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Local Anglican Community


St Cecilia’s Anglican Church

Just a short walk from the School campus is St Cecilia's Anglican Church, the Anglican Parish of Quinns-Butler. Students often visit to attend special services at the Church. The Church warmly welcomes members of the School community to connect and become involved with the St Cecilia's.

64 Quinns Road, Mindarie

PO Box 2, QUINNS ROCKS WA 6030

Phone: 9305 0432

 

Services

The Church holds regular services during the week and on weekends, as follows:

Tuesdays, 8:45am – Morning Prayer

Wednesdays, 10:00am – Midweek Communion

Saturdays, 5:30pm – Holy Communion

Sundays, 7:30am – Holy Communion

Sundays, 9:00am – Family Communion

2nd & 4th Sundays monthly, 11:00am – Holy Communion at Merriwa RAAFA Village Chapel and Tuart Lodge

1st and 3rd Sundays Monthly, 10:30am – Healing Circle

2nd and 4th Sundays Monthly, 10:30am – Prayer Circle

 

Contact Details

Rector: The Reverend Paul Howells

Phone: 9305 0432

Email: rpaulhowells@bigpond.com

 

People's Warden: Davina Houghton:

Phone: 0406 000 587

Email: davinh@westnet.com.au  

 

People's Warden: Anton Kerkhof

Phone: 0400 119 504

Email: kerkhof.ton@gmail.com

 

Groups and Activities

Below is a summary of the groups and activities happening at the Church. For further information, please phone the Parish office on 9305 0432.

 

Amnesty International

4th Saturday each month, 10:00am, St Cecilia’s Church

A letter-writing group within our Church that is part of a world-wide network of more than one million activists who help make a difference and change people’s lives for the better in a real and tangible way. Bring a pen and a couple of aerograms if you wish to help make a difference.

 

Coffee Morning

Thursdays, 10:00am to 12:00pm, St Cecilia’s Church

Bring a friend and spend an hour or two getting to know one another better over a cuppa. Everybody is welcome, including mums and/or dads with children.

 

Crèche

Sundays, 9:00am, St Cecilia’s Church

In order to facilitate personal worship, parents are welcome to leave their children (from 2 months to four years old) in the crèche during the Sunday 9:00am family service.

 

Cursillo

3rd Saturday monthly, 8:30am, St Cecilia’s Church for breakfast and meeting

At Cursillo there is an atmosphere of joy, with Eucharists, singing, laughter, tears, times of reflection, silence, talks and discussions, and creative activities interspersed with individual prayer and study, which focus on action.

Like a pilgrimage, Cursillo is for the faithful, and is intended to rejuvenate Christians on their journey. If you wish to become a Cursillista, Cursillo weekends are held in September.

 

God’s Club

Sundays, 9:00am, St Cecilia’s Church

Children aged four to 11 years old are welcome to participate in fun and friendship.  God’s Club children enjoy a story and prayers as well as arts and crafts and games that relate to the weekly readings. Children re-join their parents in the service to receive a Blessing.

 

God’s Gang

Sundays, 9:00am, St Cecilia’s Church 

Particularly for Young People aged 11 years and over. God’s Gang enjoy fun and friendship, as well as games and discussions that not only relate to the weekly readings, but encourage an awareness of their Christian faith and growing relationship with God. God’s Gang re-join the service to receive Holy Communion.

 

Mother’s Union

3rd Monday monthly, 10:00am, St Cecilia’s Church 

The Mothers’ Union is a world-wide society within the Anglican Church whose aim is to advance the Christian religion in the sphere of marriage and family life. Members are linked together by prayer, worship and service to others.

 

Parish Pantry

The Parish Pantry is most generously stocked both by families in the congregation and the funds received by holding regular community sausage sizzles.  It provides emergency food assistance to families in need living within the parish.

 

Pastoral Care and Prayer Chain

This vital ministry provides: prayer support, home or hospital visiting for the sick and incapacitated, and Holy Communion to those unable to attend church.

 

Spiritual Mentoring

“Come back to the Lord” - There is a Spiritual Mentor within St Cecilia’s who is qualified to assist you.  Journey deeper into God with a spiritual companion; someone who will ‘listen to you with the ear of the heart’.

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