St Andrew’s is the home of a community of faith who seek to follow the way of Jesus in loving one another, practising generous hospitality, seeking peace and pursuing justice. We worship in the contemporary catholic style of the Anglican tradition, caring for and supporting one another to grow spiritually and live out our faith in practical ways in our communities.

Wow! There are a lot of events coming up!

Have a look at our Special Events page. There’s also a new study group.

Attendance registration

Please use the Check In Qld app, which can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. Paper registration is also available, but is much slower, so please allow extra time to sign in.

St Andrew’s has a Covid-Safe plan. Please do not attend in person if you have any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, fatigue, sore throat or shortness of breath. Social distancing measures will be in place and must be adhered to.

Worship Services

Sung Eucharist: Sunday 9:30 am (in person and live on YouTube)
Said Eucharists: Sunday 7:30 am, Wednesday 9:30 am, Saturday 6:00 pm
Other services and more information

Video: 7th Sunday of Easter (16 May)

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2 weeks ago
Go to the limits of your longing

"Go to the limits of your longing"
Sermon offered by The Rev'd Sue Grimmett for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, 2 May 2021.

Go to the limits of your longing… ©Suzanne Grimmett Who or what is God and how, then, are we to live? The first letter of John seems to offer a startlingly …

2 weeks ago

Join us at 6pm tonight for our Contemplative Eucharist where we explore the promise of new life in a creative liturgy. We welcome Tim Kelly and Lauren Krenske once again as our musicians.

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2 weeks ago

Our own Dr John Chenoweth is speaking at this event on Sunday. All welcome for what promises to be a great afternoon.

2 weeks ago
Are we pretending that all is well?

May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month. Some reflections to aid our thinking and prompts to actions we can all take.

“The difficulty with this approach is that it asks victims and survivors of domestic and family violence and abuse to pay the price for the rest of us to feel ok. They are often expected, tacitly ... See more

2 weeks ago
On the Way Podcast

Barbara Brown Taylor is a best-selling author of 15 books (including a few on the New York Times bestseller list), teacher and Episcopal priest. It was wonderful to meet Barbara, and this ... See more

What happens when we accept the invitation to investigate all the wonder around us?
So fortunate to spend time talking with Barbara Brown Taylor to explore the kind of “holy envy” that opens us ... See more

2 weeks ago

The Rev’d Ray Clifton leading us in Active Listening training; helping us grow our skills in good communication and practise compassion through listening and presence.

3 weeks ago
Sung Eucharist - Easter 4

Livestream from this morning's Sung Eucharist for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

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3 weeks ago
Abundant life

"Abundant Life"
Sermon offered by Lauren Martin for the 4th Sunday of Easter.
https://anglicanipilly.org.au/2021/04/25/abundant-life/

4th Sunday of Easter Acts 4.5-12 Ps 23 1  John 3.16-24 John 10.1-18 Abundant life ©Lauren Martin Today i…

3 weeks ago

For all those who are grieving, for all those who are feeling lost, or like their world has been turned on it’s head. The life you live now is not a lesser life, but one that is all the richer for ... See more

3 weeks ago

The rescheduled Annual Chrism Eucharist and Renewal of Ordination Vows will be held tonight, Thursday 22 April at 7:00 pm in St John's Cathedral. All are welcome to attend as the Archbishop ... See more

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Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land and their care for it for thousands of years.  We recognise that when others came later to this country there was violence and injustice.  We gather on this land we now share, aware of past injustices, and with respect for the land and its ancient people. Open to the Spirit, who has ever been present here, we resolve to continue to appreciate its beauty, to protect its resources, and to honour the connection the traditional custodians have with this land.

Open and Affirming

​We seek to affirm the gifts of everyone – irrespective of sexuality, gender, race, culture, or other human characteristic.- and pray and work for the full equality of all.

​Hire Our Space

Great things happen when we come together and talk about things that matter. We welcome you and your guests to fill our spaces with your ideas and stories.
If you are interested in hiring one of our spaces please contact us.

Roof Restoration Project

​NPS Commercial commenced  work on the 19 October. We can still worship in the church at our usual service times, and access to the Undercroft is unimpeded. We are grateful to be receiving some funding from a Diocesan grant. We have been able to secure a loan to fund the majority of this project and fund raising will be a long term venture. If you would like to donate towards this project, please see information on the Roof Restoration Project page.

Have a question? Email the parish office: secretary@anglicanipilly.org.au
Office hours: 9.00 am to 12.00 pm Monday to Friday
Telephone: 07 3870 7263