Jesus The Game Changer: How the life and teaching of Jesus changed the world and why it matters.
New video and discussion series starting Wed 19th September 1 pm for lunch and 7.30 for supper.
Video series on how the life and teaching of Jesus changed the world and why it matters.
Where? 121 Macquarie St (Behind the Cathedral)
When? Wednesdays 19th Sept – 28th Nov. *
Time? 1pm for lunch or 7.30 for supper
*Wed 26th Sept special forum with Old Testament Scholar Chris Wright
Jesus, Equality, Forgiveness, Women and Children, Democracy, Care, Leadership, Education and Health, Wealth, Reason and Science.
A National Apology will be given by the Prime Minister on Monday October 22nd at Parliament House. The Cathedral will be open all day for anyone who wants to come and pray. At 5pm there will be prayers lamenting the Churches failure and praying for victims and survivors.
Join us for a wonderful afternoon of fellowship, inspirational music and singing the well-known hymns of the past.
Learn about the work of the Bible Society.
Featuring the Cathedral Organ and the Salvation Army Band.
Fancy picking up a bargain, got some stuff to sell and can’t be bothered with etree or gumbay then the St. David’s Car Boot Sale is for you.
Held in the Cathedral Car Park next to 23 Murray St as part of the Garage Sale Trail all funds raised go to the Friends of the Cathedral
Sites from as little as $20. For details contact
Our monthly all age informal worship followed by food!
In 121 (building behind Cathedral).
Young family friendly.
An Exhibition of art by Raelene Weissel.
“A collection of favourite works on the thematic of my Christian faith: expressions of Biblical texts, self-reflection and prayer.”
Look around and consider your own journey.
Once the world’s most famous boy soprano, ALED JONES celebrates the release of his newest album Believe (Universal Music Australia) and will tour Australia this September/ October appearing at intimate churches and cathedrals sharing his newest album with audiences across the country.
Aled has hosted the popular TV series Songs Of Praise and Escape To The Country, and has performed for such dignitaries as the Pope and Her Majesty The Queen, and we look forward to welcoming him to perform live in concert on Saturday 29th September for audiences here at St David’s Cathedral .
This Wednesday, we gather to pray in our capital cities for Aboriginal deaths in custody.
The 26th of September will be the anniversary of Wayne Fella Morrison’s death in custody. Wayne Fella is the brother of a dear friend of Brooke, and his story is one of the unfathomable 147 Aboriginal deaths in custody from just the last 10 years.
Aboriginal deaths in custody have been researched, and reported, since 1980. In 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody handed down its report. This Royal Commission investigated 99 Aboriginal deaths in custody from 1980 to 1991. Since 1991 there had been an additional 407 Aboriginal deaths in custody. In the last week we added another three to this total, taking it to now 510 Aboriginal lives lost in custody.
There is more information on the facebook event post.
We think of a God of love yet is that what we see in the Old Testament and perhaps in our lives doesn’t stack up to that. What are we to make of it.
Come and hear prominent UK Theologican and Biblical Scholar Christopher Wright speak on this topic and answer questions. This forum will be in the Cathedral.
There is also a seminar in the evening on preaching from the Old Testament in 121 Macquarie St at 7.30pm.
Christopher J. H. Wright is an Anglican clergyman and an Old Testament scholar. He is currently the International Ministries Director of Langham Partnership International. He was the principal of All Nations Christian College. He is the author of many books including Living as the People of God, and The God I Don’t Understand.
There is more detail on events in our facebook page.
Come and join in the beauty of Evensong as we gather in worship and around God’s word and sing his praises.