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
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- Anglicare Victoria
Gain an insight into the monastic life with this 2018 Calendar of St Mark's Benedictine Abbey Camperdown. read this story [Read_On...]
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...]
Four Anglican Communion primates have been invited to attend next month’s meeting of the Church of England’s General Synod in London. [Read_On...]
A major review of the governance of the 42 cathedrals in England has recommended a change in the law to improve their governance. [Read_On...]
Bishop Philip Huggins says the church should do more to support the South Sudanese migrant and refugee community in Victoria state. [Read_On...]
Two English cathedrals have been shortlisted as contenders to host an out-of-this-world exhibition of a Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft. [Read_On...]
Lambeth Palace will host an event during the Season of Creation in the Autumn showcasing Anglican primates’ views on the environment. [Read_On...]
The Bishop of Shyira, Dr Laurent Mbanda, has been elected as the next Archbishop of the Province of the Anglican Church of Rwanda. [Read_On...]
The environment was discussed by 100 young Anglicans from Angola as they considered how to connect spirituality and practical life. [Read_On...]
A NEW pre-natal test for Down’s syndrome is “good news” but could have the “unintended consequence” of a further rise in the termination of pregnancies, placing the very existence of people with Down’s syndrome in question, the Church of England’s... [Read_On...]
A DESIRE for more bishops with higher theological degrees has been expressed by the group conducting a theological review of the processes of the Crown Nominations Commission (CNC). Among the recommendations of the report, due to be debated by the... [Read_On...]
THE Archbishop of Canterbury faces gathering international opposition and criticism over his response to the Carlile review of the Bishop Bell affair. Two letters — one from seven academic historians, and another from 11 correspondents associated ... [Read_On...]
CATHEDRALS might enjoy a boost in donations from this year, if a pilot scheme to introduce contactless-card payment-points for visitors pays off. Cathedrals around the UK began trials of contactless “donation stations” at the end of last year, to ... [Read_On...]
DESPITE dwindling church attendance among young adults, attracting and retaining this age group may not be as difficult as churches think, research from the Church Army suggests. The research, Not as Difficult as You Think: Mission with young adul... [Read_On...]
A LONDON vicar who chained herself to a tree in protest at the start of building works for the new high-speed railway line has described it as a “prophetic sign”. The Revd Anne Stevens, the Vicar of St Pancras, in central London, was locked to the... [Read_On...]
THE Bishop of Coventry, Dr Christopher Cocksworth, has said that the protection of religious and ethnic minorities, including Christians, in Iraq is crucial for a “secure and politically stable” future for the country. Dr Cocksworth led a debate i... [Read_On...]
The post HS-20180120 appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
The post PO-20180119 appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
PORTLAND’S South Coast Raceway will host its biggest ever meet this weekend. The raceway will... The post Australia’s biggest regional drags meet appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
LESSONS learned during a whirlwind international trip late last year are contributing to 16-year-old Taylah... The post Portland’s junior basketball stars leaving their mark appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
STEADY growth in operations across the Green Triangle region will see forestry powerhouse C3 expand... The post Forestry company adds to its Portland workforce appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
PORTLAND Colts hit the road on Sunday for an exciting opportunity at some significant prize... The post Portland Colts ready for Sungold Twenty20 Cup appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
ANGLERS will be fishing from the shore as well as in boats at the inaugural... The post Fishing fun for everyone during Hooked on Portland appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
Youth homelessness prevention organisation Kids Under Cover and Anglicare Victoria today welcomed an unprecedented funding commitment from the Victorian Government for an innovative homelessness prevention program – Village 21. Village 21 is an accommodation and support program based around a villag [Read_On...]
After 17 years of working in residential care Lisa Cappola remains as passionate about the welfare of young people as the day she started. “I’ve worked with 3000 to 4000 children and the passion I felt back then meeting a new young person still holds to this day,’’ says Lisa, the team leader of Alki [Read_On...]
At Anglicare Victoria, we want as many young people as possible to have the opportunity to live in a home-based environment. For the first time in Australia, a new form of professionalised foster care is providing an alternative to residential care and getting kids with problem behaviours back to a [Read_On...]
Enter the parish hall at The Anglican Parish of Box Hill, on a Friday morning and you are greeted by warm smiles, chatter and laughter. A vibrant quilt, reading ‘Welcome to Dream Stitches’ overlooks the hall. Patterns and designs are being drawn and cut, pin cushions and sewing utensils are scattere [Read_On...]
When Father Siosifa ‘Joe’ Tongia meets a young person in a youth justice centre he never asks them what they have done. “I’m not there to be the court,’’ he says. “I’m there to find a way to engage with young people and give them hope for the future. If you have hope, you can... The post Father Joe [Read_On...]
Anglicare has designed an evidence-based program for Australian child welfare conditions called Rapid Response. Informed by a number of international evidence-based models, it works closely with families to keep kids safe at home when things get tough. It’s proven to stop young people being placed i [Read_On...]
When men realise the impact their violence is having on their kids, it can be a powerful catalyst for change. And it’s a key principle behind the Caring Dads program, which we are delivering to men in Gippsland and Melbourne’s west as part of a three-year, Australia-first trial in partnership with C [Read_On...]