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Christmas 2016 services at Christ Church Cathedral

Saturday 24 December – Christmas Eve

5.00pm  Service for Children and Families with Carols
7.30pm  ‘Nine lessons and carols’ a service with   traditional and contemporary carols for choir and congregation
11.00pm Midnight Mass with procession and blessing
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Sunday 25 December
The Birth of our Lord, Christmas Day

7.00am  Eucharist
8.30am  Choral Eucharist with procession
10.30am Eucharist for Families
(Children – bring a favourite present to be blessed!)
[No Evening Service]

UPCOMING EVENTS November/December 2016

UPCOMING SERVICES, CONCERTS AND EVENTS

Cathedral Quiet Morning
10am – 12.30pm Saturday 12 November

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Feast of Title: Christ the King On Sunday 20 November there will be one only (Orchestral) Eucharist at 9am followed by light festive refreshments in the Cathedral.    The Preacher will be Canon Mark Watson.

Advent Carols – 7pm Sunday 27 November

Parish Eucharist & Parish Recovery Meeting
On Sunday 4 December, we will celebrate one (Choral) Eucharist only at 9am followed by a parish meeting in the Horbury Hunt Hall.

Camerata Concert – Sunday 4 December

Synod Eucharist – 7.30pm Friday 9 December

Choir trivia night 8 October 2016

It’s that time again for our Annual Trivia Night Fundraiser for the Cathedral Music Fund! An evening of fun, baffling questions, entertainment and fantastic prizes. Saturday 8 October at 6pm. A flyer is enclosed for you to take home and attach to your fridge, or other prominent place. Let Veronica know if you can come on 0434 555 418 or ronnie.butcher@gmail.com

Quiet Mornings of Reflection 2016

Being quiet and reflective is part of a Christian’s vocation, duty and joy. We are to “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10), indeed we might never know that God is God until we are still, quiet, attentive and listening in a way we have not done for a while. This is hard to do because we are not only busy, but have got used to our busyness and often wear it as an emblem of how busy we are… especially about God’s business.

The Cathedral has provided a number of days each year where we can be quiet and at ease in God’s presence. They were begun by Dean James Rigney in 2009 and will continue this year under the direction of Fr Glen Hughes and Fr Roger Sharr.  Fr Glen is the former Parish Priest of Scone, now working in the school chaplaincy program and Fr Roger is the former parish priest of St. James’ Morpeth and has recently retired. He is doing a Ph.D. at the University of Sydney.

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