serving God and the communities of Kurri Kurri, Mt Vincent, Weston and surrounds

Baptism

Baptism is a wonderful gift from God. We would be delighted to celebrate this special occasion with you!

Weddings

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! Getting married is a wonderful occasion in your life and we are very happy that you are considering celebrating this special day with us.

Our Parish

We have three beautiful churches in which to gather and pray: St Paul’s, Kurri Kurri.   ~   St Mary’s, Weston.   ~   Christ Church, Mt Vincent.

Barney’s Contemporary Church Service

Love God. God together. Our contemporary service.

Our Team

Mother Theresa Angert-Quilter – Rector   ~   Fr Carl Lanham – Priest in Local Mission

Barney’s Club Youth Group

Our new youth group for children aged 5-12yrs Thursdays 3:30-5.15pm.

Our Youth Groups

Our two youth groups – fun and faith! Barney’s Club (5-12yrs) and Apis Te (12-16yrs)

Kurri Anglican.

We are committed to following Jesus Christ as a Christian community. We seek to praise God in our worship, in our lives and in service of our community. Our worship is reverent but relaxed. If you are new to church, not been for some time, or are a regular churchgoer, we warmly invite you to join us. 

At Kurri Anglican Church we strive to welcome new comers and visitors. 

 

We are a Parish of the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle. The Diocese is under the leadership of Bishop Greg Thompson.

There are three churches in the Kurri Anglican fold. There are links below. We are an open and welcoming Anglican faith community. We offer the opportunity to worship, make friends, join groups, grow spiritually, as well as being able to help and be helped in the adventure of life. 

 

Kurri Anglican - St Pauls Kurri Kurri.

St Pauls Kurri Kurri.

Kurri Anglican - Christ Church Mt Vincent.

Christ Church Mt Vincent.

 

Kurri Anglican - St Mary's Weston.

St Mary's Weston.

Baptism.

Baptism is a wonderful gift from God. We would be delighted to celebrate this special occasion with you and your family!

Baptism (or Christening) is available to people of all ages. In baptism, we welcome a child of God. We also welcome adults into the people of God.

Wedding.

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! Getting married is a wonderful occasion in your life and we are very happy that you are considering celebrating this special day with us.

You may choose to have your wedding in any of our three beautiful churches.

Service Times.

Saturday:

5.00 pm St Paul’s Kurri Kurri, Vigil for Sunday.

Sunday:

8.30 am St Mary’s Weston, Eucharist.
10.00 am Christ Church Mt Vincent, Eucharist.

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