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Wednesday 5 August: 1.00pm, All Saints’ Cathedral. Kim Deacon (Actress, Singer and Harpist) will perform her French Art Songs program. Please call Mitchell Conservatorium on 6331 6622 for more details.

Friday 7 August: 6.30pm. Our Stop Still and Listen service.

Saturday 8 August: 7.30am, Abbott Room. All men are welcome to our Men’s Breakfast. Peter Sutton will be sharing his experiences working in the Arab world and will share some interesting cross cultural anecdotes.

Saturday 15 August: 9.30am-3.00pm, Holy Trinity Hall, Kelso. Anglicare Disaster Recovery Training will be held on this day. Please contact Sue West for further details

From The Dean’s Desk: From The Dean’s Desk:

1000 2795 Are you unable to forgive the sins of others, whether they are sins against us personally, or sins against humankind in general? On my desk I have three filing trays labelled IN, OUT and PENDING. Things in the IN tray are things to be dealt with, and the things in the OUT tray are waiting for me to get round to filing them away. Some of the things in the PENDING tray are there because I don’t know what to do with them They are unresolved or incomplete. I suggest that God has something like a PENDING tray and he allows us to put things in it that are unresolved, including the difficulties we are having with forgiving others. Such things may range from the grudge we are still bearing against our next-door –neighbour for the damage he did to our grass verge five years ago to the sin of genocide committed by a nation under the leadership of a dictator. Leaving such things in God’s PENDING tray sets us a little freer to get on with our life. Leaving them there is a statement that we want to forgive and an acknowledgment that we need God’s help in forgiving. It may be years later that we notice that, by the grace of God, the things we left in the PENDING tray have moved to the OUT tray!

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Welcome to All Saints' Cathedral, Bathurst. This is a special place in the life of the City of Bathurst and the wider Anglican Church of Western New South Wales. All Saints' Cathedral is located in the heart of Bathurst City. The Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Bathurst and the 'principal church' of the Diocese. The Bathurst Parish was formed in 1842, and the first church on the site was builit in 1848. This church became a cathedral in 1870 when the Diocese of Bathurst was formed.

The Cathedral Parish is an open and inclusive Christian community of faith that exists to live out and share the good news of Christ with the people of Bathurst. We have worship and activities for all age groups and people from a diversity of backgrounds and experiences. The Cathedral is open each day from 8 am. You are welcome to join us at any of our services,activities and events.

Vision: Our vision is to be an enthusiastic, generous and welcoming Christian community, growing together and serving others through the power of the Holy Spirit.


The Parish Office is located in the
Diocesan Registry Building,
Church Street, Bathurst,
and is open Monday to Friday from
9 am to 1 pm.

Mail:PO Box 258, Bathurst, NSW, 2795.

Telephone:   02 6331 4711

Fax:   02 6331 4347

In emergencies, the Bathurst on-call minister can be contacted  
on 0417 693 147.  The office after hours number is 0499 104 899.


Cathedral Bells of Bathurst:

The Society of Bathurst Bell Ringers. The Bathurst Bell tower is a race and special in many ways. It is predominantly glass and is one of the few bell towers positioned directly opposite a functional Carillion.  

All Saints' College:

Diocese of Bathurst:



Saturday 5 September: Spring Market. Time to have a clean out, get some plants into pots, get knitting etc and start working out what you are going to bake. Stalls: cakes & jams, books, plants, white elephant, craft & Christmas stall, morning tea, BBZ and a raffle. We are seeking people to co-ordinate each stall so if any take your fancy see Heather or Greg Cozens. If we do not have any volunteers, we will be tapping people on the shoulder. Contact Greg & Heather Cozens on 6331 8958 or email 

Monthly Women's Breakfast: Due to the particularly cold mornings at present and the difficulty with locating a new venue for our breakfast the decision has been made not to meet for our August meal. We will definitely meet again in September and enjoy this relaxed time together. If any of the ladies have a particular idea as to where we can meet please contact me on 6332 2822. The difficulty is that the Restaurant needs to be open at 7.30am and the venues within walking distance to the Cathedral do not open until 8.00am. All ideas will be most appreciated. With thanks. Elizabeth Magee.

Saturday 16 May: PLEASE NOTE THE NEW TIME OF 5.00pm for the Saturday Night Vigil. This is to assist all parishioners who attend this service so that it is not too cold and dark when they leave the Cathedral. This will continue until October when, on Saturday 10 October 2015, the service will revert back to 6.00pm.

Memorial Gardens: Just a note that there has been a slight delay in obtaining the plantings for the Memorial Garden. This will be attended to as soon as possible.

After Hours Phone Number: 0499 104 899.

Welfare Pantry: A huge thanks to everyone who has donated items to the Pantry. As you will all have noticed, the weather has started to turn cooler. Items such as soups, cup noodles, tinned baked beans and spaghetti and ‘meals-in-a-can’ are very much appreciated by our homeless Bathurstians.

SECURITY: To all people and entities that use the Abbott Room or Cathedral after hours (excluding major concerts). John Tobin closes the Cathedral front doors at 4.30pm. Entry and exit after 4.30pm is through the carpark side door closest to the Abbott Room.

Bunnings BBQ: The dates for your 2015 calendar are 19 September and 7 November.

Refugee Personal Effects: Thanks to all nine of you for taking responsibility for a parcel to Manus and Nauru Detention Centres and also for the gifts of money. We know they are much appreciated. There are about five persons left. Please contact Fr John Clarkson. Bathurst 

Refugee Support Group: 5.00pm, Fourth Thursday of each month at Rahamim. Any caring and compassionate people who are keen to raise issues and support Asylum Seekers and Refugees are most welcome. The Group aims to raise awareness about issues, assist and mentor refugees in the community, host visiting refugees and provide financial support to other likeminded organisations. Come along to a meeting or contact Brian Mowbray on 0414 886 228. 

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