St David's Anglican Church Chelmer Graceville

St David's Anglican Church Chelmer Graceville


The Bible 'book' is a compendium of fire side tales and fables, recounted orally for generations by goat herders and primitive tribes from the stone age, until writing was invented, and then again, many different sources, transliterations, and versions were copied and written down. ''The Bible was created during a time where stories were orally passed down over thousands of years. Stories constantly morphed and changed over time, and the Bible is a collection of these. This is why it has the nearly identical flood story from Gilgamesh, and why Jesus has the same characteristics as Dionysus, Osiris, Horus, Mithra, and Krishna. The contradictions and immorality in the stories are not evidence that God is flawed or evil, but rather that humans invented him, just like the thousands of other gods that we used to but no longer believe in.'' ...and to answer the questions of the many fears and mysteries of our universe, like 'thunder' and earthquakes, since there was no science yet. This is the old Testament. The ‘new’ Testes is also hearsay since these letters, ‘gospels’ and stories were written by the loyal faithful, the camp followers, not by objective historians at that particular time, or by any contemporary writers, and these tales were written many years after the supposed events of this mythical Jesus. Thus, there is no verifiable evidence of a Jesus in real documented history. Then, many of these stories, but not all, as many were not chosen, [ There are more than just four Gospels but only these four were agreed on ], were compiled for one self-absorbed converted Roman Emperor in his Nicean Council, for his expressed purpose of conquest and control of the people of Europe for his Holy Roman Empire. He recognised that this was the perfect religion/mythology for the future domination of the populaces. Half of the stories were ignored by the Nicean Bishops and none have been proven to be based on fact. This ‘Bable’ book is backed up by absolutely no facts and no evidence. It is not proof for any god(s) ....(or of any jesus as a god...) It is a historical novel...... Only! The Bible is proof of a book ONLY (certainly not evidence of any gods...)
Christmas Eve and the nativity. 🎄
Like to make a very sad announcement to St David's Anglican Church that we have lost our very special member in the family, Jean Catherine Burridge. Died on 30 June 2018, 10:00pm at the age 98. She was a very special Grandmother, had wonderful life, family and friends. On the behalf to the Schneider Family we would like to thank to St David's community for sending out prayers to her and for all of us. Let her Rest in Peace.
A lovely day, a great setting and happy people... ohh! and Michael and the snake.

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You can find our worship and sermon for the 5th Sunday of Easter at our website now.

Intergenerate Australia

Webinar, 10am, 28th May, 2020
Join us in the conversation.

The latest edition of Anglican Focus is now available with some wonderful articles on how people are doing community during this COVID time -

Some excellent work from one of our younger members exploring why Jesus is our Good Shepheard.

Sermon for Good Shepherd Sunday

Here is this Sunday's sermon as we continue to wonder what difference Easter makes to our lives. Abundant life starts now!

Sermon from Michael from our worship on 3 May. "Abundant life starts now!"

Grab a coffee or tea, a comfortable chair and join us for our online Sunday service 9am. Details on our webpage -

Sunday Devotions are available through the Anglican Focus magazine. This Sunday's is written by Michael. You can read the weekly devotions at this link -

Join us by phone only for our Wednesday mid-week service at 9.00am. Details on our webpage -

Sermon Road to Emmaus

And their eyes were open....
Sermon for Sunday 26 April

Sermon for worship on the 26 April and the 3rd Sunday of Easter.

Lest we forget...

"Lest We Forget", join the ANZAC Memorial Service at 10.00am.

There are some very worthwhile articles in the latest edition of the Anglican Focus, available online at this link -

Join us tomorrow for our mid-week Service from 9.00am.

Join Catherine and Michael online at 10.30am Sunday for a story and chat (Sunday only). Details on our webpage -

Details on how you can be part of our worship services at St David's this coming week can be found in this Newsletter or our webpage.

Join us this Sunday for our worship service at 9.00am. You can access the service through our webpage or by using your phone. Details can be found here -

A 40-day journey through the prayer Jesus taught his followers. Information about Easter Pilgrim by The Church of England can be found at this link or on our website -

Can I count Milly as attending our Easter service?

Sermon Easter 2020

Easter is always now .... and not yet!

Easter is Now ... and not yet!

St David's Easter update

St David's Easter update.

We would love to have you join with us this Easter through our website, more details in our Newsletter -

All are welcome to join us this Easter for our services. You can join online, or by phone. Instructions on how to access the phone service can be found on our website -

Evening prayer with some from Chelmer and some from Crows Nest. 7 of us online and sharing in this prayer together. Will do it again Wednesday and Thursday at 4.30 pm this Holy Week. You are welcome to join us. Send me a message and I’ll send you a link to join by phone or online.

St David's mid-week services are held Wednesday at 9.00am by phone only. Please feel free to pass these details onto those who would like to be part of this service.


Easter App starts on Monday April 6.

46 daily studies that lead through the deep waters of fear, anxiety and death and into an abiding sense of shalom that refuses to pretend all is well, while still believing that all will be well.

Palm Sunday Sermon

A sermon for Palm Sunday

This is "Palm Sunday Sermon" by St David's Chelmer on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Make a Palm Cross

Help to prepare for Palm Sunday!

How to make a palm cross for Palm Sunday.

Newsletter for Palm Sunday

Parish Update for Palm Sunday

This weeks update for Palm Sunday

This is "Parish Update for Palm Sunday" by St David's Chelmer on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Join St David's for the Palm Sunday online service at 8.30am, through our website, or via phone. Make your own Palm Cross for Palm Sunday, details found here -

Worship for Sunday 29 March

Here is 30-minute worship if you would like to use or share.

Moving closer in whatever ways we can.

Sunday Worship | stdavidschelmer

Resources for worship for 29 of March.

Moving closer in whatever ways we can!

Latest Update Newsletter!

Parish Update for Sunday 29 March

Moving closer in whatever ways we can!

Here is the latest info...

There are several very interesting articles in the Anglican Focus, from movie reviews to information on how to remain connected during this period -

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Office Open - Monday to Friday 8.30am - 1.30pm. Located behind the St David’s Memorial Hall.

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69 Chelmer St
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