Service: Sunday @ 4

Sunday, May 6th, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Our monthly all age informal worship followed by food!

In 121 (building behind Cathedral).

Young family friendly.

All Welcome!

 

Service: God of the Nations CMS World Mission

Sunday, May 6th, 2018 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

A Special Sunday thinking about mission with David Williams from CMS preaching from Psalm 67

David Williams:

Originally a medical doctor, David trained for pastoral ministry in the Church of England, before studying mission at All Nations Christian College.
David and his family lived in Nairobi as cross-cultural workers with Crosslinks for nine years where David was Principal of Carlile College, an Anglican mission training college.
During his time in Kenya, David helped Carlile College to establish a specialist urban mission training programme based in Kibera slum.
David now leads the training ministry of CMS Australia and has recently received his Doctorate in Mission. He is married to Rachel and they have three young adult sons.

 

Concert: TSO Brass in St David’s Cathedal

Saturday, May 26th, 2018 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

TSO Brass in St David’s Cathedral like alchemy, the rich sounds of the TSO Brass and the spacious surrounds of St David’s Cathedral combine to deliver a concert experience of rare and resonant beauty.

From honeyed horns to brilliant trumpets, ceremonial trombones to deep-toned tuba, the TSO Brass present a world of instrumental colours, each one distinct yet perfectly blended when combined as an ensemble.

Includes musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music

Saturday 26 May, 7.30pm

MORE INFO AND TICKETS: https://www.tso.com.au/concerts/tso-brass-st-davids-cathedral/

 

Sermon: Lament for the Failure to Disciple. Palm Sunday

Download sermon: here

Preached by Richard Humphrey on Sunday, March 25th, 2018

A part of the series.

On Palm Sunday we hear the the reading of Jesus’ crucifixion and death.  As surely as nails pierced Jesus hands and feet it should pierce our hearts and minds as we reflect on our failure to be disciples of this Jesus and to make disciples of Jesus.
The way of the cross may seem foolish, but it foolish for us to depart from it.

The text is here here.

Service: Choral Evensong

Sunday, March 25th, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Come and join in the beauty of Evensong as we gather in worship and around God’s word and sing his praises.

A great way to start Holy Week.

 

Service: Easter 2018 Foolish?

From Thursday, March 29th, 2018 until Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Easter in 2018 falls on April Fools’ day.  Some may think this appropriate as the Easter message can seem like deep foolishness, a crucified king and talk of a resurrection.  Yet for Christians this story is the power and wisdom of God, showing both his very nature and how we are to live.

To not think about such things would be foolish.

Maundy Thursday March 29.

10:30am Book of Common Prayer Communion
7.30pm   Choral Eucharist

Good Friday March 30.

10 am    Meditation on the Words of the Cross

Easter Day April 1 (April Fools Day?).

6.15am  Easter Vigil
8am       Holy Communion
10am     Family Communion

Alpha in the City

From Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 until Wednesday, July 4th, 2018

Alpha is an opportunity to explore Life,
Faith &
God
in a friendly, open
and informal environment.

Ground Floor
121 Macquarie St, Hobart

Wednesdays
beginning 2nd May
Lunchtime 12.30pm (lunch provided)
Evening 7.30pm (dessert and coffee)

Contact: Ruth Hanlon  62344900
ruth.hanlon@saintdavids.org.au

 

Service: Field of Remembrance

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

The 22nd Annual Dedication Service for a Field of Rememberance in cooperation with the Partners of Veterans Assoc.

This will be a major emotional event attended by the Governor of Tasmania, Her Excellency Professor the Honorable Kate Warner AM, the Lord Mayor, other dignitaries, senior Defence Officers in full uniform, members of the ex-service community and the Department of Veterans’Affairs.  The Rev’d Chris Bowditch, Chaplain of 12/40 Royal Tasmanian Regiment will be speaking.

All members of the public are cordially invited to attend and a special invitation is extended to ex-service personnel.  After placing of the official crosses, the Field is then open to members of the public to the place small wooden crosses following the service.

On ANZAC Day, the crosses will be placed at the Hobart Cenotaph where they will form an integral part of the ANZAC Day commemorations.

The Field of Remembrance model adopted on the concept of Mrs CJ Pope, widow of Rear Admiral Pope RAN.  In 1952 Mrs Pope, assisted by the War Widows’Guild, organised the first Field in the grounds of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney by courtesy of the Cathedral Chapter, and with the encouragement of the Dean, The Very Reverend Dr S Barton Babbage.  Similar Field of Remembrance Services are held in other Australia States under the auspices of the War Widows’ Guild of Australia.