St Johns East Malvern

Saint Agnes’ Anglican Parish

Saint Agnes’ is a welcoming and hospitable faith community, celebrating God’s compassion and love for all.

As an Anglo-Catholic church, our faith, worship and community life finds its ultimate expression in encounter with the Risen Christ in Scripture and Sacrament.

Saint Agnes’ is a small but open community welcoming people from all backgrounds. Together we are committed to growing in spirituality and service as disciples of Jesus, glorifying God through inspiring worship, and sharing generous hospitality with our neighbourhood and local community.

Saint Agnes’ Winter Shelter:

Saint Agnes’ Glen Huntly is privileged to participate as part of the Glen Eira Winter Shelter, offering overnight shelter and meals for people experiencing homelessness and in need of crisis accommodation for 12 weeks this winter from 1 July. Saint Agnes’ Glen Huntly specifically will be offering dinner, bed and breakfast on Friday nights and Saturday mornings – volunteers are urgently needed. The Winter Shelter is being co-ordinated through Compass Community Care, please visit their website to find out more and volunteer. You can also email the Vicar at vicar@saintagnes.org.au

Click Here for a PDF Poster for the Saint Agnes’ Winter Shelter
Click Here for details about how to make a tax-deductible donation

Upcoming Services:

Requiem Eucharist for Lance Nickson – Monday 27th September, 1:45pm

The Requiem Eucharist for Lance Nickson will be held at Saint Agnes’ Glen Huntly on Monday 27th September at 1:45pm. Because of pandemic restrictions attendees will necessarily be limited to 10 persons only. The Order of Service and Livestream for the service, when available, can be accessed below:

Order of Service – Requiem Eucharist for Lance Nickson
Link to Livestream – Requiem Eucharist for Lance Nickson

“Lance Nickson died peacefully at home on 20 September 2021. Volunteer worker at the North Melbourne Football Club and for over two decades the Honorary Music Director, Organist and Office Manager of the Anglican Church of Saint Agnes, Glen Huntly. A very knowledgeable and highly skilled musician, a faithful disciple of Christ and a true friend to all. The souls of the righteous are in the hands of God.

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost – Sunday 19th August

Due to the ‘snap lockdown’ announced by the Victorian Government on 5th August there will be no public worship this Sunday. Please find resources for ‘Worship at Home’ below.

‘Worship at Home’ Liturgy Card
Resource Sheet for the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
Homily Reflection by Fr Ken Hewlett

Mid-week Services

10am Tuesday – Eucharist

Weddings and funerals within current regulations may now be conducted, please contact the Vicar directly for ministry needs.

Parish Mission Action Plan 2021 Available Here

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