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St Augustine’s Anglican Church Hamilton

Anglican Church

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Personal Assistant to Rev'd Marian Free St Augustine’s Anglican Church Hamilton


Office Hours: Mon & Thu 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Open during Jumble Sale day
Closed Public Holidays

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Please do not hesitate to contact us at St Augustine’s – we are all very friendly and understanding towards yourself, family, friends and needs.

Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free
St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Brisbane, Hamilton

St Augustine’s parish is a traditional Anglican Church with an active Christ-centered community. You’re most welcome to join us at one of our weekly gatherings. As well as our two Sunday Services at 7:30am and 9:30am, there are services on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:00am and on Wednesdays at 10:00am.

On the first Saturday each month at 7:30am we hold a service in the Columbarium to remember the anniversaries of those who are interred there. Our Columbarium – All Soul’s Chapel – is open for private prayer during week days.

Our monthly Jumble Sale is held the first week of every month expect January, 9:15 am to 11am.

See our website for annual events such as Christmas services and Carols, Multi-Cultural Dinner and much more.

We look forward to meeting you soon and giving you the same welcome we have received from Jesus.

Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free
St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Brisbane, Hamilton
For further details, visit our website Worship Page

We are delighted to welcome brides and grooms to be married in our church. St Augustine’s is a wonderful place to pledge and start your life together whether you are after an intimate wedding with just 4 people or a large wedding with up to 250 guests.

Built in 1919, St Augustine’s is a beautiful church with stunning stained glass windows, set in leafy grounds on Racecourse Road Hamilton.

We will provide you all the information you need so that your family and friends make the most of your very special day. Check our availability for your date and please press continue below to enter your details.

Congratulations again,

Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free
St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Brisbane, Hamilton
For further details, visit our website Weddings Page

Baptism is the means by which a person affirms their faith in Jesus Christ and becomes a member of the church. It represents a movement from a materialistic world view to one in which Christ is at its centre. Those who are baptised turn to Christ, affirming their commitment to the belief in God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

You can read more about Baptisms at St Augustine’s on our website.

Children are unable to make such commitments, so when a child is baptised, Godparents make this commitment on behalf of the child.

At St Augustine’s ideally a person is baptised during our Sunday morning service, however we have found it more practical to hold most baptism services at 11:00am. If you or your child would like to be baptised, please click the button below to send us your details.

Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free
St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Brisbane, Hamilton

May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief.

Please accept our sympathies to you, your family, and friends.

We would be happy to discuss holding the funeral service here with us.

Please follow the prompts below to send us your details and we will be in contact to assist you very shortly.

Yours in Christ’s love,

Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free
St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Brisbane, Hamilton
For further details, visit our website Funerals Page

Please visit Crisis Care for assistance.
If you would like to contact us, or ask for prayer, please make use of our contact form below or call us.

Please contact our Office to discuss your ideas or requirements for hiring the hall, the lawns, or both. People usually access the hall if hiring the lawns.

Hire may be for non-commercial events, charity sales, or for use after a ceremony such as a wedding, baptism or funeral. Consider taking advantage of this memorable and beautiful setting. We make use of an excellent catering company.

The hall and lawns are also an ideal location for community group events, musicians, fitness classes, fund raising gatherings, educational groups and private functions.

Please follow the prompts below to send us your details and we will be in contact to assist you.

Rev’d Canon Dr Marian Free
St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Brisbane, Hamilton
For further details, visit our website Halls & Lawns Hire Page

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St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Diocese of South East Queensland
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Office Contact Form

Rev'd Marian Free Contact Form – Enquiries or Prayer Request

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Your information with us is kept confidential. Please contact us, so we may assist where possible. We look forward to hearing from you.

Office e-mails usually relate to events, times, donations, voluntary assistance, and administration or enquiries, such as baptism, wedding, hall hire and so forth.

E-mails to our Ministry are usually related to pastoral enquiries and may involve our office for help.

Our ‘Please Pray For Me’ e-mails are sent to Rev'd Marian Free in confidence and may be shared with a prayer team (a prayer team varies from time to time). If of assistance, please see our website for further details on the monthly Healing Service, our resources related to prayer, personal development, healing and crisis help.

Driving Directions To St Augustine’s Church

Most people park in Charlton Street on the upper side of the church. It is possible to drive right up to the front door to drop off those with mobility issues.

If you wish to park on the lower side of the church grounds, drive along Racecourse Road, (turn left off Kingsford Smith Drive into Racecourse Road if driving from the city) then turn left into the grounds. Leave the rectory driveway clear and use single depth parking. It is okay to park on the lawns unless otherwise signed. Please do not spin wheels on the lawns but drive gently, and take care of any adjacent flowers and plants. If you attend the grounds at other times, follow any instructions from the gardeners if present, who may restrict parts of the grounds they are working on. Please be aware of any people around you and other cars when exiting. Exiting is easy, but take some care turning back into Racecourse Road. If there is too much traffic, you can turn left and use other streets to get back to Kingsford Smith Drive.

If there is no room in the grounds, you may park on Racecourse Road, observing any signed areas from the city council. Alternatively, you can try various nearby side streets. Allen and Balowrie streets are often full, so it is easier trying Kent Street, or a bit further up in Stevenson Street. Wherever you park, it is not far to walk to the church. You can enjoy noting the various cafés.

If driving from the Gateway end into the city, turn right off KSD into Nudgee Road, then left into Stevenson Street, (or any of the side streets) and again, either use a side street that is not signed with half hour parking, Racecourse Road, the church grounds, or Charlton Street. Any location is within walking distance.

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The weekly Pew Bulletin email List

Keeping your contact details up to date

If you would like to be placed on our e-mail list, or removed, (we don’t mind how often you go on or off the list) please request the Pew Bulletin via the Office e-mail button above. The bulletin is also provided via our website, or Facebook.

If you change your e-mail address, please let us know so that we avoid e-mail bounces – this keeps our e-mail provider happy.

If you wish to provide us your contact details – phone and postal, or have changed your contact details and wish to let us know, that would be great.

We advise everyone using our website to never provide bank account details via the Internet or e-mail.

For further information about your privacy and our website terms of use, we refer you to Privacy and Terms.

Please Pray for Me

May we pray for you…

If you would like prayer for yourself or others, whether it is physical, emotional, relational, or involving other requests, Rev'd Marian Free will pray for you. If you wish to keep the matter only with Marian, please let us know, as we may share your prayer request for a few weeks among a prayer team. For more help about prayer and healing, please see our resources, specifically the Wednesday Service, and related pages. Prayer is a time of bringing a situation as sincerely as we can before God. This is not a time for counselling as such, but within the scope of pastoral ministry we listen with care and where able may offer advice. For specific services related to financial, food, housing, medical or other assistance, please see our link to Crisis Help. Rev'd Marian Free may be contacted in emergencies – please e-mail, or refer to the mobile phone number in the above mentioned Crisis Help section.

Please feel welcome to use Marian’s Contact Form above (see the section just below the Office Contact Form).

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Te Deum Windows (“We Praise Thee”) – Gallery windows, the largest, most spectacular windows, with colours flooding into the church.
Central panel: “Holy, Holy, Holy” – Angels of Light with Sun, Rainbow & Moon – Symbols of Evangelists, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John (winged man, lion, ox, eagle).
Christ crowned as King, hands pierced, blessing & rays of light. His head the cross, man’s means of salvation. Above the Holy Spirit as dove.
A gold chalice with Garland of wheat and grapes – the body & blood. Below Archbishop William Laud & St Augustine.
Left panel: Archangel Gabriel, St Aiden, St Ethelburga, St Francis of Assisi, St Patrick, St David, Airman & Soldier.
2nd left panel: Angel, Virgin Mary, St Joseph & lamp, St Peter & keys, St Andrew, St James, St John, St Philip, St Stephen as 1st Martyr, Mavis Parkinson (Ipswich, QLD) Martyr.
1st right of central panel: Angel, Moses, King David & harp, Isaiah, Jeremiah, St John the Baptist, Simon, St Anne, St Mary Magdalene, John Barge a Martyr of New Guinea.
Last right: St Michael, St Alban, St Etheldreda, St Edward the King, King Charles, Sister P. Hayman as Martyr, Navyman.