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.
Do Not Put
Do not put your trust in princes, in mortals, in whom there is no help. When their breath departs, they return to the earth; on that very day their plans perish.
Psalm 146:3-4 – NRSV
News from Around
- Ballarat Diocese
- Anglican Communion
- Church Times
- Anglicare Victoria
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...]
Be part of a small, committed team, including volunteers, that offers a community service in a safe, supportive, inclusive and non-judgmental environment. 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...]
A Lenten Quiet Day orgainsed by the Ministry Development Committee. read this story [Read_On...]
Pilgrims on a Journey featuring Cath Connelly speaking about Pilgrimages. Friday March 17th - 6:00pm & Saturday March 18th - 9:30am at Christ Church, Warrnambool. read this story [Read_On...]
[ACNS by Adrian Butcher] Anglican leaders in Africa are sponsoring a church-led initiative to end the conflict in South Sudan. The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa has invited South Sudanese church leaders to Zambia next month to press for the guns to be silenced. [Read_On...]
The eighth annual meeting of Bishops from Canada and Africa has just taken place in Kenya, with the Bishop of Niagara, Michael Bird, suggesting the yearly encounter could act as a model for reconciliation across the Anglican Communion. [Read_On...]
Archbishop Justin Welby has said an independent report into sexual misconduct by a disgraced Church of England bishop makes for “harrowing reading.” [Read_On...]
The Anglican Communion has announced the appointment of a Chief Executive Officer for the 2020 Lambeth Conference - Phil George, currently Executive Director of the New Wine network of churches in the UK. [Read_On...]
Thirty-three members of the St Anselm’s community at Lambeth Palace finished their year together with a special service of celebration and commissioning on Tuesday. [Read_On...]
Auckland’s Holy Trinity Cathedral and the city’s Shia Islamic community have been praised for coming together for a Ramadan fast-breaking meal. [Read_On...]
Norway has hosted a major gathering of the world’s spiritual and religious traditions to discuss how faith communities can work together to protect rainforests. The meeting, which took place in the presence of His Majesty King Harald V of Norway, discussed how to activate the collective moral influ [Read_On...]
BISHOPS are to spend the next two years drawing on “the best available scholarship” across the sciences, scripture, and history, to develop a new teaching document on sexuality, it was announced at the General Synod media briefing on Friday. The s... [Read_On...]
Jeremiah 28.5-9; Psalm 89.1-4, 15-18 (or 89.8-18); Romans 6.12-end; Matthew 10.40-end Almighty God, you have broken the tyranny of sin and have sent the Spirit of your Son into our hearts whereby we call you Father: give us grace to dedicate our f... [Read_On...]
RESEARCHERS have questioned a new survey that suggests that more than one in five young people describe themselves as “active Christians” and say that they go to church. The Church of England’s National Youth Evangelism Officer, Jimmy Dale, to... [Read_On...]
THE group stages of the 2017 Church Times Cricket Cup are over, and the quarter finals are set to take place on Monday (or, in case of bad weather — which has been known to happen — on Thursday). Leeds emerged victorious in group 1, and will play ... [Read_On...]
RESIGNING as leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, Tim Farron has said that it was “impossible” for him to reconcile his position with being a “faithful Christian”. In a speech at the party’s London headquarters on Wednesday of last week, Mr Farro... [Read_On...]
COVENTRY Cathedral has launched a double appeal for cash to fill a continuing six-figure gap between what it earns and spends each year. Two funds — one targeting businesses, the other for personal giving — aim to raise about £300,000 annually to ... [Read_On...]
THE terror suspect who drove a van into pedestrians outside a Muslim place of worship in north London this week “does not represent the faith communities” in south-east Wales, the Bishop of Monmouth, the Rt Revd Richard Pain, has said. Darren Os... [Read_On...]
HAMILTON Kangaroos faces its biggest challenge of the year when it hosts ladder leader Port... The post Seagulls to swoop on injury riddled Kangaroos appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
KANE Quinn has had an arduous football career to date, having endured three knee reconstructions... The post Quinn fit and firing after extended break appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
GIVEN the opportunity of a lifetime, young athlete Bella Cutchie has taken it all in... The post Teenage running sensation wins prestigious title appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
NOMINATIONS for The Spectator’s 2017/18 Hamilton Wool and Rural Monarchs are now open and those... The post A superfine award appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
FORMER Coleraine man and repeat sex offender once bashed in his own home by vigilantes... The post Sentenced extended for sex offender appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
ANY certainty of Iluka Resources’ Hamilton Mineral Separation Plant (MSP) resuming operations has taken a... The post FUTURE IN DOUBT appeared first on Spec.com.au | News Online from Hamilton, Portland and South-West Victoria | Australia. [Read_On...]
For refugees and migrants, arriving and settling into a new country can be an extremely daunting and unfamiliar time. It can be a time of uncertainty and may involve navigating through many issues including language barriers, parenting in a new culture, finding education, employment and housing, imm [Read_On...]
Anglicare Victoria is looking for a compassionate and energetic person or couple ready to make a positive difference by becoming a Treatment Foster Care Oregon (TFCO) carer for fourteen year old Laura*. Laura has had a complex life and as her TFCO carer you have the opportunity to change her future [Read_On...]
David was living with his partner and working full time in a warehouse when he started dabbling in drug use. He subsequently lost his job and broke up with his partner. David had nowhere to turn to and became homeless, sleeping on friend’s couches and at one stage living in a friend’s car in his... [Read_On...]
Victims of crime in the Loddon Mallee region will benefit from a move to co-locate a Victims Assistance Program at the Echuca police station. From 6 June, a Victim Support Worker from Anglicare Victoria’s Victims Assistance Program will be located at the Echuca Police Station for one day per week, a [Read_On...]
Louise Lang has been working for Anglicare Victoria for over eight years and is a Team Leader for Homeless Support Services. Can you tell us a little about your role with Anglicare Victoria? I manage two homeless support service centres: The Lazarus Centre at St Peter’s Eastern Hill and St Mark’s Co [Read_On...]
Anglicare Victoria supporter Ravinder has always had a passion for helping disadvantaged children and providing them with the best chance in life. Following the tragic death of her son in 2014, Ravinder wanted to do something that would honour his legacy. She has kindly decided to leave her house to [Read_On...]
Eleven-year-old Jake has raised almost $3,000 to buy swag beds for Anglicare Victoria’s breakfast program for the homeless in Ballarat. Jake raised the funds by selling homemade Happiness Advent Calendars that feature happy quotes and jokes instead of chocolate. Jake has always been concerned abou [Read_On...]