Holy Cross Anglican Church Hackett

Following Jesus and building community in Canberra’s Inner North

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Sunday worship, 11 April

A very happy Easter to you all! I know that many members of our Holy Cross church family are still enjoying a break with families after Easter, but you’re all welcome to join us for our 9am Eucharist this morning, wherever you are …

Click on the link to join us via Zoom. Have a blessed Sunday.

Easter Sunday, 4 April, 9am

Christ is risen! Alleluia!

Click on the link to join us via Zoom. Have a very blessed Easter!

Good Friday, 2 April, 9am

Click on the link to join our Joint Service with St Margaret’s Uniting Church.

Last Supper liturgy, Thursday 1 April, 7.30pm

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Sponsor a paver to build our labyrinth

Our Trinity labyrinth at Holy Cross and St Margaret’s is taking shape. You can be a part of it by sponsoring some of the thousand pavers that make it up. At $3 per paver, your contribution can help this beautiful place of prayerfulness grow. Leave a lasting footprint on our sacred land, and help bring the love of God to fellow pilgrims in the Inner North.

Contact treasurer@holycrosshackett.org.au to make a donation.

Palm Sunday Eucharist 9am

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Sunday worship, 21 March

A warm welcome on this rainy autumn day to Holy Cross for our 9am Eucharist.

Click on the link to join us via Zoom. Have a blessed Sunday!

Mothers Union Lady Day Service and AGM

This year’s Lady Day Communion Service of the diocesan Mother’s Union will be held at 10am Wednesday 24 March at Holy Cross Hackett, with guest preacher Reverend Joan Smith.

It will be followed by lunch and the MU AGM. Bring a friend!

Easter worship services

Join Holy Cross for Easter:

9am 28 March Palm Sunday;

7.30pm 1 April Last Supper;

2 April Good Friday
9am Service
2pm Meditation at the Cross;

4 April Easter Sunday
6am Dawn Vigil
9am Family Eucharist

Sunday worship, 14 March

A very warm welcome to our 9am Eucharist today, which is the 4th Sunday in Lent, also known as Mothering Sunday. (Originally this mediaeval Anglican feast day had nothing to do with human mothers … but was a day when servants were allowed to return home to their “mother church” and worship with their families!)

It’s also the mid-point in Lent, when we get a short break from abstinence – so we are having a BBQ tonight at 5.30pm (preceded by an afternoon working bee) to celebrate: you’re most welcome to join us

Click on the link to join us via Zoom. Have a blessed Sunday!

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