Belmont Anglican Parish, Diocese of Newcastle, NSW Australia

We invite you to join us in worship.

EucharistSaturday 6.00 pm 
Said Service. No hymns, recorded music, for those who can’t make Sunday.

sacramentsSunday 8.00 am 
Sung Eucharist. (Classic Anglican liturgy based on APBA) and morning tea in hall.

All Saints BannerSunday 9.45 am 
All Ages Eucharist & Sunday School. (Kid Friendly, activities for children) and morning tea in hall.

URWelcomeBelmontWednesday 10.30 am 
Holy Communion (30 min) - on 1st Wednesday includes time for the laying on of hands and anointing for healing.Morning tea follows.

2nd Saturday 4.30 pm 
(for saints who like noise and don't mind some mess) Messy Saints starts in the Hall and moves to the Church, see Messy Saints.

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


Canon Janet

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

Go Forth

The Lord is my song

croix de taizeThe Lord is my song, the Lord is my praise, all my hope, come from God. The Lord is my song, the Lord is my praise, God the wellspring of life.

Taize – Oecumenical Chant


† 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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Check out what has been happening around the Diocese this week with a gallery of photos. Has your parish or group had a special event? Please send your photos and stories to to be included in the Messenger.  

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The Rev’d Theresa Angert-Quilter was commissioned at Kurri Kurri on Monday July 4. Photos by Grant Killen.  

Check out what has been happening around the Diocese this week with a gallery of photos. Has your parish or group had a special event? Please send your photos and stories to to be included in the Messenger.  

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Samaritans is hosting a number of free NDIS forums throughout the local community. The forums will provide the community with an opportunity to recieve information and ask questions relating to the launch of the NDIS in their region. Guests will also…

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Samaritans is grateful for our ongoing partnership with the Metropolitan Players, who will again support our work in the community through the opening night of their 2016 production of Wicked. Awe-inspiring and spectacular, WICKED is the untold story of the…

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Samaritans Family Day Care and In Home Child Care are seeking Educators! As an educator you will provide care for small groups of children in a Family Day Care setting or provide In Home care in the childs home. Samaritans educators have…

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The general secretary of the World Council of Churches, Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, decried the shootings in Munich, Germany, on 22 July. Tveit said: “The fatal attack that took place yesterday in Munich against innocent people, adding to the litany of recent religiously-motivated violence, is an attack on human life, human dignity and the human rights of all.”

Prince Harry, Elton John, Charlize Theron, Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Bill Gates – royalty, celebrities, religious leaders and philanthropists joined scientists, politicians, health workers, and activists – all of whom include people of faith – at the 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban. At a time when “AIDS fatigue” deepens, affecting funding, awareness and capacity to respond, the stars help to put a media spotlight on the many challenges and injustices that remain.

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“Ecumenical solidarity will be the key for Zimbabwe as we move into this latest phase — a kairos moment— when Zimbabwe will need the support of the whole ecumenical movement.” These are the words of Rev. Dr Kenneth Mtata, study secretary for Lutheran theology and practice at the Lutheran World Federation in Geneva since 2010. He has also recently been appointed general secretary of the Zimbabwe Council of Churches.

There will be a Prayer Service for the Royal Commission on Sunday 31 July at 5pm at St Luke’s Wallsend. This act of Prayer and Worship is open to all people. The Service will consist of readings, hymns, symbols and prayer.

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The first week of September always sees the Spring Celebrations organised by Anglican Women in the various Deaneries of the Diocese of Newcastle for everyone who would like to come. This year the guest speakers will be from Kairos Outside for Women (KOW) in the Hunter. They will be the recipients of the next Thank You Box […]

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Annual Service, 7 June at East Maitland

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Thank You Boxes are distributed by AW. Mrs Kerry Thompson, the wife of Bishop Greg, spoke at the 2015 Spring Celebrations about the difficulties associated with bringing together indigenous clergy from remote communities for training and support. Anglican Women recently received the heartfelt thanks of the Bishop of the Northern Territory, The Rt Revd Greg Anderson, […]

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Thank You Boxes raise $7,600 for NT ministry

The ‘Thank You Boxes’ used by Anglican Women raised $7,600 which has been forwarded to the Bishop of the Northern Territory, The Rev’d Dr Greg Anderson, for the NT Aboriginal Ministry Support Fund. This money is the gift of the Anglican Women of Newcastle Diocese, collected through the Thank You Box Project of 2014-15. This […]

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AW Retreats: resting in God’s love

 Over very hot summer days, in the second week of Lent, 35 full-time and 15 day visitors, gathered at The old mud brick Monastery in Stroud to enjoy a time of quiet contemplation, being still and listening to God. Organised by Anglican Women, Newcastle, the two retreats were led by The Rev’d Michelle Hazel-Jawhary, now […]

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