Cardiff Anglican Church – St Thomas
Welcome to the Parish of Cardiff. The Cardiff Anglican Church is St Thomas Cardiff.
We welcome all who come to worship, or to join in any of the many activities around our parish.
Cardiff Anglican Church family is a well bonded open community of faith. Our feet planted firmly on the ground. We support and care for each other, and for those with whom our lives come in contact. Our spiritual life is nurtured by the sacraments and by scripture, and our challenge is to make a difference. We strive to be an open an inclusive community. We welcome children and young people, adults and more senior people; singles, marrieds, and those somewhere in-between.
The heritage of the Anglican Church is The Church of England. We are, however, very Australian and contemporary. This is where we need to live out our faith, informed by our past and looking to our future.
For those seeking Baptism, Marriage, or the Funeral for a loved one, we are glad of the privilege to walk with you in these important life events. Arrangements for these can be made, simply contact us by phone or email.
In the midst of the business of life, we offer a moment to reclaim the peace that God wants for each of us. Time to remember that life is more that timetables, phone calls, and Facebook, and though all those things are important, they need to be in place and in balance.
You are more than welcome on our website, and you are more than welcome at our worship, to walk with us as far as you want on this journey we call life.
Cardiff Anglican Church is committed to the service of God, and the community in which we have been called to 'shine as a light in the word to the glory of God the Father'.
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On January 29 the Parish of Wallsend farewelled The Reverend Canon Sally Gero at her final service before retirement. “May your retirement be as fruitful as your ministry!”
Parish of Harrington-Coopernook The parish had an enjoyable time on February 5 as Bishop Peter confirmed Makayla at St Peter’s. Parish of Nelson Bay Some of the young people of the parish of Nelson Bay out and about in the community at the Bunnings BBQ. Parish of Toronto Tots ‘n’ Tunes got off to a...
Have a look at these fantastic photos of the Blessings of the Backpacks from across our diocese! Parishes including Belmont, Greta/Branxton/Lochinvar, Cardiff, Mt Vincent & Weston, and Nelson Bay held blessings both in and out of the church. Rev’d Brian Ford also headed down to Manning Valley Anglican College to bless the backpacks of the new...
Our Anglican schools across the diocese welcomed the Kindergarten students of 2017 earlier this month. Check out these super cute photos from Scone Grammar School, Lakes Grammar and Manning Valley Anglican College. Welcome to our new students! We hope you had a great first day and have settled in.
In January 2017, eight students from Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College along with Mrs Demmocks, College Librarian, and Mrs Moulds, College Counsellor, ventured off to Cambodia on a Service Trip for three weeks. They started in Phnom Penh, the capital, to learn about some of the Cambodian history and experience the culture. Two sites they visited...
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Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, has said that as Anglican educators and bishops and clergy debate how theological education should be adapted to meet the needs of the 21st-century church, they should not lose sight of the fact that the final goal is to produce ministers with a “Christ-like character.”
A service of rededication has taken place at St Saviour’s Church, in Acre in northern Israel, which was closed in the late 1940s.
Bishop John Inge of Worcester in the English Midlands, whose diocese has longstanding links with Peru, has travelled there this week to meet the new diocesan Bishop, the Rt Revd Jorge Aguilar and suffragean Bishop Alejandro Mesco.
The Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Revd Thabo Makgoba, has appealed to the South African government to end moves to develop nuclear energy and instead to spend the money on education, training and other development initiatives.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has spent the day in Kenya as he concludes his visit to a number of countries in the region. He met the Primate of the Anglican Church of Kenya, Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit, who was elected last year as well as provincial staff.