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Join us for worship

19 March 2023

9 am Parish Eucharist

Liturgy for the Eucharist

A Reflection group will meet following morning tea after the Eucharist every Sunday. Everyone is welcome.

Last weeks liturgy

12 March 2023

9 am Parish Eucharist

Liturgy for the Eucharist

Last weeks Parish news

12 March 2023

Parish Weekly

Weddings at Christ Church


We can't think of a more perfect place to be married than the beautiful and historic 150 year old Christ Church St Kilda.

All wedding enquiries to

Acting Vicar The Rev. Gail Bryce

9534 3892 or 0458 254 882                 vicar@christchurchstkilda.org.au

St Kilda Families: Memorials in Christ Church

This book, published in 2020, tells much of the story of our historic church which dates from 1857. The beautiful stained glass, gold leaf decorated chancel and numerous memorials reflect the history of the early colony and its leading citizens.

The St Michael chapel features a superb memorial to those who fell in the great war. The author, Jenny O’Donnell, has brilliantly and touchingly recorded the stories of these men and women. 

The book has 220 biographies and 120 pictures. It is available from the church at $40 (postage extra).

 

For more information and to purchase, contact Gary at glei@bigpond.com

Christ Church Community Centre

Christ Church Mission’s Community Centre (St Kilda’s Little Mission) is committed to creating an environment which is welcoming, inclusive and supportive for the diverse range of people and groups in our local community.

 

Recognising that poverty of resources and poverty of relationships can lead to social exclusion, the Centre offers opportunities for social interaction and personal growth, particularly through our weekly free community meal, emergency support, volunteering opportunities, engagement in free or low-cost activities, and community outreach.

History and restoration

The foundation stone for Christ Church was laid on 29 November 1854.

 

It is believed to be the oldest public building this side of the Yarra. 

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