St Bartholomew’s Anglican Church
300 Burnley Street, Richmond, Victoria, 3121
We recognize and give honour to the first peoples of Australia, and especially of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nations, past and present, the traditional custodians of the land on which this parish has its mission and ministry.
We encourage you to explore our website and read the details of our services and events. We would be delighted to welcome you to all or any of the liturgies if you are able to join us. Drop by, telephone, or email us. We would love to meet with you and talk. Please scroll down and click on the links on the left side to find out more about our activities and outreach.
WORSHIP in 2022
11.00am Sung or Solemn Mass
5.00pm Mass (or occasionally Evensong)
Tuesday 10.00am Mass (in the Chapel of Our Lady & St George)
The church is open daily for prayer and meditation from 8.00am to 5.00pm, except on Public Holidays or during a period of lockdown. If you have any prayer request, please forward them to the Vicar on vicar3121 ‘at’ gmail.com
YouTube link for recording of previous Sunday Services:
The Order of Service can be downloaded from Worship Bulletin page.
Until further notice, in compliance with health orders, all persons regardless of their vaccination status can attend services. QR check-in remains in place.
COVID SAFE CHURCH
You must NOT attend if you have any COVID symptoms or are COVID-19 positive
Please observe the following instructions:
Sanitise your hands upon entry
Follow any instructions given
Inform the COVID-Safe Duty Officer any concerns
CHILD SAFETY COMMITMENT
St Bartholomew’s, Burnley Street, Richmond, commitment to being a child safe community. Seeks to ensure the safety of all children who come to St Bartholomew’s, Richmond, affirming that all children who come have a right to feel and be physically, emotionally and culturally safe – including:
- First nations children,
- Children of culturally or linguistically diverse background,
- Children living with a disability
St Bartholomew’s actively works to listen to and empower all children within our community. Commits to meeting all of the child safe standards of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne and Victorian State Government.