Each Sunday’s Weekly Notes is posted here on the Friday prior, for the benefit of people who are unable to attend Sunday services, and to assist those rostered on to read lessons or lead intercessions.
Click here to read the February-April 2017 edition of Notes & News. This edition contains an overview of how St Paul’s will be celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, information about the JustWater conference, important instructions regarding the electoral roll, and all the dates you need for Lent, Holy Week and Easter at the Cathedral.
Click here to read the November-December edition of Notes & News, with pictures of the recent Cathedral miracle play Lazarus, information of the MetroRail project, news of two important bequests received, and information about our new 125 Anniversary Photography project
Click here to read the September-November edition of Notes & News, which includes important news from Chapter, an update on the Metro Rail Project, an invitation to the 125th Anniversary Fundraising Dinner, and dates for your diary for the rest of 2016
Click here to read the May-August edition of St Paul’s Cathedral’s quarterly newsletter. This edition contains information on how the Metro Rail Project will impact on the Cathedral and precinct, as well as details of the upcoming 125th Patronal Festival.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement which the Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting people around the world to join. The wave of prayer will start in May and run for 10 days between the Christian festivals of Ascension and Pentecost.
In praying ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ we all commit to playing our part in the renewal of the nations and the transformation of communities.
ARCHBISHOP JUSTIN WELBY
2016 Annual Report
On 6 June 2017, the Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral formally adopted the 2016 Annual Report. The report gives insights into the many events, activities, initiatives and ministries conducted by the Cathedral. It reflects in depth on the activities of the Chapter as Governing Body, the commemoration of the Cathedral’s 125th Anniversary, and the activities undertaken to protect the Cathedral’s interests prior to and during the commence of the Melbourne Metro Rail project. Cathedral colleagues, ministries, and volunteers each contributed reflections on the past year. It is available to read online now. Copies of the audited accounts can be obtained from the Cathedral Administrator on request.
In this section, you can read a selection of sermons preached at St Paul’s Cathedral.
25 May 2017 – Andreas Loewe – Ascension Day
7 May 2017 – Ruth Redpath: Living Stones
2 April 2017 – Christian Wolff
26 March 2017 – Grace: God restores all life – Andreas Loewe
19 March 2017 – Justification: God’s greatest gift of Love – Andreas Loewe
12 March 2017 – Faith: God saves all who believe – Andreas Loewe
5 March 2017 – Sin: All fall short of the glory of God – Andreas Loewe
5 March 2017 – Stephen Ames
19 February 2017 – Christopher Carolane – Jesus: God’s Remedy for Sin
5 February 2017 – Christopher Carolane – Light and Salt in God’s World
5 February 2017 – Stephen Ames
29 January 2017 – God’s Justice knows no boundaries – Shane Mackinlay
20 January 2017 – Australia Day Weekend – Andreas Loewe – Seek the welfare of our city and nation
22 January 2017 – Will you follow the God who calls? – Colleen O’Reilly
8 Jan 2017 – A gracious God who brings new life – Andreas Loewe
1 January 2017 – Stephen Ames
18 Dec 2016 – Joseph – Guardian of the Christ-Child – Ruth Redpath
27 Nov 2016 – Learning the Ways of Peace – Andreas Loewe
13 Nov 2016 – Singing the eternal song of God’s love – Andreas Loewe
30 October – The Miracle of Eternal Life – Andreas Loewe
24 October – Finding the God who journeys with us – Andreas Loewe