Worship with christ church
for holy week and easter
Palm Sunday, 29 March
8.00am Low Mass
10.00am Palm Procession and High Mass
(meet at St Ambrose Catholic Church, 287 Sydney Road for the procession)
5.00pm Evening Prayer
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Holy Week
7.00am Low Mass
10.00am Low Mass (Wednesday only)
Maundy Thursday, 2 April
8.00pm Mass of the Last Supper with Maundy Ceremonies
followed by the Watch of the Passion until midnight
Good Friday, 3 April
10.00am Liturgy of the day
3.00pm Stations of the Cross
Easter Sunday, 5 April
(Note: Daylight saving ends overnight on Saturday 4 April. Turn your clock back one hour)
6.00am Lighting of the New Fire, Vigil and First Mass of Easter
10.00am High Mass
Our Vision: We are a community of people, following Christ and making his presence known through worship and service to the community.
Our Mission: To share the good news of God in the Brunswick community.
Our Values: Christ Church is an Anglican community in the Catholic tradition where we celebrate and engage with God’s word through scripture and sacraments. All are welcome.
Christ Church runs a family play space which has singing, drawing, reading and games for children from toddler to pre-school age on Mondays 11am - 2pm.
It's a fun morning with singing, drawing, dancing and playing games with Colette. Colette has experience with children and has a working with Children Check.
Come in for a coffee for the parents whilst your child plays in a safe and affirming environment.
THE OP SHOP
The Christ Church Op Shop opened in 1977, and offers a wide range of stock including men's, women's and children's clothing, homewares, CDs, DVDs, bric a brac, small furniture, books and much more. The Op Shop is one of Brunswick's great treasure-troves, and offers quality second hand goods at highly competitive prices. Stock is constantly being renewed, so be sure to visit regularly for the best range.
The Op Shop is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10.00am to 4.00pm, except on public holidays.
Funds generated through the Op Shop go to the support of various local, national and international charities and community groups.
Donating to the Op Shop
Donations are always welcome. To donate goods to the Op Shop, please leave bags in the garage to the right of the Bardin Centre (go through the double gates between the hall and the vicarage)
The Op Shop is not able to accept any electrical goods unless they are brand-new and in unopened packaging.
Donations of small furniture are welcome.
Please note that the Op Shop does not collect goods. Transport of all donations is the responsibility of the donor.
As a courtesy to the parish and to all who use the Bardin Centre, rubbish dumping is not welcome. If you are found dumping rubbish you may be liable to prosecution under local government regulations.
Contact the Op Shop