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Welcome to the Anglican Parish of Lismore

Parish Office is located behind St Andrew’s Church Office hours are 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday (closed Public Holidays)

Emergency Food Parcells are handed out from 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday

St Andrews Re-opened Sunday 26th July, 2020 and Wednesday at 11am from 2nd September, 2020

Re-Opening of St Andrew’s  

From 11th October there are two services at St Andrew’s Lismore 7:30am and 9:30am

We have now been given permission to re-open St Andrew’s for public worship. It will be a service of Prayer, Praise and Proclamation, the same as what we have been doing online.  The service will commence at 8.30am on Sunday. To ensure that we are compliant with being COVID Safe we are asking those who come along to adhere to certain requirements.  We will need to maintain social distancing and good handwashing and sanitising practices  We will need to record contact details of those who come.  There will be no congregational singing in the church.  We will not be allowed to take up a collection.    You will need to book in that you are coming by ringing the office or email.

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/anglicansofLismore

Youtube. www.youtube.com/user/saintandrewlismore

Each week a video of our Sunday Service will be put on Facebook and our YouTube channel. www.youtube.com/user/saintandrewlismore or https://upload.latest.facebook.com/watch

We have a new email address:

office@lismoreanglicans.com

rector@lismoreanglicans.com

alan@lismoreanglicans.org.au

aaron@lismoreanglicans.com

 

Parish Office  is located behind St Andrew’s Church

 

 

St Andrews  Lismore:

Sunday

7:30am and 9:30am 100 people

Wednesday

11am  limited to 100 people

Tuesday and Thursday Morning Prayer:
 
8am Morning Prayer will recommence Tuesday 22nd September and only on Tuesday and Thursday 
St Andrew’s Lismore Lady Chapel.

St Matthews Dunoon.

 Saturday  at 5pm  limited to 35 people

St Thomas’, Wyrallah

Sunday at 4pm in the grounds limited to 20 people and bring your own chair  (If it rains the service is cancelled)

St Mark’s Nimbin  will recommence Sunday 25th October, 2020

Sunday 10am fourth Sunday of the Month. 

Sunday 25th October, 2020 Holy Communion will recommence at our church services. It will be given in individual cups because of COVID 19 requirements.  There will be no intinction as this is considered too great a risk. We ask that all instructions give by the COVID Safe Wardens be followed as we all learn a new way of receiving communion.

Conditions for re-opening:
Each centre is limited in attendance (St Andrew’s 100, St Matthews Dunoon 35 and St Thomas Wyrallah 20 )
No congregational singing
No collection will be taken
Maintain social distancing of 1.5 meters from others who aren’t from your household
Hand sanitiser will be available for use
Everyone is encouraged to wear masks and download and use the COVIDSafe App
Book in with the parish office if you wish to attend.

 

 

St Peter’s Goonellabah: In Recess due to COVID 19

 

 

The Anglican Parish of Lismore is a friendly and diverse faith community embracing the Rainbow Region centres of  Dunoon, Goonellabah, Lismore, Nimbin and Wyrallah where we have church buildings.
The Anglican Parish of Lismore holds regular services at local retirement villages and nursing homes, aged care facilities, and participate in combined inter-church worship services and other activities in a range of venues and local churches.

We are a welcoming Christian community with a variety of worship styles, mission projects, outreach ministries, fellowship, prayer and study groups.

We share a deep desire to faithfully represent Jesus and live out His teaching in ways which reflect Christ’s example.

What does our Faith Community look like?

Our multicultural faith community includes a large number of African worshippers and resettled refugees from southern Sudan, many of whom are now naturalized Australian citizens. They bring a deep faith and personal energy to our community. Other nationalities represented include Sierra Leone, Kenya, Solomon Islands, Congo, Sri Lanka, Germany, Holland, and Japan.

Music is an important component of our worship, and we are blessed with a diverse group of musicians and accompanists who offer their gifts to God’s glory.

Various modern combos, unplugged ensembles and larger lineups featuring rock worship bands and brass are used according to need and availability.