Holy Week & Easter Services

Holy Week: Services

Monday 4pm March 26, Tuesday 12noon March 27: Blessing of the Oils, Diocesan Quiet Day, Wednesday 5pm March 28, Thursday 10am March 29

Maundy Thursday 7.30pm: Eucharist of the Last Supper and foot washing, stripping of the altar and all night vigil

Good Friday 9am Veneration of the Cross,   4pm Stations of the Cross

Easter Eve 6pm  March 31 Children's Service at the Garden tomb

Easter Day  April 1st

6am Dawn Service: Lighting of the New Fire and Renewal of Baptismal Vows

9am Eucharist

Ecumenical Christian monthly

Ecumenical Christian Meditation:

For anyone who would like to explore the traditional practice of Christian Meditation.

The sessions involve a twenty minute largely silent meditation followed by a short Christian reach. Be still and know that I am God.

Now meeting monthly:  3rd Thursday of each month 5.30-6pm 

Venue: Mary Thomas Room in Cathedral Hall. For further details contact Helen Rainger on 4821 5725 or Cathedral Office: 4821 2206

Education for Ministry (EfM) Program @ Cathedral

Education for Ministry (usually abbreviated as EfM) is an adult learning program that seeks to enable people to see and to experience the connection between Christian faith and daily life.

EfM helps us to interpret the richness of the church's faith in our complex world and to express it with confidence, in both words and actions, in our day-to-day lives and in our own communities.

EfM can be summed up as Exploring Faith Matters! It is formational and transformational for Christian life and ministry.

Great News for our Heritage Program

Our local member, Pru Goward announced the Cathedral has been awarded a grant of $150,000 NSW Heritage Grants Program.

The funds will be used towards the future proofing of the Cathedral for another 100 years.

A team lead by our Heritage Architect, Michael Fox carried out exploratory hydrology works and laser point cloud mapping to define internal and external modelling of the Cathedral. 

This work was funded by moneys already raised.

The works needed to remediate the water issues will cost at least $1.5m.