Everyone is welcome at St John's. Christ our gracious host welcomes all at the banquet of Word and Sacrament - regardless of gender, race, colour, sexual orientation, social status or any other distinction.
St John’s Church is a contemporary catholic Anglican parish in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. It is a parish of the Diocese of Melbourne in the Anglican Church of Australia.
Our corporate life cherishes word and sacrament and is embedded in prayer and worship. We are committed to compassion and justice. St John's is an inclusive parish community welcoming people of all ages, gender, race, colour, creed and sexual orientation.
The parish community acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which St John's is built and pays their respects to the elders.
Our mission is to bring people into communion with God and with each other. Our mission is centred in Camberwell Junction and beyond – to other people and the wider needs to which God calls us.
Follow the link to the St Johns Camberwell Lent and Easter Calendar for details of liturgies and events....Lent-Easter Calendar 2016
The Lent -Easter Calendar should be read in conjunction with the St John's Camberwell Lent-Easter Guide available here......Lent-Easter guide St Johns 2016
The Reverend Emily Fraser commissioned as Chaplain of Lowther Hall
St John’s former curate, the Reverend Emily Fraser, has been commissioned as Chaplain of Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School, Essendon. She is pictured here with the Vicar, Father David Moore, Bishop Philip Huggins, and another former curate, the Reverend Richard Wilson.
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You are most welcome to join us at any of these services:
8am – Eucharist
10am – Sung Eucharist with kidz@church program
3pm – Indonesian Service
6pm – Contemplative evening worship
552 Burke Road, Camberwell Junction 3124(Melways reference 59 J1)
St John’s Church is 100 metres from Camberwell Junction, on the south side, and is readily accessed by public transport. Camberwell Railway Station is a 10-minute walk from the church or a brief ride on the 72 tram. Two other tram lines – 70 and 75 – also access the Junction. Ample car parking is available on weekends and weeknights.