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October 2021 Baptismal Service

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St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Hamilton

Diocese of South East Queensland

Join us this Sunday

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Welcome Message

St Augustine’s Anglican Church is an integral part of the Hamilton & Ascot community. Countless families have been with us in past and present years. We bring the best of Anglican tradition into our Parish and community.

Welcome

Our Christian life focuses on worship together, our reverence and calling to Christ, God’s only begotten Son, with our Holy Communion – the Eucharist, and prayer services. As an historic war memorial church, we provide important related services for our armed services and their enduring impact on our freedoms and way of life.

As such, we enjoy conversation and consideration of the issues & needs of our day. At times this is a great challenge we all face. We strive for open-minded conversation, seeking to practice inclusion. We reflect on how our beliefs may be put into action.

We would love to have you as part of the St Augustine’s family, including those of you who are seeking answers in life, your spirituality, and for being with us in our walk with God through the salvation of Jesus Christ. Please be encouraged in your journey with us, or simply to visit us.

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Welcome

St Augustine’s Anglican Church is an integral part of the Hamilton & Ascot community. Countless families have been with us in past and present years. We bring the best of Anglican tradition into our Parish and community.

Our Christian life focuses on worship together, our reverence and calling to Christ, God’s only begotten Son, with our Holy Communion – the Eucharist, and prayer services. As an historic war memorial church, we provide important related services for our armed services and their enduring impact on our freedoms and way of life.

As such, we enjoy conversation and consideration of the issues & needs of our day. At times this is a great challenge we all face. We strive for open-minded conversation, seeking to practice inclusion. We reflect on how our beliefs may be put into action.

We would love to have you as part of the St Augustine’s family, including those of you who are seeking answers in life, your spirituality, and for being with us in our walk with God through the salvation of Jesus Christ. Please be encouraged in your journey with us, or simply to visit us.

St Augustine’s is delighted to welcome The Rev’d Patrick King as Priest-in-Charge commencing Friday 21st January, 2022.

Following an undergraduate degree at Durham University, time spent living in community on the Isle of Iona and a year as a full time Pastoral Assistant at a church in London, Patrick King trained at Westcott House, Cambridge, was ordained in 2010 and served his title in Salisbury Diocese before spending three years as a parish priest in Oxford Diocese. Patrick moved out to the Diocese of Perth in September 2016 and took up the role of Vocations Advocate at Wollaston Theological College, before being licensed as Rector of Fremantle in August 2017. Married to Sarah (Brisbane born and raised!) in April 2021, he then moved over in September. In his spare time Patrick enjoys golf, cricket, walking the dog and the music of The Waterboys.

St Augustine’s News
St Augustine’s News
A Farewell to Marian – News 2021
A Farewell to Marian – News 2021
Christmas Service Times & Programs
Christmas Service Times & Programs

Mega Jumble Sale 30th November and 1st December 2021, 9:15am – 11:15am

Thank you Marian On behalf of St Augustine’s Parish and wider community, we thank you for all you have done for us over the past 14 years and we wish you a wonderful retirement.

Patrick & Sarah Patrick is commissioned to commence service with St Augustine’s on Friday 21st January 2022. He will be introduced by Marian at the Christmas Carols. Setting into newly-married life, Patrick and Sarah look forward to being along side us in ministry and with the wider community.

 

St Augustine's Gardens

Service Times

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Our Sunday services are traditional with Hymns accompanied by the pipe organ. The Columbarium may be opened by the Office for your use. Our lawns and grounds are a good place to pray, sit or reflect. You are very welcome to have a nice break during the day on our site. We are located at 56 Racecourse Road, Hamilton, Brisbane, 4007, with alternative entry via 9 Charlton Road.

A Memorial Church

Saint Augustine of Canterbury

A Benedictine monk, the prior of a monastery in Rome, chosen by Pope Gregory the Great to Christianise England.

The first Archbishop of Canterbury, considered the 'Apostle to the English' and a founder of the English Church.

[13th Nov 534 Italy - 26th May 604 AD]

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Saint Augustine of Canterbury

A Benedictine monk, the prior of a monastery in Rome,
chosen by Pope Gregory the Great to Christianise England.

The first Archbishop of Canterbury,
considered the ‘Apostle to the English’ and a founder of the English Church.

[13th Nov 534 Italy – 26th May 604 AD]

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News+

Please See our Weekly Pew Bulletin for All Current News

We livestream Sunday Morning 8:30am Service – Please see our Facebook Live link below

Please continue to check with Government Announcements for any restrictions or lockdowns, or call our Office

Masks are not currently required in services but you may wear a mask if you wish to

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Our Sunday services are Live-streamed via our Facebook group at 8:30am:
You need to have a Facebook account to login to Facebook Live Streaming. These are usually (not always) uploaded to YouTube afterwards. You should be able to view Facebook Live videos on your PC (not mobile) without a login to Facebook.
St Augustine’s Facebook Live

Our YouTube channel endeavors to have copies of our Sunday Services (sometimes we are unable to provide a video):

You Tube Videos

Mega Jumble Sale 30th November and 1st December 2021, 9:15am – 11:15am

Thank you Marian On behalf of St Augustine’s Parish and wider community, we thank you for all you have done for us over the past 14 years and we wish you a wonderful retirement.

Patrick & Sarah Patrick is commissioned to commence service with St Augustine’s on Friday 21st January 2022. He will be introduced by Marian at the Christmas Carols. Setting into newly-married life, Patrick and Sarah look forward to being along side us in ministry and with the wider community.

Anglican Church Calendars – Please could you let the office know if you would like to order calendars. I have placed an order list at the back of the Church.

Building Committee – If you would like to join the building committee please speak to our office.

Live-stream – we are getting closer to making decisions about permanent equipment for the live-stream. If you would like to make a donation please place it in an envelope labelled “live-stream” and place it in the offertory plate.

Church Linen – Some time ago I was given a quantity of Irish linen that was to be used to make linen for the church. Irish linen is of a very high quality and is hard to purchase. I have made a few purificators (used to wipe the cup) but would like to see the linen used and not left to languish in a draw. I’d love to hear from seamstresses who could give a hand. (Hand sewing is preferred, but most items made today are machine sewn.) – Marian

St Augustine’s Commemorative Lapel Pins now available
In recognition of the church embarking on its next 100 years, a lapel pin with magnetic fixture (no damage to garments) has been created to acknowledge the milestone. The enamel-on- metal pin reflects the St Augustine’s shield, in colour, and is available for purchase from the office or by order form. The proceeds will be directed to church funds, particularly the Restoration Fund and to charitable disbursements in the community.
At $8 each, this affordable memento can be yours.

COVID
We don’t have to tell you that the situation is constantly changing. Please remember that there are specific requirements for churches so it is important not to rely solely on news reports. As you will have noted we are keeping the signage on the pews so that we can quickly adapt to the changing circumstances.
We are constantly monitoring the situation and following advice. If you have any questions, could you direct them to the Covid Warden, Daniel Aspinall
Pantry Challenge – Our weekly pew bulletin lists a different challenge each week.

Christmas Closures:

Office will be closed from 16th December 2021 – 10th January 2022

Wednesday 10am service will resume 19th January 2022

Thursday 7:00am – No service until further notice

Christmas Service Times
Christmas Service Times

Congratulations to Quinn who has been appointed as a full time Curate at Holy Trinity the Valley. He will commence there on February 1, 2022. Please pray for Quinn and Melanie as they prepare for this new stage of their journey together.

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Keep in Touch

Call Us (07) 3268 3935 M-F 9:30am-12:30pm

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