social action and support
St John's has a number of groups involved in social action and advocacy including:
friends of St John's community support group
Actvely involved in a range of outreach ministry activities supported by our group of willing and enthusiastic volunteers.
We continue to visit and minister to the residents in various aged care homes in and around Camberwell where the residents very much appreciate the regular visits by our volunteers.
We also help out with other events such as the Celebration of Life events for aged care residents and community support groups throughout Melbourne.
asylum seeker and refugee support group
The members of this group see its role as advocacy, that is seeking to change public opinion among fellow parishioners, politicians and the general public by provision of accurate information and reasoned argument.
While they accept that Australia has a right to control the flow of immigrants, they are appalled at the suffering inflicted on refugees and asylum seekers in order to deter further arrivals.
The Group works on practical projects and maintains contact with state and federal politicians. Information about the Group and contact details can be obtained from the parish office.
anglicare partnership group
(formerly known as the anglicare auxiliary)
we gather on the last Monday of each month
all speakers commence at 2.15 pm unless otherwise advertised in Contact the Parish weekly pewsheet
29th October 2018
A.G.M. - 2019 Planning
26th November 2018
Thank you Gathering.
Dr Bronwyn Hughes a stained glass historian will speak to us on "church windows"