We invite you to join us in worship.
Sunday 8.00 am
Sung Eucharist. (Traditional Anglican Liturgy based on APBA) and followed by morning tea in hall.
Sunday 9.45 am
All Ages Eucharist & Sunday School. (Kid Friendly, activities for children) and morning tea in hall.
Wednesday 10.30 am
Holy Communion (aprox 30min) [on the 1st Wednesday includes the laying on of hands and anointing for healing] Morning tea follows.
2nd Saturday of the Month 6.00 pm
Holy Communion at 6 pm. All Welcome!
Belmont Anglican Church, All Saints'.
We aim to be an inclusive and welcoming church community. Try us out and see how we do!
All Saints Belmont Anglican Church is on eastern edge Lake Macquarie. We serve the people of Belmont, Belmont South, Croudace Bay, Eleebana, Floraville, Marks Point and Valentine.
Belmont Anglican Church proclaims Jesus Christ is Lord. His birth, life, teaching, death and resurrection are central to our faith and living. They give us reason for joy and inspire us to serve.
We visit the sick, teach the faith, and care for one another. We pray and share the sacramental life. We celebrate the good news of the kingdom of God.
For Baptism, Marriage or Funerals, please contact our Parish Priest. The details are in the sidebar.
You are welcome to join us for worship and/or any of our activities or events.
Welcome to All Saints Belmont Anglican Church
All Saints Belmont Anglican Church is an amazing place to lift and inspire you. Contemplate God and all that God is doing in the world!
At All Saints, we strive to come to a deeper understanding of God. We seek to be agents of change for good. We look to God’s kingdom of justice and peace. We look for those riches as a reality in every person’s life.
I pray you will find among us a warm welcome, a deep respect, and the joy of people who share this journey.
Belmont Anglican Church
All Saints' Belmont
He was in the world, and the world came into being through him; yet the world did not know him. He came to what was his own, and his own people did not accept him. But to all who received him, who believed in his name, he gave power to become children of God, who were born, not of blood or of the will of the flesh or of the will of man, but of God.
† In Memoriam.
For the souls of the faithful departed especially, . . . .
together with all those we love and see no longer.
Rest eternal grant to them O Lord
and let light perpetual shine upon them.
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Anglican Women has again organised the Silent retreats for women which are held each year in Lent. The venue for February 2018 will be the Catalina Conference Centre at Rathmines, situated on the western shores of beautiful Lake Macquarie, between Toronto and Morisset. A spacious, very comfortable, single-level facility, it is surrounded by parks and walkways.
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