Service: Pray for Australia Jan 5

Sunday, January 5th, 2020 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

 

 

As we face this bushfire crisis, please join Bishop Richard at St David’s Cathedral on Sunday afternoon to pray for rain, and for mercy on our land.

Blooming Church 2020 Feb 7-9

From Friday, February 7th, 2020 until Sunday, February 9th, 2020

A time to sow so seeds of creativity will flower.

Blooming Church 2020 heralds the Cathedral’s 52nd floral festival.

Each February, St David’s blooms and fills with the most exquisite fragrances that only flowers can give, as it plays host to an extraordinary array of floral exhibits, botanical art, music and community creativity.

 

Open to the public from:

  • Friday 7 February, 11am – 5pm
  • Saturday 8 February, 9am – 5pm
  • Sunday 9 February, 11:30am – 2pm.

Entry $3, children free

Concert: Sunday 9 February, 2pm  Tickets $15, available at the door.

 

 

Sermon: Christmas in the Real World Matthew 2

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Preached by Richard Humphrey on Sunday, December 29th, 2019

A part of the series.

Can you believe it?  Its still Christmas and a reading about inhuman violence.  Yet understanding Herod’s reaction to the birth of Jesus will teach us much about the hope we have in Jesus and how to live for Jesus as we live in the real world.

Sermon: Kanye Believe It? Christmas Eve 2019

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Preached by Richard Humphrey on Tuesday, December 24th, 2019

A part of the series.

Can you believe it? Christmas is here again.

But in the business of the season and in the quietness of this night do need to stop and ask “Can you believe it?”  Can we really believe the story of Christmas?  Tales of a virgin birth, wandering stars and nocturnal angelic choirs can seem like a fairy tale, the history seems a bit dodgy and wasn’t December 25th originally a pagan festival.  It seems to fall short of the truth and so a tall order to believe.  It seems unreal in a world where our problems can seem all too real.

Well perhaps surprisingly this Christmas I want you to believe less, but to believe in one thing that is far bigger, as we ask Can you believe it?  Do you believe it?