Anglican Church Woy Woy
The Anglican Church Woy Woy Umina and the Peninsula
We Invite you to worship
St Andrew's Umina: 8.00 am. 1st Sunday - Morning Prayer. All other Sundays: Holy Communion
St Luke's Woy Woy: 10.00 am. Eucharist
St Andrew's Umina: Sunday Night Live @5pm: Every Sunday except 3rd Sunday. Messy Church: 3rd Sunday at 4.30pm
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
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.
Your neighbor is the holiest object
Next to the Blessed Sacrament itself, your neighbor is the holiest object presented to your senses.
C.S. Lewis, – The Weight of Glory
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