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Services at Christ Church Cathedral 24 May

On Sunday 24 May there will be both the 7.30am and 9.00am eucharist  celebrated in the cathedral.

Read this important letter from Vivienne Hayward.

Dear All Last week Pat and I had NO idea how many copies of the Order of Service and hymns and pewsheet to ask Yvonne to run off for Sunday. Would 100 people come to the service, thankful to be able to do so once more; or would many people be wary and only 20 or so turn up? It was thrilling that in the end we had to ask those who were able to come to share their Orders of Service. There was a real sense of rejoicing in our gathered community as we heard Pat’s sermon affirming that God is love and love is God and as we together received the bread and wine of communion. Next Sunday we will once more celebrate the 7.30 am service for those of us who appreciate a quiet, reflective celebration of the Eucharist. Mary Martin, a 7.30 service stalwart and our carpark manager, will re-sanitise the pews after that service, ready for the 9 0’clock service. We will also have the 9 am service as usual for those of us who appreciate the contribution of hymns to our worship. Felino Molina, Miriam McDonald and Steve Williams have been working to overcome the problems with our Wifi access in the cathedral which spoiled last Sunday’s live streaming. If you are only able to participate in our Eucharists online do please let me know and I will send you the Order of Service, the hymns and the pewsheet for the day so that you can take part online. For several reasons we are not able to offer Morning Tea just now. When the ‘breakfast program’ of sandwiches and drinks between 8.00 and 8.30 is safe to resume we will hope to resume that too. The Sunday after next is the Day of Pentecost. We are asked to come dressed in red, orange or yellow, the colours of the flame of the Holy Spirit. Jenny Martin has prepared activities in or outside the cathedral for the children, with a view to resuming the Children’s Program in the Harbour Room the following week. AND there will be an announcement that we have been waiting and praying for, for more than a year. Make sure you are with us. Love to all Vivienne

From the Bishop - coronavirus letter 200507

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May Services

Sunday Services in the Christ Church Cathedral - 7.30am and 9.00am from 24 May

Stage 2 of the NT RoadMap allows the re-introduction of church services. The Christ Church Cathedral's COVID plan will ensure that social distancing and all hygiene and other requirements are met. As we transition changes and new information will be published on the Website and Facebook. From Sunday 24 May there will be  7.30 and a 9.00 am  services. 

Services for May

May 3 Fourth Sunday of Easter Rev Dr Mike Nixon celebrating and Rev Ian McDonald preaching Readings May 10 Fifth Sunday of Easter Bishop Dr Greg Anderson celebrating and Rev Dr Mike Nixon preaching Readings May 17 Face to Face  Sixth Sunday of Easter Rev Margaret Black celebrating and Rev Pat Williams preaching. Readings May 24 Seventh Sunday of Easter Rev Margaret Black celebrating and Vivienne Hayward preaching. There will be a 7.30 and a 9.00 am service. This service will also be live-streamed (technology permitting) Readings May 31 Day of Pentecost Bishop Dr Greg Anderson celebrating and preaching. Readings

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Online Services April

Sunday Communion Services

Christ Church Cathedral Darwin continues to provide the popular online Sunday Communion services at 9.00 am. These can all be accessed through the Christ Church  Anglican Cathedral Darwin Facebook page and details are updated on this website. Christ Church Cathedral members have access to this information through weekly emails.  Service sheets are attached to the FaceBook Event discussion pages to provide a meaningful worship experience.

Evening Services

Rev Dr Mike Nixon celebrates evening prayer on a Thursday evening at 5.30 pm and Compline on Saturday night at 8:00 pm.

Services for April

April 19 Rev Margaret Black celebrating and Rev Pat Williams preaching April 26 Rev Ian McDonald celebrating and Rev Margaret Black preaching  

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Christ Church Cathedral Easter Services

Holy Week services are being streamed on the Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Darwin Facebook page. We wish you all a Blessed Easter in these challenging times.
Click on dates for the FaceBook links for each service.  Wednesday 8 April  Tenebrae  A Service of Shadows 7.30pm Led by Bishop Greg Anderson and Mark and Viv Holt. A reflective service tracing the passion of Christ from Matthew's Gospel.
Thursday 9 April Maundy Thursday 6.30pm  Led by Rev Pat Williams and Bishop Greg Anderson preaching. A commemoration of the institution of the Holy Communion as Jesus ate the Passover meal with his disciples.
Friday 10 April  Good Friday 9.00am  Led by Rev Margaret Black and Rev Mike Nixon preaching. A commemoration of the crucifixion of Jesus.
Sunday 12 April Easter Day  9.00am Led by Bishop Greg Anderson. Christ is risen, he is risen indeed. Celebrate the resurrection with us. The Paschal candle, symbol of the living Jesus’ forty days on earth before his ascension will be lit, and we will renew our baptismal promises.
Recent Services
Sunday 5 April Palm Sunday - Bishop Greg Anderson uTube link
  Christ Church Cathedral is keeping in touch with Sunday Services on-line, and worship throughout the week. Rev Mike Nixon celebrates evening prayer on a Thursday evening at 5.30 pm and Compline on Saturday night at 8:00 pm. All services are accessible through the Christ Church Cathedral Darwin Group Facebook page

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Children’s Ministry

School commences for children in week of 26 January. All are welcome to the 9am service on 26 January for Blessing of the Backpacks. All children and their backpacks welcome. The Children's Ministry is an important aspect of worship at Christ Church Cathedral. Here the children are singing a new song for the congregation.