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Borne Again Boutique to Reopen!

Our beautiful boutique is set to reopon on Tuesday, 7 July from 9.15 am to 12.45 pm.  During July we’ll be open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. From August we’ll resume our Monday to Saturday opening hours.  Watch here >>

Sunday Services are back!

We are once again meeting on Sunday in our expansive worship space.  Join us at 9 am for Sunday worship.  Please note it is necessary to book to attend this service.
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The Southlakes Anglican Blessing Stone hunt has begun!

If you are walking around the Southlakes region and happen to find a beautifully painted stone - with a little message of hope - you have probably just discovered a Southlakes Anglican blessing stone!
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A new Welcome Video has been uploaded to our website and Facebook page – announcing that our Church Office is open once again and our Sunday Services have recommenced.

Walking through the Valley of a Pandemic

David walked through troubling times, yet he was able to fear no evil. Why? What had David learnt about his Shepherd God? He had learned his God provides, protects, prepares and preserves him. Read more>>

What have the Mission Action Team being doing during lockdown?

A team have been gathering (via Zoom) during lockdown to discuss how to create a worship space which is welcoming to people who would otherwise not attend a church service. Here is a short video about what they've been doing. Read more>>

What happens in a Zoom Home Group?

While the world is experiencing tremendous change, saints are meeting together in their homes, using the Zoom video software. Watch this video and see what happens when they meet together. Read more>>

Southlakes welcomes a new minister

Community Garage Sale - 29th Feb

Reverend Alison Wooden

The Bishop of Newcastle, Peter Stuart, commissioned Rev Melinda McMahon as Intentional Interim Priest-in-Charge.  Read more >>

The extremely popular Southlakes Garage Sale is on again this Saturday, 29th February. Doors will open at 8 am.  Everything from brick-a-brac, linen, furniture, laps, china and even some antique collectables are available!

The Southlakes Anglican Community wants to thank Reverend Alison Wooden for her wonderful ministry over the past four years. 

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  1. Barbara Waclaw

    This year began for us with a total disaster. Our house was burned down and we literally lost everything. We wish for nothing more but to be able to live back in a place where we have spent the last 50 years together.
    We are with a verified charity:
    https://choose2help.org/lets-help-rebuild-the-house.html
    Thank you for your support. Barbara.

    1. RevMel

      Dear Barbara, Thank you for your request to support you in rebuilding the lives of those who have been devastated by fire. We, as a church, are currently supporting another family who both lost a love one and their house due to fire. I pray the Lord will continue to support you during this difficult time.

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