St Hilda's, is part of the Anglican Catholic Church within Australia. St Hilda's Parish believes, teaches and practices the authentic Christianity of the early Church, as expressed within the Anglican tradition. At present our parish has a small congregation. But, by God's mercy, we hope to grow in grace and numbers and spread the good news of who Jesus Christ is and what he has done for the human race.
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You are invited to join us for Anglican Catholic Holy Communion / Mass on:
Every Sunday, Maitland NSW Australia. Venue: St Marys School Chapel in Victoria St. Mass at 11am.
EmailFr Matthew Kirbyfor further details. Check here for any additions or cancelations of services.
Monday, 18 March 2013
Palm Sunday 24th March 2013
In ancient times, palm branches symbolized goodness and victory. On Palm Sunday (often referred to as Passion Sunday) Christians commemorate and celebrate the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem. (Matthew 21:1-9). Palm branches were waved and placed in his path as he entered an act of homage and submission, in recognition of Jesus as the promised Messiah. This was the beginning of his journey to the cross, before the week of his death and resurrection, with his arrest on Holy Thursday and his crucifixion on Good Friday. The day marks the beginning of Holy Week, the final week of Lent which concludes on Easter Sunday.
You are invited to attend Mass on Palm Sunday at St Hilda's Anglican Catholic Parish in Maitland NSW Australia at 11am. All welcome. For further information email Fr Matthew Kirby