Parish of Belmont, Anglican Church Newcastle, NSW Australia

We invite you to join us in worship.

EucharistSaturday 2nd Sat. of the month
Messy Saints at 4.30 pm and
Holy Communion at 6 pm. All Welcome!

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 (aprox 30min) [on the 1st Wednesday includes 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 Churchsee 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

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

This is the day

jesus-resurrection-easterThis is the day, this is the day. That the Lord has made, that the Lord has made. We will rejoice, we will rejoice, And be glad in it, and be glad in it.

This is the day –  Matt Johnson

† 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.

Prayer For a New Bishop

Prayer For a New Bishop

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Saint Peter’s Emergency Relief in the Parish of East Maitland was recently nominated for the City of Maitland Service Award. In a ceremony held on the 9th of May at the Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Mayor Cr Peter Blackmore presented the Emergency Relief Team with the Award, and gave sincere thanks for the contribution of...

An 80 strong team of Anglican Care staff, families and friends participated in the “Memory Walk & Jog” for Alzheimer’s Australia in Teralba on Sunday May 21. Each jog they took raised funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s and Dementia with more than 413,106 Australians living with dementia. It is the second leading cause of death...

More than 80 Anglican Care residents headed back to High School today, Wednesday May 24, as they walk the red carpet as VIP guests at the Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College’s production of High School Musical. Anglican Care’s Residents, Home Care Consumers, Retirement Living Clients and Volunteers were the guests of honour at the final dress...

Tribute to Bishop Greg The Parish of Gosford have used their famous church sign to thank and pay tribute to Bishop Greg Thompson. Selfies with Bishop Greg Rev’d Kesh Govan from Parish of Nelson Bay shared his selfie with Bishop Greg at the farewell service on Sunday. “So proud and privileged to have had him...

The Rev’d Bryce Amner was commissioned Priest in Charge of the Parish of Georgetown on Monday 22 May. Check out the gallery of beautiful photos taken by Eduardo Hernando.  

The Ecumenical Service of Worship to renew the Tri-Diocesan Covenant was held at the beautiful St Luke’s Anglican Church on Tuesday May 23. The service was jointly led by Bishop Peter Stuart, Bishop Bill Wright and Father Colin Blaney (present on behalf of Bishop Peter Comensoli). A congregation of up to 90 people from our Anglican community...

On Sunday May 21, the Diocese of Newcastle held a Service of Praise and Thanksgiving for the Episcopal Ministry of Bishop Greg Thompson as the 13th Bishop of Newcastle as he laid up his pastoral staff. A full Cathedral congregation celebrated and thanked Bishop Greg for his leadership with a service of readings, prayers, and music....

Hit1069 ran a great feature to bring awareness to the ice epidemic in Newcastle this week. Samaritans support worker, Rob shared his personal story- reflecting on his experience as a reformed ice addict, who is now giving back to the…

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Accessing Community Services in Newcastle Each and every day thousands of Australians rely on the support of community services to help them in their daily lives. These services allow some of our most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of society to…

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Samaritans Early Childhood Early Intervention has recently been appointed as a NDIS Transition Provider and is launching a new program to offer support to children and young people aged 0-12 years with additional needs across the Mid North Coast and…

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For most Australians, having a roof over our heads where we can feel safe, with a supportive group of family and friends around us, perhaps even a loving partner, can be easily taken for granted. You see, home is home…

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Many people experience great relief after they have told a loved one about their gambling. It’s like a weight has been lifted from them – knowing there is no need for lies, hiding and deception. The task of recovery can…

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It is National Volunteer Week: Give Happy, Live Happy! To celebrate, we are highlighting some of the great things that volunteers are doing to change the world. Volunteers know that small acts = big impact The smallest acts of kindness…

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New research has highlighted alarming statistics on rental affordability for the most vulnerable people in our local community- the young, the old and people living with a disability. Research undertaken by Samaritans in April has shown that out of 1435…

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People in two dioceses on opposite sides of the globe are today (25/5) engaging in their first joint annual prayer day. The Bishop of Carlisle, the Rt Revd James Newcome, and the Bishop of Northern Argentina, the Rt Revd Nick Drayson have sent reciprocal filmed messages of greeting.  

The Bishops of Angola, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe took part in recent World Malaria Day events along the shared borders between the four countries. As Southern African countries move closer to malaria elimination, increased community and church involvement is needed to identify and treat every last case of malaria, and to provide trusted malaria education on how the disease is spread and how to prevent it. Ministers of Health emphasised the important role of the Anglican Church in ending malaria for good.  

The Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) has expressed serious concerns about the declaration of martial law on Tuesday in Mindanao in southern Philippines by President Rodrigo Duterte.  

A roundtable discussion on Zimbabwe has taken place at Lambeth Palace, drawing together, amongst others, the Bishop of Matabeleland, a representative of the British Foreign Office and a water supply expert who has worked extensively in a number of African countries.

The Church of South India has expressed significant concern over a government recommendation that genetically modified mustard be made commercially available. 

The Anglican Church in New Zealand has said the future of ChristChurch Cathedral, which has been derelict since an earthquake six years ago, will be decided this September.

The Bishop of Manchester, David Walker, has issued the following statement after the attack at a concert venue in Manchester in northern England in which twenty two people were killed and fifty nine injured.

God, who as at this time taught the hearts of your faithful people by sending to them the light of your Holy Spirit: grant us by the same Spirit to have a right judgement in all things and evermore to rejoice in his holy comfort; through the merit...

  O God the King of glory, you have exalted your only Son Jesus Christ with great triumph to your kingdom in heaven: we beseech you, leave us not comfortless, but send your Holy Spirit to strengthen us and exalt us to the place where our Saviour C...

THE killing of 22 people in a suicide bombing in Manchester on Monday had provoked “proper anger and rage” that must be directed into a “force for good”, the Bishop of Manchester, Dr David Walker, said this week. In the worst terrorist attack in t...

WITH the area around Manchester Cathedral still locked down, prayers were said outdoors this morning, after 22 people were killed in a bombing at a concert near by. The Bishop of Manchester, Dr David Walker, has spoken of a “proper anger and rage”...

A TEAM of scholars has announced that they believe the lead books uncovered in Jordan in 2011 are genuine. The script on the books is obscure, and their purpose is still unknown; but symbols used on them connect with Solomon’s Temple, and the name...

THE consecration of a conservative Evangelical priest as a bishop without permission has been criticised by the Bishop of Southwell & Nottingham, the Rt Revd Paul Williams. Such “unilateral actions” do not serve the cause of the gospel and wil...

CHRISTIAN AID has challenged the Church of England to disinvest from fossil fuels, after it emerged that the Archbishop of Canterbury was involved in persuading a major investment fund to pull its own money out fossil fuels. BMO Global Asset Manag...

Berlin. Former United States president Barack Obama joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in front of tens of thousands of people on 25 May, the first full day of Germany’s biggest Protestant gathering, the Kirchentag, or “church festival”.

Convening a range of international representatives and partners in Geneva on 24 May, the WCC reiterated its commitment to the ministry of health and healing for all people, taking new steps towards a new Global Ecumenical Health Strategy.

“We see a lot of challenges, of frustration, anger, but also cases of good practices, of growing Romania together.” Speaking at a workshop on ”Food sovereignty and sustainable agriculture - the Romanian experience and the role of the church” at the German Kirchentag in Berlin on 25 May, ecumenical youth advocate Vicenţiu Dragoş Băşa from the Joint programme of the Romanian Orthodox Church and the World Council of Churches Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, reflected on the work towards ensuring food security and sustainable agriculture in the Romanian context.

Following an open editorial by a range of faith leaders and partners published on 22 May, the World Council of Churches now shares a video message of faith leaders giving testimony to the importance of taking action to end famine, through politics, through faith, and as a global community of fellow human beings.

A delegation of church leaders from three continents led by the general secretary of the World Council of Churches was invited on a solidarity visit to Zimbabwe 17-20 May. The purpose of the visit was to show support for the churches in Zimbabwe in their peaceful efforts for the well-being of the people of Zimbabwe, and their work for a national dialogue with the government, political parties and other organizations.

Last week the Zimbabwe Council of Churches and its 26 member churches took another step forward towards a united fellowship by agreeing on a clear set of priorities. Five areas of special importance for the process of nation building have been identified and were discussed with church leaders during a solidarity visit led by the World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit last week.

On 21 May - observed as the Global Day of Prayer to End Famine - millions of people from faith communities, organizations and neighborhoods across the world prayed, tweeted, posted and talked face-to-face about the urgent action needed to aid 20 million people facing famine in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Nigeria.

ABM’s mission: Dr Julianne Stewart

Manning Deanery Anglican Women recently heard Dr Julianne Stewart speak about how the Anglican Board of Mission (ABM) interprets its call to join in God’s mission in the world today. Julianne spoke mainly about the Community Development work of ABM, of which she is part Director. “Today, ABM does not send missionaries as it did [...

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Women Bishops speak out on gender justice

  TMA Posted on: May 2, 2017 3:31 PM The seven female bishops of the Provinces of the Anglican Church Australia and of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have used their first ever meeting to speak out “for the well-being of girls and women across the Anglican Communion.

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The Anglican Women’s Autumn rally at Gloucester for the Manning Deanery went really well, with over fifty in attendance. Dr Julianne Stewart, Program Director, spoke about the work of ABM. In seeking to follow Christ, ABM works with Anglican churches in other countries.

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AWA Conference – prayer support

Please uphold the organisers in prayer and give thanks for those who will be take part at this special gathering. If you would like to be a part of this, register now! Or just attend the Cathedral service on Tuesday 6th June – no registration required for this – all welcome  (BYO lunch).

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The Anglican Women Australia Conference, 5-8th June, hosted by Anglican Women in the Diocese of Newcastle is drawing ever closer! We have been able to extend the deadline for registrations to 18th May. With the theme, ‘Thanksgiving for the Ministry of Women’, it promises to be an exciting time of worship, fellowship and learning, with [...

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A joyful 2017 Lent Retreat

The 2017 Anglican Women’s silent Lent retreat at St Joseph’s Retreat Centre at Kincumber. What a wonderful time of refreshment, fellowship, worship and laughter! Our theme was ‘The joy of the Lord is your strength’ (Neh.

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AWA State Conference programme

From 5-8th June 2017, Anglican Women Australia will hold their bi-annual State Conference, hosted by Anglican Women, Diocese of Newcastle. It will take place at Club Macquarie, 458 Lake Road, Argenton, a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie, near Newcastle NSW. The theme of the conference is ‘Thanksgiving for the ministry of women’.

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