Welcome to the Website of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Kew, Victoria
Holy Trinity has provided the spiritual home to a community of faith that has gathered to worship in a magnificent bluestone building since 1863.
Holy Trinity has related to the Kew community in many ways over the years, and provides a traditional Anglican style of worship, and a contemporary family ministry with services and playgroup.
We invite you to explore this webpage to learn more about our parish.
Vicar: The Reverend Robert Newton is Vicar of Holy Trinity.
Holy Trinity is at 251 High Street in Kew, on the corner of Pakington St. (Postal address: PO BOX 37, KEW 3101)
Holy Trinity Anglican Church has been a prominent part of the Kew Community since 1863.
The church building is showing signs of deterioration from over 150 years of use and exposure to the vagaries of Melbourne’s weather. While essential safety works have been undertaken, the building is now in need of a major renovation program.
Substantial work is now required on the tower, in general weatherproofing and repointing of the stone work.
Under the auspices of the National Trust of Australia (Vic), Holy Trinity is seeking to raise over $1,100,000 to fund this program.
Click here to download a donation form which can be used to support this project:
COMING UP during LENT:
Confirmation 2016: Please let the Vicar know if you would like to prepare you and/or your children for Confirmation during Lent. Please contact the office with your email and telephone details as an expression of interest. Confirmation preparation will entail five lessons of one hour at Holy Trinity- time and place to be confirmed, ready for Confirmation subject to Bishop availability post Easter. Applications to the Parish Office or Vicar for Confirmation close Shrove Tuesday 9th Feb.
5-session COURSE - LENT 2016:
THE PSALMS - prayers for today's church
an ecumenical course in five sessions for discussion groups & individuals
The ancient poems we call Psalms are over 2000 years old. They were written in very different times from our own when humans could travel at the speed of a camel - not at the speed of sound. But these songs have stood the test of time for they address many of the problems we still face: violence, injustice, anger - and bewilderment. Why do the wicked prosper? Where is God when we suffer? In this 5-session course, Bishop Stephen Cottrell - a prolific and popular author - reflects on the psalms in general (and five psalms in particular). He invites us to join him as he does so.
Session One Know that the Lord is God (Psalm 100)
Session Two Out of the depths have I cried (Psalm 130)
Session Three How long, O Lord? (Psalm 13)
Session Four You spread a table before me (Psalm 23)
Session Five Unless the Lord builds the house ... (Psalm 127)
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On 2nd Sunday of the month,
incense will be used at the 10am service
CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK'S PEW SHEET and SERMON