Anglican Church Hamilton
Anglican Church Hamilton
We welcome you to the website for the Anglican Church Hamilton.
The Anglican Parish of Hamilton serves people in the Region of Hamilton, Penshurst, Cavendish, Dunkeld, and Glenthompson, in the South Western Region of the Diocese of Ballarat in Victoria, Australia.
Welcome is a word we use quite often, as people join us for a reason, or a season, and whatever that is, we rejoice to welcome you on the journey as pilgrims together. If you are wondering, you may find the I'm New Page quite helpful and will help you know what to expect. The worship program is set out on the Prayer and Sacrament Page.
The contact details for the Parish are in the footer, and on the Contact Page together with a web based form to send us a message. Contact Page
Please browse our site, for a wide range of information and resources. We welcome all who would visit, or walk with us for some part of the journey.
Many Centres, One Parish
Hamilton is the major centre of the Parish (Anglican Church Hamilton), and details of each centre and a map is on the respective pages, as well as the whole Parish on the Parish overview and a map of the whole parish.
Anglican Church Hamilton
† In Memoriam.
For the souls of the faithful departed especially, The victims of London Bridge . . . .
together with all those we love and see no longer....
Rest eternal grant to them O Lord
and let light perpetual shine upon them.
No Doctrine of our Own
We have no doctrine of our own. We only possess the Catholic doctrine of the Catholic Church, enshrined in the Catholic Creeds, and those creeds we hold without addition or diminution.
Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury
News from Around
- Ballarat Diocese
- Anglican Communion
- Church Times
- Anglicare Victoria
Join us as we remember the founding father of the Diocese Theodore Carlos Benoni Stretch. read this story [Read_On...]
The Vocations Team is hosting a retreat for those discerning a call to ordination; those who might want to "come and see". read this story [Read_On...]
Sunday 2nd July has been set aside as a time for special prayer for vocations to the sacred ordained ministry of our church and to vowed religious life. read this story [Read_On...]
On May 21 this year, the Melbourne and Ballarat dioceses are joining together to celebrate 'Prison Chaplaincy Sunday'. This will be a day to celebrate the often unseen work that Anglican Criminal Justice Ministry team do both inside and outside the prison walls, across the entire state of [Read_On...]
A practical workshop for all laity and clergy to explore ways in which we can live out our Christian calling. read this story [Read_On...]
For the first time in its 70-year history, the Ming Hua Theological College has been approved to offer Bachelors and Masters degree courses. [Read_On...]
A round-table discussion on disability has brought together participants from eight faiths to explore how communities can promote inclusion. [Read_On...]
Mass burial ceremonies for the victims of this week’s catastrophic landslides in the Sierra Leonean capital Freetown have begun. [Read_On...]
The Archbishop of Rwanda, Onesphore Rwaje, has told children from the church to see themselves as future leaders of church and country. [Read_On...]
The true story of how a group of Burmese refugees helped to save an Episcopal church in Tennessee has been turned into a movie. [Read_On...]
The idea that indigenous people need to be discovered and westernised has been criticised by the national indigenous bishop of Canada. [Read_On...]
A South Sudanese gospel band from the diocese of Yei has grown to a national charity providing training and equipment to help refugees start micro-businesses. [Read_On...]
VISITOR numbers at churches and cathedrals fell significantly last year, “largely driven” by a drop in visitors to St Paul’s and Westminster Abbey, a report by Visit England states. The report Visitor Attraction Trends in England 2016, published l... [Read_On...]
THE leadership of St Sepulchre’s, City of London, has said that it will “reflect and pray and consult”, after a vote by the PCC to stop hiring the church to outside organisations provoked outcry from musicians. Recognised as the National Musicians... [Read_On...]
PRISONERS will not be successfully rehabilitated unless they are ensured regular contact with their families, a review of the prison system has concluded. There is, however, an “unacceptable inconsistency of respect for the role families can play ... [Read_On...]
MESSY VINTAGE, an offshoot of Messy Church, serving elderly or vulnerable churchgoers, has crossed the sea from its founding church in Jersey to receive an enthusiastic reception in the parish of Chidham, West Sussex. The scheme was established... [Read_On...]
A CHURCH in Norfolk has become the first in the UK to host a live “escape game” by which players are metaphorically locked in a room with puzzles and clues to help solve a history-based mystery, and win their freedom. St Andrew’s, Blickling, in No... [Read_On...]
HOSTING a programme of Muslim culture is a reflection of the Christian ethos of Greenbelt, the Creative Director of the festival, Paul Northup, said this week. Amal at Greenbelt, funded by the Amal Foundation — a charity that seeks to provide op... [Read_On...]
THE Consistory Court of the diocese of Bristol granted a confirmatory faculty for a painting given to St Anne’s, Oldland, in 1959, to be removed and loaned to the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. The painting, Ecce Homo, which has been attribute... [Read_On...]
A GREAT day’s thoroughbred racing at Coleraine provided training and riding doubles, long shot winners,... The post Excitement on course at Coleraine appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
TYRENDARRA blew away Coleraine in Sunday’s South West District Netball League elimination final, charging to... The post Disappointing end for fast finishing Maroons appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
THE Hamilton Kangaroos have adopted a philosophy of “any where, any time, any weather” in... The post ONE MORE CHANCE appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
HAMILTON’S new Caltex service station on Portland Rd has been opened for a week now... The post New servo is here appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
SAMUEL Worthy, 21, of Hamilton will be sentenced for the murder of Hamilton man Joshua... The post Worthy sentencing marked for October appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
A HEAD on collision near Moutajup on Tuesday night has tragically claimed the life of... The post DEATH IN HEAD-ON CRASH appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
With Bendigo residents having lost more than $47 million on poker machines during 2016- 17, Anglicare Victoria’s Gamblers Help is hosting a free public screening of Ka Ching! Pokies Nation. The screening, on Wednesday 16 August at StarCinema, Eaglehawk Town Hall aims to raise community awareness of [Read_On...]
The following story, by Lynne* is a deeply moving and courageous account of her journey through violence. As you will read, she continues to work towards non-violent relationships and has found various ways to achieve her goals. We thank her very much for her generosity and commitment. Kerry* my you [Read_On...]
Winter can be a really challenging time for many women, men, children and families, who are living without essentials including heaters and blankets. Thanks to LePine Funerals, over 500 blankets have been donated to Anglicare Victoria’s Emergency Relief program via their Winter Blanket Appeal. The b [Read_On...]
Pete has first-hand experience of what it’s like to live without a home. After experiencing financial difficulty, Pete was forced into homelessness. Pete turned his life around by seeking help from services including Anglicare Victoria’s Lazarus Centre and now lives in secure housing, as well as run [Read_On...]
Anglicare Victoria in Bendigo has welcomed funds from St Peter’s Anglican Church in Eaglehawk to purchase eight backpack beds for young people experiencing homelessness in the local area. The funds have been donated to ‘Backpack Beds for Homeless,’ which will be distributed to Anglicare Victoria’s Y [Read_On...]
Bendigo Bank, through seven regional Victorian golf days, has raised a total of $40,000 for the Tee Up for Kids Foundation, including $18,000 for Anglicare Victoria’s St Luke’s Region to assist children in out-of-home care in regional Victoria. This funding aims to provide direct educational benefit [Read_On...]
The following story, by Janet* is a deeply moving and courageous account of her journey through violence. As you will read, she continues to work towards non-violent relationships and has found various ways to achieve her goals. We thank her very much for her generosity and commitment. My son Jack* [Read_On...]