Telarah Rutherford Anglican Church
Telarah Rutherford Welcomes You.
We welcome you to the Anglican Parish of Telarah Rutherford. Our two churches are St Luke's, Telarah. and St Christopher's, Rutherford.
The parish is just five minutes up the road from Maitland. We pride ourselves on being friendly and inclusive.
We are a liberal catholic Anglican parish. We enjoy the elements of high Anglican liturgy (i.e. "smells and bells"), while open to some more informal expressions of prayer and worship.
Each month "Messy Mass" at St Christopher's (held at 6.00 pm on the first Saturday) is an exuberant interactive experience for both kids and the kid at heart. Our famous First Saturday Feast follows "Messy Mass". We share lots of delicious food in a relaxed and friendly setting.
Care & Community.
Quiet and Contemplative.
Traditional sung Eucharist.
|Traditional sung Eucharist
with Sunday School in School terms.
More details and weekday times on the Mass Page.
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