidays.

Lent - What will you do this Lent to help you focus your minds and your lives on Christ? Some of you may find it helpful to walk the Stations of the Cross that Rosemary will set up in the Columbarium.

Social & Community Notices

Farewell Afternoon Tea for Maria Mitchell - See our video of Maria's farewell:

Click Here


Jumble Sale 1st Wed of the Month 9:15 am - 11:15 am
Volunteers needed at 11:15 am to help pack up.

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Men’s Services: Army – St Martin, a soldier-saint sharing cloak with a beggar on a freezing night.
Air Force – St Michael, leader of the Angelic Host.
Navy – King Alfred, 9th Century creator of the British Navy.
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Women’s Services: Florence Nightingale – nursing.
St Gabriel – representing women who served as clerks & messengers.
Joan of Arc in armour.

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📰News: "In the morning, while it was still very dark, he got up and went out to a deserted place, and there he prayed." (Mark 1:35)