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.

Saturday 16 January and Sunday 17 January

There will be in-person worship services this weekend. Please register your attendance! You will need to wear a mask to come into the church. (We will have some masks at the door if you don’t have one with you, but please bring your own if you can.) You can also watch the service via our YouTube channel.

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.

For more information about mask wearing and other restrictions in Brisbane, see https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/restrictions-impacted-areas.

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

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Register online via this QR code for tomorrow's 9:30am service where we celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany.

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Register online for the New Year's Eve service tonight at 6pm to avoid the queue at the door.

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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