St Paul's Anglican Church Canterbury
St Paul's Anglican Church Canterbury is on the corner of Margaret and Church Streets in Canterbury, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3126. We are an intergenerational community of people who are welcoming and caring, connected to God and to each other.
From the Vicar
Welcome to the website of St Paul's Anglican Church in Canterbury. At St Paul's we seek to be a community of people who are welcoming and caring, connected to God and to each other. We believe that the Christian faith has profound things to offer people who are searching. We take seriously the desire of people to search, to question and to enquire. St Paul's Church is one of Canterbury's treasures. Its ambience, pipe organ, stained glass windows and other works of art enhance our worship and spiritual lives. On behalf of the people of St Paul's I invite you to join us. Rev. Susanne Chambers.
> Youth Group Program
> Events - Calender of Events 2016
> Recent Sermons
> Weekly Pew Sheets
> Hire Our Facilities, Catering and Hall Bookings
> Photo Gallery - new album of our Patronal Dinner and recent Baptism
> Contact Us
> Canterbury Council of Churches: http://www.canterburycouncilofchurches.org/
> Richard Rohr's Falling Upwards: A spirituality for the two halves of life http://store.cac.org/Falling-Upward_p_18.html
> Richard Rohr’s Daily Meditation, Friday, January 22, 2016 https://cac.org/gods-solidarity-with-suffering-2016-01-22/
An Intergenerational Community
Christianity makes more sense when it is lived and experienced with other people. We are an intergenerational community which fosters connection between people of all ages. We would value the opportunity of welcoming you to your worship, community life and other activities.
Stay in Touch
Stay in touch with all that's going on at St Paul's Anglican Church Canterbury through our weekly pew sheet in PDF form that is updated every Friday. Read more about us - see this interesting article and photos that appeared in The Age newspaper and online. See more about us - by visiting our photo albums online.
The Anglican Season: Season After Pentcost
The Season after Pentecost (sometimes called Ordinary Time) is the longest period on the Church calendar (approximately 5 months) and stretches from the day after Pentecost until Advent when the cycle of the Church year begins again. The liturgical color normally assigned to Ordinary Time is green. Some of the principal holy days that fall in the season after Pentecost include:
Trinity Sunday, Transfiguration, Holy Cross, Feast of Saint Matthew, All Saints and Reign of Christ.