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9am Sunday 17 October  –  Eucharist – Pentecost 21      Service sheet

Due to COVID restrictions there will be one service only today, streamed online at 9am

RETURN TO IN-PERSON SERVICES WITHIN THE CHURCH EXPECTED FROM SUNDAY 7 NOVEMBER. We will celebrate All Saints’ Day with the return of our 7am, 9am and 10.30am services as a congregation within the church. You can read further details of our planned return to worship here.  Once we return to in-person worship we will  livestream the 9am service and 10.3oam service each week. This Sunday we will have one service only – please join us online from 9am.

St Peter’s is a welcoming Anglican church serving Cremorne and beyond.

St Peter’s has a strong tradition of rich liturgical worship for all ages with emphasis on the reading and preaching of God’s word, together with remembering the centrality of Jesus’ sacrifice for us through sharing in the Eucharist (Holy Communion). 

With three services on a Sunday and one on a Tuesday, there are plentiful opportunities for worship.

If you enjoy our on-line services or do not yet feel able to return to services in the church we will continue offer an on-line service. 

Services will be livestreamed at 9am and 10.30am each Sunday and available to watch afterwards.

Our service times are:

Sundays: 7am Eucharist; 9am Eucharist (with music) and 10.30am Service (with music) and including our children’s program, SPC JAM.

Tuesdays: 10am Eucharist

Visitors are welcome at any of our weekly services. 

We look forward to welcoming you soon to one of our services at St Peter’s Cremorne.

Complying with COVID restrictions

Upon arrival we ask that you check in using the QR code or make sure your name and phone number are recorded by the attendant at the door. It is compulsory to wear masks inside the church.
Please attempt to maintain social distancing of 1.5m and follow any other instructions given during the service.

Get in touch:

Phone: 9953 1050


Address: 29 Waters Road, Cremorne NSW 2090

The Anglican Church of Australia