A Message from the Vicar
about Services at St John's
Please find an important message from our Vicar
Thursday 16th April.........Letter to the Parish
About Services at St John's ...... Letter to the Parish.pdf
Updated Letter to the Parish.....St John's Letter - 200324.pdf
St John's Camberwell has Reopened
With the easing of restrictions now allowing up to 150 members of the congregation to be present, St Johns has reopened for public worship. Strict protocols regarding social distancing and safe participation are being followed for the safety and well being of all.
Our worship and corporate life, however, will continue online. Both the 8.00am and 10.00am Sunday Eucharist and 6.00pm Sunday Evensong will be live streamed each Sunday, along with morning and Evening Prayer each day at 9.00am and 5.00pm. The Eucharist at 12.00 noon on Tuesday and 11.00am Wednesday will also continue to be live streamed. Service booklets for the Sunday services are available from the daily links below. For further details follow the following link Latest schedule of Services at St Johns Camberwell
This week Live at St John's Camberwell
Please follow the link below to see the complete schedule of Services and Events being held St Johns Camberwell during the current Covid-19 crisis for the next week
"NEW' This Week Live at St Johns Camberwell - Click here for the Latest schedule of services
Links to the scheduled services can also be found below
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The inexpressible joy of Evensong
Evensong is held each Sunday at 6.00pm.
Come find a place of solace and quiet in a world full of noise.
The service of Evensong an ancient service of quiet thoughtfulness and musical meditation.
Evensong enlarges the heart and is 'shatteringly and utterly gorgeous'. Evensong is a perfect way to end the day and start the week
Buxteheda's Membre Jesu nostre
Join us for a performance of 'The Limbs of Jesus' by Dieterich Buxteheda a cycle of seven cantatas composed in 1680 dedicated to Gustaf Duben. Featuring the St John's Choral Scholars and Genesis Baroque and to be held on Friday 19th March at 8.00pm
Book online at Trybooking. Tickets will also be available at the Door!
Everyone is welcome at St John's. With generations of Christ's followers we are all welcomed around the banquet table of the Word made flesh - regardless of gender, race, colour, sexual orientation, social status or any other distinction.
10.00am Sung Eucharist
6.00pm Evening Worship - Liturgy of Light - (Sung Evensong is held each Sunday at 6.00pm during Covid-19 until further notice.)
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.
The Vicar of St John's Camberwell, Father John Baldock, was inducted by Bishop Genieve Blackwell on Tuesday 21st August 2018.
Father Baldock comes to St John's Camberwell after 12 years as vicar of St John's and St Agnes' Anglican Parish East Malvern. He is an active member of General Synod, The Diocesan Synod, the Diocesan Council and the Diocese's Finance Committee.
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Weekly Pewsheet "Contact" to download a copy of the St John's Camberwell weekly pewsheet please follow this link ...
Whats Happening at St John's please follow the following link ...
Anglicare Partnership Group - please follow the following link ...
St Johns Camberwell is commited to implement the new Diocesan regulations concerning Child Safety in the parish read more link ...
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.