Balwyn Anglican

Sunday 9 August 2015

Balwyn AnglicanComment

WELCOME to Balwyn Anglican today, especially if you are visiting for the first time. Please stay for Morning Tea after the service. Children are welcome at Balwyn Anglican, there is a children’s program in the 10.30am Service & toys are available in the Family Room near the front of the church.

Blooming Spring - Plant & Cake Stall in October
Gardeners, start preparing your seedlings and plant cuttings now. 
Contact: Doug B. & Joyce C.

Wednesday Morning Tea
Interested in meeting up for morning tea once a month Wednesday @ 10am, followed by the weekly Holy Communion Service @ 10.30am ? Contact Margaret A. or Carole I-Y.


We're offering great courses in 2015 to assist in exploring your faith, strengthening your relationships, and understanding your purpose. There is even an opportunity to achieve a Certificate level qualification! Check it out now!

Register: Contact the church office


For information on groups:
Tuesday @ 9.30am Women’s Group (Contact: Judy W.)
Tuesday @ 2.30pm (Contact: Brian W.)

Interested in hosting or being involved in a new group? Contact: Brian


Tuesday mornings @ 10.00am - 11.30am in Maling Hall.
(Contact: Treena B.)



The International Jonathan Edwards Congress -
Lectures and discussions on history of evangelicalism with historians, theologians and pastors from every continent.

Theme “The Global Edwards”  24 May - 28 August. 
Visit for more information.


CHURCH UNITE - Prayer and Worship Event >>

25 October 2015 4pm & 7pm at the Melbourne Convention Centre.
Visit for further details or contact Brian W.



Balwyn Anglican Church:

  • For deep & growing relationships as God’s people here in Balwyn. 

  • For growth in Life Groups. 

  • For Richard and Sue as they prepare their travels.

  • For ministry plans & opportunities, traditional & contemporary services, children and families’ ministries & other outreach activities.

Wider Church:

  • For our link missionaries Ken & Ally Thompson in Cambodia, & for the Little family as they minister in Papua New Guinea; (Please contact to receive prayer updates via email); 
  • Diocese of Rochester (Bp Prince Singh);  
  • Diocese of Wangaratta (Bp John Parkes, Clergy & People); Camberwell Grammar School (Paul Hicks, Principal; Charles Butler, Chaplain);  
  • Mullum Mullum Parish, Ringwood (Michael Lazarus, Shannon Lee, David Lual);  
  • St Oswald’s Glen Iris – celebration service: St Oswald’s Day (Bp Genieve Blackwell);  
  • Church of the Epiphany, Hoppers Crossing – visit (Bp Philip Huggins).

Australia and World:

  • For wisdom and compassion in social issues affecting our national life: asylum seekers, the possible redefinition of marriage, freedom of speech, violence in the community.
  • For those who suffer and grieve, in particular those affected by the unrest and violence in the Middle East, particularly Syria and Iraq.
  • For the global church: integrity, godliness & upholding of biblical truth & the gospel.

Sick or Special Needs:

  • Ros D.
  • Jocelyn B.
  • Norma V.
  • Pam G.
  • Jessica J.
  • Barbara D.






What's on this week at BAC?

Tuesday 11 August

9.30am    Women's Life Group 

10:00am   Barnabubs

2:30pm     Life Group

Wednesday 12 August

10:30am   Mid-week Communion Service


Sunday 16 August

9.00am   Traditonal Communion Service

10:30am   Contemporary Service


Requests for Urgent Prayer

Please call prayer chain
co-ordinator: Margaret A.

Prayer Diary

Please let the church office know of anything relating to the Parish and its ministries or activities that need to be included.

"Seven days without prayer makes one weak."