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Sunday services

We would love you to join us at any of our Sunday services this month – 8:30 am, 10:30 am or 6:30 pm.

8:30 am Traditional worship and weekly Holy Communion

10:30 am Contemporary worship and monthly Holy Communion

6:30 pm Waiters Union led community gathering for disadvantaged and/or socially marginalized folk

COVID-19 response

Due to COVID-19 regulations, whether you are a regular attendee, a newbie or just visiting, you are required to register if you plan to attend one of our Sunday morning services in February.

  • You can register as a couple or family by selecting the number of people in your group.
  • Register to attend by phoning or SMS 0475 941 280.
  • If you are unable to attend after registering, please let us know so that we can offer the spot to someone else.
  • Once the limit of 100 has been reached, registrations will close.
  • We will continue to livestream services until we can resume.
  • The weekly bulletin will continue to be emailed.
  • Keep in touch with us via our Facebook page.

 

Register to attend 8:30 am Sunday services this month

Register to attend 10:30 am Sunday services this month

By attending a service at St Andrew’s South Brisbane, you agree to adhere to the following COVID-19 regulations:

  • No physical contact – greet others with a wave or smile.
  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds or use hand sanitisers upon entry, before communion, and before morning tea.
  • Physical distancing is necessary because the most likely way of catching the virus is by breathing in micro-droplets from another person sneezing, coughing, or exhaling. You will need to sit at least 1.5 metres away from others (couples and families can sit together) as per COVID-19 regulations. Please do not move between groups.
  • Communion will be administered in one kind only (the bread). Everyone is to use hand sanitiser immediately before receiving the bread. People waiting to receive communion should stand at least 1.5 metres from another person. The only time this distancing can be relaxed is the precise movement of receiving the communion. People should avoid kneeling and touching altar rails.
  • The collection plate will not be passed around. There will be a collection plate in the sanctuary, just before the hand sanitiser station. Please consider giving tithes online during this time.
  • Do not attend if you are feeling unwell – this is essential.
  • If, after attending a service, you suspect you have the corona virus, please contact 13 HEALTH and let them know you attended our service. You must contact us on 0475 941 280 or 3844 3808 to let us know too.
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