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November Services Christ Church Cathedral

Sunday Services at the Christ Church Cathedral - 7.30am and 9.00am

Services are held at 7.30 and 9.00 am each Sunday.  Children are welcome to participate in the Children's Ministry at the 9.00 am service.  The Christ Church Cathedral COVID plan ensures that social distancing and all hygiene and other requirements are met. The 9.00am services are live streamed and can be viewed at the Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Darwin FaceBook page.

A short daily prayer can be viewed during week days from 6.00am on Facebook.

 

Services for November

November 1st  All Saints Day  Right Revd Rob Llewellyn celebrating and preaching. First Reading: Revelation 7. 9-17 Psalm: 34.1-10,22, 2nd Reading: 1 John 3.1-3.  Gospel: Matthew 5.1-12 November 8th  23rd Sunday after Pentecost Revd Dr Mike Nixon celebrating and Right Revd Rob Llewellyn preaching. First Reading: Joshua 24.1-3a, 14-25, Psalm: 78.1-7, 2nd Reading: 1 Thessalonians 4.9-18, Gospel: Matthew 25.1-13 November 15th  24th Sunday after Pentecost Revd Margaret Black celebrating and Right Revd Rob Llewellyn preaching. First Reading: Judges 4.1-10, Psalm: 123, 2nd Reading: 1 Thessalonians 5.1-11, Gospel: Matthew 25.14-30 November 22nd  Christ the King Very Right Revd Greg Anderson celebrating and preaching. First Reading: Ezekiel 34.11-16, 20-24, Psalm: 100, 2nd Reading: Ephesians 1.15-23, Gospel: Matthew 25.31-46 November 29th  First Sunday of Advent Very Revd Rob Llewellyn celebrating and Revd Patricia Williams preaching.  First Reading: Isaiah 64.1-9, Psalm: 90.1-7, 17-19, 2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 1.1-9, Gospel: Mark 13.24-37. Vanderbilt have additional resources relating to the lectionary.  NB: Readings subject to local variation. 

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Safe Ministry Training

Safe Ministry Training

For those who need to complete their Safe Ministry Training, we have arranged for the next Safe Ministry Training Day to be in the Harbour Room at CCC on Sunday 1st November, 11am-4pm. Lunch will be provided, but please RSVP to Brendan: dsmo@ntanglican.org.au

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September Services Christ Church Cathedral Darwin

Sunday Services at the Christ Church Cathedral - 7.30am and 9.00am

Services are held at 7.30 and 9.00 am each Sunday.  Children are welcome to participate in the Children's Ministry at the 9.00 am service.  The Christ Church Cathedral COVID plan ensures that social distancing and all hygiene and other requirements are met. The 9.00am services are being live streamed and can be viewed at the Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Darwin FaceBook page. 

Services for September

September 6  14th Sunday after Pentecost  Rev Margaret Black celebrating and Rev Tavis Beer preaching. First Reading: Exodus 12.1-14, Psalm: Ps 149, 2nd Reading: Rom 13.1-10, Gospel: Mt 18.10-20 September 15th Sunday after Pentecost Rev Dr Mike Nixon celebrating and Rev Tavis Beer preaching. First Reading: Exodus 14.19-31, Psalm: 114, 2nd Reading: Rom 14.1-14, Gospel: Mt 18.21-35 September 20  16th Sunday after Pentecost Rev Tavis Beer celebrating and Ms Vivienne Hayward preaching. First Reading: Exodus 16.2-15, Psalm: 105.1-6,37-45, 2nd Reading: Philipians 1, Gospel: Mt 20.1-16 September 27  17th Sunday after Pentecost Rev Ian McDonald celebrating and Rev Tavis Beer preaching. First Reading: Exodus 17.1-7.10, Psalm 78. 1-4,11-16, 2nd Reading: Philipians 2, Gospel: Mt 12.23-32 Vanderbilt have additional resources relating to the lectionary.  NB: Readings subject to local variation. 

Christ Church Cathedral COVID 19 Information

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From Bishop Dr Greg Anderson

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Clouds of Witnesses

Invitation to share in writing your short story about someone who has been important to you.

What a wonderfully diverse group of people we are here at Christ Church—in age, in place of birth, in language background—and all growing in our understanding and appreciation of what being a Christian, and an Anglican, means for us here in this city in 2020, individually and as parish. Inevitably we don’t usually have much opportunity to share our thoughts and experiences at a deep level. But we have all had people in our lives who have been important to us, places that we have lived in or visited that have affected us deeply, journeys (actual and inner)have shaped us. We are being invited to share these with one another in writing and hopefully grow more closely together in the process. First we are being invited to write about a person who has had an influence on our lives, either in person or through books or other media. Our contributions will be published as a booklet and on the cathedral website. This first booklet will be titled Clouds of Witnesses (see Hebrews 12:1, commenting on Hebrews 11). Please tell us about one such person in your life, in about 500 – 800 words. Send it by email to the cathedral office or write it down and give it the clergy or the usher in church by the end of July. And we will hope to have the booklet published at the end of August. Looking forward to reading it. Vivienne