serving Christ and the people of the woy woy peninsula

The Anglican Church Woy Woy Umina and the Peninsula

We Invite you to Worship


St Andrew's Umina:  8.00 am.  Holy Communion 

St Luke's Woy Woy:  10.00 am.  Eucharist

St Andrew's Umina:  Sunday Night Live. @5.00 pm.  
 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday. 
 Messy Church.  3rd Sunday at 4.30 pm.


 St Andrew's, Umina:  1.30 pm, 2nd Wednesday in month - Senior Citizens service.


St Luke's Woy Woy:  8.30 am, Holy Communion in the Chapel

More Information Here


Thanks for visiting our website today. We are the active and friendly Anglican Church Woy Woy. We have two churches, St Lukes Woy Woy and St Andrews Umina.

We seek to serve Christ and the people of the Woy Woy Peninsula.

If you would like to join with us (or just check us out) you will be more than welcome at our services or other activities in the life of the Parish.

We seek to be true to our Anglican heritage, in a very contemporary way, that makes sense in 21st century Australia.

We offer a variety of worship formats. If you look at the worship page, you may well have a feeling about what is right for you.

St Luke's Woy Woy

St Andrews, Umina

CMS Coastal Mission Day

CMS Coastal Mission Day This year it is on again at EV church, 331 Terrigal Drive, Erina – on 14th October. If you’ve been before you know how good it is – you will meet missionaries from France, Cambodia and others going to East Asia and the NT. Bible teaching […]

World Community Day

Australian Church Women Inc. invite you to attend World Community Day – Theme: Empowered to Proclaim Love, Liberty, Life. Fellowship of Least Coin Collection. Speaker: Rev. Sue Scott, Kincumber Uniting Church. Friday 20th October – 10am Service followed by Morning Tea. Kincumber Uniting Church, Avoca Drive, Kincumber.

Samaritans Winter Appeal

Samaritans has launched its Winter Appeal and is calling on you to help put an end to youth homelessness – an invisible crisis.  Please  donate online at Every dollar helps Samaritans support young people in our Diocese. Thank you for your generosity!

Bible Study and Prayer Groups

Rosemary’s place – Bible Study –  every Wed – 7.30pm. . Verna’s place – Bible Study –  every second Monday 3.00pm

Open Day Invitation

Open Day Invitation – Community Celebration of 175 years of worship at St Paul’s Heritage Church site. Cnr Avoca and Empire Bay Drives 10am Saturday 28th October. Includes – Book launch – Displays – Refreshments – Tours of the Church and the graveyard. Parking – suggest Frost Reserve, Killuna Rd. […]

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Easter Liturgy

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Anglican Care Northwood Retirement Living Tenambit – our Villas at this lovely boutique village continue to sell off the plan. Now is a great opportunity for people to pick their preferred villa style and location within the village and take advantage of our off the plan discounts! We are holding op [ReadOn...]

Camden Haven Spring Fair The Camden Haven Church Spring Fair at Lakewood was a huge hit with bargain hunters and church supporters on October 7. There were hundreds of people milling around the many stalls and sites, snapping up the odd bargain or two. With volunteers providing support – and Kevin A [ReadOn...]

“We have shared a great nourishing meal together” Last Tuesday night a crowd of 50 gathered to engage in conversation with our Catholic and Anglican Bishops about morals, ethics and good decisions. Bishop Bill Wright of the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle and Bishop Peter Stuart from the Angl [ReadOn...]

Anglican Care held the Hunter Sensational Seniors Big Day Out on October 12. The Big Day Out was a a day of fun, laughter and celebration of their wonderful seniors. Entertainment included magician “The Amazing Ophir” and local musician, Mick Fetch, both of whom were fantastic entertainers. Check ou [ReadOn...]

Scone Grammar School was a world of colour last month, hosting a Colour Run to celebrate the end of term 3. The Colour Run was an opportunity for everyone to simply finish the term having fun together. Organised by the SGS P&F, the Colour Run was a huge success raising a profit of over $18,000.. [ReadOn...]

Anglicans in the Qatari capital Doha have begun a Church Learning Group as members begin the process of vocational discernment. [ReadOn...]

Victory in Rome has given the Archbishop of Canterbury’s XI a 3-1 win-margin over the Pope’s cricket team in what has become an annual fixture.  [ReadOn...]

A partnership between Trinity Wall Street and Union Theological Seminary will give international students academic training and faith formation. [ReadOn...]

The steering group for the International Anglican Women’s Network met last week to discuss issues facing women throughout the world. [ReadOn...]

Burundi’s religious leaders are urging their government and the international community to strengthen efforts for peace and reconciliation. [ReadOn...]

A consultation in Arusha, Tanzania, has issued a communique entitled “Sustainable Peace in Burundi.” The meeting, organized by the World Council of Churches and the United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect, drew together Burundian religious leaders on 18-19 Octo [ReadOn...]

Church leaders in Kenya are proposing a national dialogue conference to help find ways of the resolving the current political and social crises facing the East African nation. [ReadOn...]

The World Council of Churches (WCC) has developed a platform to facilitate networking and collaboration among churches and partners in the implementation of the Churches' Commitments to Children. The digital map portrays and links the efforts of churches and partners involved in efforts to impr [ReadOn...]

”What does Reformation mean for Africa in 2017 in the church and in the society, in the context of the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace?” [ReadOn...]

Relations between the WCC and the Centre for Interreligious Dialogue in Tehran go back more than 20 years. One recent fruit of this relationship has been the developing links between the WCC and the University of Religions and Denominations in the Iranian holy city of Qom. [ReadOn...]

The annual Samaritans Christmas Appeal has officially launched and Samaritans staff are making preparations for our busiest time of year. Christmas at Samaritans is wonderful, but it’s also challenging. We see more than four times the number of of people… The post Samaritans Christmas Appeal appeare [ReadOn...]

Dr David Outridge, a GP of 20 years and now working full-time in Addiction Medicine, offers his insights into the link between drug use and mental health. Dr Outridge is co-located with Samaritans Post Release Programs, where a joint initiative… The post Drugs and mental health – what’s the impact? [ReadOn...]

In the spirit of “Sharing the Journey” for Mental Health Month, headspace youth ambassador Chelsea has shares her journey with mental illness… When I was 13 years old and undiagnosed, I kept thinking it was ‘just a bad day’. But… The post Living with Mental Illness: what you might not know appeared [ReadOn...]

Samaritans DRUMBEAT program has proven to be a hit! The program, which promotes social and emotional learning through rhythm, has just begun its second two year contract with the Communities for Children with SMITH Family Funding in the Port Stephens… The post Drumming up success appeared first on S [ReadOn...]

Why mental health education is so important in our community Everyone has mental health and it’s important to know how to maintain your mental health. Many people with poor mental health or mental illness may not seek help or do… The post Mental Health vs Mental Illness: knowing the difference and w [ReadOn...]

Contact Info


The Rev'd Michael Davies

mobile: 0417 650 805


The Cottage
151 Blackwall Rd,
Woy Woy


02 4344 1347 .