CHURCH CURRENTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC: Please join us for our service this Sunday ONLINE at 10am on our Facebook page - www.facebook.com/holytrinitykew
Services currently streamed online, with up to max 100 people in the congregation
8am Eucharist in Church (up to 100 people)
10.00am Sung Eucharist live-streamed, and with up to max 100 in the congregation - Please click here for further information
Our 10am Sunday service is streaming on Facebook:
Parishioners are encouraged to make their offertory by direct credit.
Our offertory account details are
BSB 063 142 Account 1042 3425.
Account name: HTK Offertory Account
PLEASE NOTE: an earlier version of this post had an incorrect BSB number. Please check you are using the correct number as listed here now to ensure your donations get through!
Pew sheets will be available online via the link below so you can follow along our live stream / access the week's readings and prayers.
CLICK HERE FOR THIS WEEK'S PEW SHEET and SELECTED SERMONS
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 all the stone work around the building.
Recent electrical and roof plumbing works with interior repairs/renovations have improved matters.
Over $400,00 has been generously donated from parishioners and the general public thus far.
However we need more funds to keep up this historic and culturally significant building.
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:
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