Weekly Notes

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. Sunday 10 November, 2019 8.00am BCP Eucharist 9.00am Family Eucharist 10.30am Choral Eucharist 1.00pm Mandarin Service 6.00pm Choral Evensong

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Notes & News

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The September 2019 edition of Notes & News is now available, with details about staffing during Dean Andreas’ long service leave, an invitation to attend a chant and song workshop with the Director of Music, and an update on the students assisted by Cathedral-supported projects in Cambodia.


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Here, you can Read the 2019 Patronal Festival edition of Notes & News. This edition contains information about the Cathedral’s journey towards a new five-year strategic plan, an introduction to the new members of the Cathedral Chapter and an overview of the upcoming changes to our Chinese ministry


Science Week at the Cathedral

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Each August, St Paul’s Cathedral engages with National Science Week, and runs a number of activities that explore the chosen theme from the perspective of the science-religion interface.

The theme for National Science Week 2019 is Destination Moon: more missions, more science. Science Week at the Cathedral resources for this topic will be available here as they are produced.

The 2018 theme was Game Changers and Change MakersBelow, you can read how St Paul’s Cathedral and parishes around the Diocese of Melbourne engaged with this theme:

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Peter’s Eastern Hill

Christ Church South Yarra & Christ Church Grammar School

Gisborne Anglican Parish (Messy Church)

Annual Reports

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2018 Annual Report

On 4 June 2019, the Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral formally adopted the 2018 Annual Report. The report gives insights into the many events, activities, initiatives and ministries conducted by the Cathedral. Colleagues, ministries, and volunteers of the Cathedral have each contributed reflections on the past year. It is available to read online here. Copies of the audited accounts can be obtained from the Cathedral Administrator on request.

You can download a PDF version of the Annual Report here.