We look to the future in hope as we aim to live out our Christian faith to love, value, respect and care for all God's creations by being the people of God, proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ and committing ourselves to peace, unity, social justice, and hospitality. To read more.......
EASTER SERVICES AT ELECTRA ST
Palm Sunday Service
Sunday 2 April 10.00am Combined with Holy Trinity. We will commence the Worship Service at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Nelson Place and then form a procession to Electra St to continue the service here. If you are unable to take part in the procession, you are invited to come directly to Electra St.
Maundy Thursday 7.30pm 6th April
Good Friday 10.00am 7th April
Easter Sunday 9th April
6.30am Easter Dawn Service: Ecumenical service at the Timeball Tower carpark.
10.00am Easter Sunday Service at Electra St
Painting the Stars
Our Minister: Rev Peter Beale
We are delighted to have with us Rev Peter Beale, as our full-time Minister. Read here for a message from Peter.
Sunday Worship Services at 10am
There are no COVID restrictions for those attending the church but we request that people feeling unwell to not attend the church service ( join us by ZOOM instead) and it is up to the individual to decide on wearing a mask during services.
The Op Shop is open Monday, Friday and Saturday 10am – 4pm, and this is also when donations are received, subject to volunteer availability.
To learn more about the Op Shop read here.
We are a welcoming and inclusive church community
We extend a special welcome to those who are single, married, divorced, filthy rich or dirt poor. We extend a special welcome to those who are...........To read more
Get in Touch
+61 3 9397 5481
Visit us: 36 Electra Street, Williamstown, VIC 3016
We are located at 36 Electra Street in Williamstown. There are great cafes and restaurants nearby on Nelson Place.
From the freeway take the Williamstown Rd exit, which continues on as Melbourne Rd, or catch the Williamstown train line and get off at Williamstown Beach station and walk down Pasco St. Whichever way you arrive, we will be there to welcome you.
We acknowledge the Bunurong Country, the land of the Yalukit Willam people of the Kulin Nation on who's land we gather for worship. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. One land under God.