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Our Saviour is our true Mother in whom we are endlessly born and out of whom we shall never come.      
Julian of Norwich

 

 

 

        

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 
 

 

 

 

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Welcome

 

Trinity is a Community of Anglicans and has offered worship and served the local and wider community since 1856. This is a church in the Catholic tradition of the Anglican Church where the worship is offered with great care, with celebration involving ceremonial and musical traditions.  The Mass is at the heart of the Parish Community life.

The present church was constructed in 1876/77, and nearby Trinity Hall and the Rectory where the priests live replaced earlier buildings in 1891/1892. Now rather an oasis surrounded by both commercial and residential zones, Trinity maintains open grounds and a place of relative quiet. The church is open most days, all day. It is surrounded by mature trees and provides a peaceful oasis in the heart of the Valley.

We welcome many and any - Trinity is inclusive of people of differing national origins, lifestyles, the lonely and wounded as well as those who seek just and fair Christian outcomes, based on the values our Lord expounded, practised and taught.

 

 

Page reviewed 17 March 2017 

 

 

 

Rector
The Reverend Dr Steven Ogden

rector@trinityvalley.org.au
0408 817 147

Parish Office
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
admin@trinityvalley.org.au
(07) 3852 1635

Church Wardens
Katharine Philp
Phillip Rule
Helen Tranter
admin@trinityvalley.org.au

Director of Music
David Webster
music@trinityvalley.org.au

Organist
Robert Dearness B.Mus., FTCL, L.Mus.A.
organist@trinityvalley.org.au

Hall bookings and parking
bookings@trinityvalley.org.au
Download form: Hall booking form

Lent and Holy Week at Trinity

At Sunday Masses throughout Lent, there will be a second collection for the ABM Lenten Appeal, supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ministries in remote communities. While any contributions in the second collection will go towards this appeal, appeal envelopes are available from the sidespersons’ table, as are money boxes should you wish to collect your loose change for this purpose.
See Services page for service times, homily themes and guest speakers.

Making Sense of Prayer
For the seven Wednesdays of Lent commencing Ash Wednesday, 1 March, the Office of Evening Prayer will be said at 5:30pm, incorporating a period of directed mediation, prayers for the world, the diocese and the parish, together with prayers for the people of this community who have asked for our prayers for their concerns. Following Evening Prayer each week, there will be a short discussion on the purpose and use of the Lectionary, the Psalms and of Prayer, both personal and corporate. It is essential that the prayer life of the parish be attuned to the wider needs of the community which we serve, and it is envisaged that at the conclusion of Lent, there may be enough enthusiasm to form a Prayer Ministry Team to lead and uphold the prayer life of the parish. Please speak to Neal Geraghty for more information.

 

Information link:
900 Ann St Development

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