Holy Cross Anglican Church Hackett

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Sunday worship, 7 June

Welcome to Holy Cross – we’re delighted that you can join us for worship today on Trinity Sunday.

Click on the link to join us for our Morning Service via Zoom. The service will begin at 9.30am and the link is live from 9.00am. Have a blessed Sunday!

All-Age Creativity #1

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!

God bless, Tim

Wednesday Eucharist, 10am

Click on the link to join us via Zoom.

Joint Service, 31 May, 6pm

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.

Click on the link to join the service. We begin the service at 6pm, and the link will be live from 5.50pm. Have a blessed Pentecost evening.

Sunday worship, 31 May

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.

Click on the link to join us for our Morning Service via Zoom. The service will begin at 9.30am and the link is live from 9.00am. Kids Church material is available below. Have a blessed Sunday!

Wednesday Eucharist, 10am

Click on the link to join us via Zoom.

ACT Churches Council – Christian Unity Week Joint Service

Catch up with this special 2020 Week of Prayer of Christian Unity joint service, and join in worship with Christians from across a wide range of ACT churches praying together: “Thy Kingdom Come”.

Sunday worship, 24 May

Welcome to our Sunday worship: today is the fourth of our four-part sermon series on the theme of “Praise” – it’s also the start of the 2020 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. (Our sermons are available on the “Videos and Podcasts” tab on this website, and on the Holy Cross Hackett YouTube channel – you can also find a weekly message by Bishop Mark Short on the Anglican Diocese’s YouTube channel.)

To join our service today, click here for the Zoom link. The service will begin at 9.30am and the link is live from 9.00am. Kids Church material is available below. Have a blessed Sunday!

Wednesday Eucharist, 10am

Click on the link to join us via Zoom.

Sunday worship, 17 May

Welcome to our Sunday worship: today is the third of our four-part sermon series on the theme of “Praise”. (Our sermons are available on the “Videos and Podcasts” tab on this website, and on the Holy Cross Hackett YouTube channel – you can also find a weekly message by Bishop Mark Short on the Anglican Diocese’s YouTube channel.)

To join our service today, click here to open the Zoom link. The service will begin at 9.30am and the link is live from 9.00am. Kids Church material is available below. Have a blessed Sunday!

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