In order to curb the spread of COVID-19, the Bishop has suspended all public gatherings at the Cathedral until further notice.
This currently includes Sunday services, home Bible study groups, Play Day, BLAST! Youth Group or any other groups where people congregate in close proximity at the Cathedral or in homes.
We are currently thinking about how we meet together, when we cannot meet together.
Our hope is to provide a 15 minute daily service each weekday, and a 15 minute child-friendly service on Sundays, designed to help whole families gather around God & his word together. We are still working out the finer details, and planning on making it useful and accessible for our congregations.
In the meantime, why not head over to the Sermons Page to listen to a sermon that will help you read and understand the scriptures.
Communication and pastoral care at the Cathedral inevitably will change under ‘pandemic conditions’.
So that we can keep in contact with you, please use This Form to fill out your details.
If you happen to get ill, or need pastoral care from the staff, please do let us know by calling the office (02 6772 2269), and we will attend to your needs as soon as possible.
You can download the latest ‘Church Family Matters’ bulletin by clicking here
Although our services have been suspended, we still have bills to pay.
So, if you are used to giving ‘in the plate’, would you consider setting up online giving, using the details below, or by saving up your envelopes to drop into the office.
For those who already give online, would you mind not forgetting?
We are aware that some of us may be under financial stress. You could indicate this in the contact form (above).
BSB: 032 607
Account number: 810 284
Account Name: St Peter’s General Account
BSB: 032 607
Account number: 810 145
Account Name: St Peter’s Mission Account
Whilst we should be loving our neighbour by employing ‘physical distancing’ techniques, it is important for us to not become ‘socially isolated’.
Why not take 3 minutes right now, and touch base with someone you see at church, but don’t often contact. The smallest: “hello, how are you going?” (over the phone, or online some other way) may make the world of difference to a fellow brother or sister in Christ.