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ALL SAINTS' ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL, BATHURST



Upcoming Events 

Monday 1 September:  10.30am.  Fellowship will be held at the 

home of Eva Harrison, 59 Miriyan Drive Kelso.  Please bring your 

handwork and your lunch.  All welcome!  Phone Eva on 6331 

6496. 

Wednesday 3 September:  1.00pm.  Mitchell Conservatorium 

Concert in the Cathedral.  Keegan Bringolf singing and Courtney 

Powell accompanying on the piano perform their own special 

concert of wonderful music. 

Friday 5 September:  7.30pm.  Yvonne Kenny AM and Simon 

Tedeschi in concert in the Cathedral. 


KYB 

KYB is held every Tuesday morning at 10.30am in the Abbott Room.  

We are studying 1 Corinthians and will be studying the Psalms next.  

We would love to have more ladies come and join us.  There is an 

introduction morning before each study. 




From the Dean’s Desk 

LOVE is part of our mission. 

Do we as the church demonstrate love? 

Christians are to be known for their love.  Jesus said, “As I have loved 

you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you 

are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34,35)  So how do 

you know if a church is demonstrating love? 


Gene Getz, in The Measure of a Church, says that biblical love is like 

Christlikeness:  “Biblical love involves demonstrating those attitudes 

and actions toward others that Christ demonstrated when He came into 

the world and lived among men.”1 


Such love is fleshed out in forgiveness and encouragement rather than 

bitterness and gossip; in patience and understanding with the unlovely 

person.  When you see love demonstrated in a church, you are seeing 

Christ at work. 


Who do we talk about? 

We all need time to talk about yesterday’s football game or how our kids 

are doing.  It’s not unspiritual to want to share a wide variety of topics 

with other Christians.  Christians should enjoy life!  But if the 

conversations in the church are no different than the conversations at 

work, something is missing.  Jesus Christ is the most wonderful person 

in the universe.  Do we honour and lift up Jesus Christ?  Is there a spirit 

of worship, love, and devotion to Him in our gatherings?  After attending 

a church just a few times, you can get a sense of who people are really 

meeting for: themselves, their priest, an ear-tickling sermon, or a 

reputation.  The ultimate purpose should be to glorify God. 


Are we as a church open to partnerships with other Christian 

 organisations?A church which recognises the spiritual unity of the universal Body of 

Christ should be willing to pray for and support other Christian 

ministries.  Any extreme separatism or individualism is not the pattern 

we see among the churches in the New Testament. 


Are we as a church open to partnerships with other Christian 

organisations? 

A church which recognises the spiritual unity of the universal Body of 

Christ should be willing to pray for and support other Christian 

ministries.  Any extreme separatism or individualism is not the pattern 

we see among the churches in the New Testament. 


Diocesan Legal Costs:  Thank you to all those who already have 

made a commitment to our share in the costs.  We still have a long way 

to go but there have been signs of great generosity within our parish 

and beyond.  


Our Remaining Choir with Guests:  Today we welcome Gavin Tipping 

well known organist now residing in Mudgee.  Our choir is under the 

direction of Michael Hissey and we are delighted that his son Cameron 

has come to Bathurst to sing with our non-travelling choir members. 

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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
Email:  
bxcathedral@ix.net.au

In emergencies, the Bathurst on-call minister can be contacted on 0417 693 147.


Links:


Cathedral Bells of Bathurst:

The Society of Bathurst Bell Ringers. www.bathurstbellringers.org.au 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:
www.saints.nsw.edu.au

Diocese of Bathurst: 
www.bathurstanglican.org.au



Sunday 8am will be starting at 8.30
Sunday 10am: Family service with CK Sunday school



NEWS AND EVENTS

Friday 19 September:  6.30pm.  We welcome Archbishop Glenn 

from Sydney.  The Archbishop will preach at this service.  Do come 

along.  You do not have to be a member of Synod to attend this 

service.  Extra servers and welcomers are needed for this service.  

Please contact Cheryl at the Parish Office, Mon-Fri, 9.00am to 

1.00pm on 6331 4711. 

Saturday 27 September:  11.00am.  An Ordination is being held 

and extra servers and welcomers are needed for this service.  

Please contact Cheryl as above. 

Three Day Cursillo Weekends for 2014:  Men’s 42 is Thursday 4 to 

Sunday 7 September 2014 at Shalom Carcoar.  Closing date is 14 

August 2014.  Women’s 46 is Friday 3 to Monday 6 October 2014 at 

Ridgecrest, Burrendong.  Closing date is 12 September 2014.  

Application forms and information is available in the Narthex foyer or 

call Carina Card on 6332 7370, after hours. 


Friday 7 to Sunday 9 November:  Save the date!!  Chicks Cacklefest 

is on again.  It is our 10th year.  Registration forms for activities and 

further information will be available in the near future.  For further 

details, contact Heather Cozens - Ph 6331 8958 or Email 

ghcozens@bigpond.com. 


Volunteers for Shop 

We are currently looking for volunteers for the Cathedral Shop.  If you 

have any spare time and are willing, please contact Tania Harvey at the 

Shop.  The Shop is open from 10.00 am to 4.00pm, Tuesday to Friday.  

All offers of assistance would be very welcome!! 


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