This Sunday 

8:00am BCP Eucharist - Webcast
Presider and Preacher: Dean Andreas
You can watch the service on Sunday here:
A copy of the Order of Service can be found here: 8am Order of Service

9:15am Coffee Morning - on Zoom
Join us in an online Coffee Morning prior to our 10am service. You will need a Zoom account to access this - there is instructions here for making one: Zoom Beginners Guide
Once you have your account setup, you can join the Coffee Morning via this link: Make sure you have your cup of tea or coffee ready too!

10:00am Sung Eucharist - Livestream
Presider: Canon Heather
Preacher: Dean Andreas
You can watch the service live on Youtube here:
A copy of the Order of Service can be found here: 10am Order of Service

These services will also be live-streamed via our Facebook Page:

11:15am Bible Study - on Zoom
Join us in an online Bible Study following our 10am service, reflecting on the Dean's Sermon. You will need a Zoom account to access this - there is instructions here for making one: Zoom Beginners Guide
Once you have your account setup, you can join the Bible Study via this link:

2:00pm Mandarin Worship 華語崇拜
Join with other Chinese Congregations around Melbourne and watch the service on Sunday here:

Tips for joining in Worship at home:

  • Be ready to go 10 minutes before the service is starting with your computer, iPad or TV set up and connected. The livestream will appear about 5 mins before the service is scheduled to begin.
  • If you have a printer, you may want to print the Order of Service in advance and have them ready for Sunday Morning, otherwise you can follow along on another device. Do join in the response and hymns as you normally would.
  • If there is problem with the Livestream technology, don't worry! We will record all our services and make them available as soon as possible after.
  • To access the Zoom meetings/gatherings just click the links that around the time the session is to begin (9.15 and 11.15am)

This Coming Week’s Services

12.15 Eucharist on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
You will be able to watch the services on the day of afterwards via the links here -
Monday (Led by Canon Heather): 
Tuesday (Led by Dean Andreas):
Thursday (Led by Dean Andreas):

We will send out information regarding next Sunday's services
and how to watch early next week. Keep an eye on your inbox.

Last Week’s Services

If you would like to rewatch any of our Lunchtime Eucharists from last week or the Choral Evensong from Tuesday night, please click below. Once the pages loads, just scroll down and click the service you would like to watch.

It's been lovely to see so many familiar faces and names joining in our services live each day!
Click Here re-watch our Services here
Worship at Home

Online Resources

We have developed a 'Worship at Home' page on our website which has lots of useful information including prayers resources, daily reflections and other ways to pray at home.
Click here to access our 'Worship at Home' Resources
Please share with those who you think would benefit from this, and let us know what resources you are using at this time. We will keep updating this page with new resources to help you at home.

Read the Bible With Us

You may like to use these readings, which the Cathedral Clergy and Staff use for daily prayer, as part of your personal devotions throughout the week

Monday: Ps 23; John 8.1-11

Tuesday: Ps 102.18-22; John 8.21-30
Wednesday: Song of the 3YM; John 8.51-59
Thursday: Ps 105.7-11; John 8.51-59
Friday: Ps 18.1-7; John 10.31-42
Saturday: Ps 85.8-13; John 11.45-57

An order for Morning and Evening Prayer with Readings can be found here
Pray with us for

The ministry team of St Paul’s Cathedral has been meeting electronically for morning prayer, during which they remember each member of our electoral roll and other parishioners by name over the course of the week. Know that we are holding each and every one of you in our prayers.

We all look forward to a return to normal patterns of life and a big celebration by all of us to say thank you to God for his faithfulness in time of this crisis.

In the meantime, we continue in prayer for you as part of our Cathedral community, and ask that you remember us also as we seek out ways to maintain our ministry, proclaim the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and to continue share in fellowship.

We are praying for healthcare professionals, for doctors and nurses who are caring for the infected, and medical researchers as they seek to develop and test a vaccine.

We are praying for people at risk, and those who are fearful of infection. We are praying for those taking important strategic decisions for our nation and the world over. We are praying for those who are separated from loved ones because of quarantine or travel.

We are praying for peace of mind: that the peace of God which passes all understanding may be in our hearts, our homes and workplaces, our schools and colleges, our supermarkets and hospitals, our public transport and our airports at this time.

And we invite you to do the same. Share your prayers at

Prayer Points for the Week

The World
Wisdom for world leaders and health officials as COVID-19 continues spreading, protection for those particularly at risk, sustaining of health workers, adequate support of those working on a vaccine; our federal and state governments and health authorities in their important work of responding to community needs at this time, particularly for the frail and vulnerable people in our community; for peace in the Middle East, in Syria, Israel, Iraq; care and protection of refugees around the world with the complexities added by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Anglican Communion
Season of Prayer and Repentance in the Anglican Communion
The Australian Anglican Church

Diocese of Rockhampton (Bp David Robinson, Clergy & People)

The Diocese of Melbourne
Archdeaconry of Stonnington (Howard Langmead); St Mary's Melbourne North (Jan Joustra)

Those in Sickness or Need
Joan Woodhouse, Beryl Coombe, Robyn & David Forbes, Judy and Frank Clift, Andrew, Lucilia & Carlota Soares, Janet Marsden, Pam Sullivan, Martin Devine, John, Evonne Paddison, Seila, Mark Rostoks, Henri-Felix Vinson, Sum Vita, Maria Vonn, Brian, Rose, Kathleen & Samuel Hodgson, Nancy Paterson, Martin Chin, Naomi Nayagam, Paul Jeya Sorga Kumar, Laurie Savage.

Refugees in Detention
Sellaiya Vasanthakumar, Karimi Ibrahim, Louies Christharasa Thevasakayampullai, Selvathurai Sooriyakumar, N Karunakaran Nallathame.

Year’s Minds
30th Laurence Langley Nash (Canon) 1965; 31st John David McKie (Bishop) 1994, Howard Charles Hollis (Minor Canon) 2008; April 1st Leslie Cheung (Congregation) 2003, Richard Scott (Congregation) 2014

Keeping Yourself Occupied
You may be finding it difficult to keep yourself occupied during this time, we hope to use this space to share some suggestions of ways to keep yourself mentally and physically active. 

If you have got any suggestions, please let us know!
This video has six easy chair exercises anyone can do at home while sitting. Exercises include: leg lift, core crunch and shoulder/neck stretch.
Keeping in Touch
We care for you and would like to check that you are all right in this difficult time. Please keep in touch with us and each other through emails, phone calls and social media.

If you are having trouble accessing our Services, Zoom Gatherings or any other information, please do get in touch with us.

Phone 9653 4220 or Email

We will make sure your messages is passed on to the appropriate person
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