We are very blessed at Holy Cross with some fine young artists and musicians. God loves it when we use our gifts and talents to their full potential – it’s one of the many ways that we can love God with all our “heart, soul, mind and strength” (Luke 10.27).
One of our younger members did this beautiful picture of the work of the Holy Spirit during our Pentecost service last Sunday:
Another of our younger members recorded these piano pieces for use in our worship services. We think she’s got talent!
And don’t forget that you can catch up with the videos made by younger (and older!) church members in our “Holy Cross Master Builders” series on our YouTube Channel, and also on this web site’s Videos and Podcasts page.
We’re very happy to post more artistic creations from our members so everyone can share them. Let me know!
Welcome to our Ecumenical Service for Christian Unity Week, held jointly with St Margaret’s Uniting Church and our friends from Holy Rosary Catholic Church (and possibly others too!). Our worship features music from Taizé, a video about the Global Christian Forum by the Chemin Neuf Community, and the latest socially distanced recording by the Good Faith Choir.
Welcome to Holy Cross – we’re delighted that you can join us for worship on Pentecost Sunday. Our 9.30am service today will include prayers for National Reconciliation Week, and also for the Unity of Christians. We’ll also be having a special joint service at 6pm with our friends from St Margaret’s Uniting Church – information on how to join this service will be on this web site from 5.30pm today.
No one wanted to look at each other. No one wanted to speak, to be the first
Holy Cross and St Margaret’s have recently moved to a weekly “Eco-Minute” in our Sunday worship, to ensure that we pray regularly for our Carbon Action Project, which forms part of our wider commitment to God’s mission in the world.
We acknowledge the triune God, the Creator of heaven and earth and His ownership of all things (Psalm 24:1).
We recognise that He gave stewardship of these lands upon which we meet to the First Nations Peoples of this country (Acts 17:26). In His sovereignty, He has allowed other groups to migrate to these shores.
We acknowledge the cultures of our First Nations Peoples and are thankful for the community that we share together now.
We pay our respects to the traditional custodians of this land and their elders, both past and present, and those who are rising up to become leaders.
— Rev Neville Naden
Holy Cross Anglican Parish
Corner Antill St & Phillip Ave
(enter from Antill Street)
Tel: 0490 336 409
PO Box 164
Dickson ACT 2602, Australia