Our evening service is changing! From Sunday 1st May, our evening service will start at 6PM. Join us at 5 for a sausage sizzle (or BYO dinner) then stay for the service.
Having just completed a four part sermon series on the book of Jonah, this coming Sunday (6 Feb) we continue our 2022 theme of “Engagement” by getting into Luke’s gospel and the start of Jesus’ ministry in Luke Chapter 4. Check out our YouTube channel for any sermons you’ve missed.
Our Sunday services are continuing both in-person and online. In Person 9:30AM – Grace Chapel, 4 The Valley Way, Gungahlin 10:00AM – Heyward Hall, Forde 7PM – Grace Chapel, Gungahlin Online Please contact the office for the link to our Zoom meeting If you are coming in person, please also remember to continue following COVID [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]