Blog

110 of 198 items

Return to indoor services

by Anthony

We have now returned to indoor services, our 9:30am & 7pm services are in Grace Chapel (Gungahlin Campus) and our 10am service is in Hewyard Hall (Forde Campus). If you’re unable to make it, you are able to watch the 9:30am or 10am services via zoom. The links for watching the service via zoom will [...]

Christmas Services

by Anthony

Details for Gungahlin Anglican Church Christmas services for 2020 are listed below. If you wish to attend one of our Christmas services, please register via the appropriate link: Christmas Eve – 6:00pm outdoors at Burgmann Anglican School, Cnr The Valley Ave & Gungahlin Dr, Gungahlin [Register for Christmas Eve Service] Christmas Day – 9:00am outdoors [...]

Return to face to face services

by Anthony

As restrictions in the ACT ease, we are now able to meet together in person again. However, things will be a little different in order to make sure we are still being COVID safe. If you wish to attend one of our services in person, please register via the appropriate link below: 9:30am @ Grace [...]

Gungahlin Anglican Church Online

by Anthony

In response to the COVID-19 situation, our Church has moved services online. You can find all previously recorded services on our YouTube channel. Services will also be shown via Church online which provides an interactive chat to help attendees to connect with one another during the service. Lastly, our visitors and contact form can be [...]

Cancellation of Sunday Services

by colinb

From Rector Taylor: As you will be aware the COVID-19 situation continues to be very fluid. The situation has been moving very quickly. Bishop Mark has advised that starting this Sunday all Services in the Diocese will cease. The purpose of ceasing services is seen to be ‘the wisest way to reflect the care and [...]

Good News!

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

In 2 Kings 7:9, the story is told of four men who discover that a besieging army has inexplicably (the text explains how God organized it), fled, leaving all its weapons, food and possessions behind. At first the four men fall upon the food and valuable possessions. Suddenly they realise they are doing wrong by [...]

Palm Sunday

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

The key event of the first Palm Sunday, Jesus’ riding into Jerusalem on a donkey, was clearly orchestrated by Jesus. It was an enacted parable. Jesus had previously organized a donkey to be available. So the King comes riding on a donkey. This slightly ridiculous sight was Jesus’ way of showing that on this occasion [...]

Rational and Respectful Debate

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

Many people, fueled by the media, believe that religious (and especially Christian) views should be excluded from a place in public debate. In an extreme form note the “marriage equality” and its stand over the Cooper’s Beer partnership with the Bible Society. Threats harassment and bullying resulted in Cooper’s removing their 200 year celebration of the [...]

Read the Bible, Be transformed

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

I hope that you read the latest newsletter from the Boye family and I hope you pray for them. As I read the latest newsletter, I was intrigued by the fact that Geoff was fined for going through a green traffic light even though he and his passengers knew that it was green and that [...]

Growing in Prayer

by Michael Dasey (Rector)

This is a year in which we are hoping to help all our church family to grow in prayer. In my experience, it is often true that we nod our heads to the need to be prayerful but often don’t get around to it. Is that true of you? If so, why does this happen? [...]