Dundas Telopea Anglican Church is a vibrant, bible believing church community. We're convinced that Jesus is alive and worth living for. That's why we meet every Saturday at 5:00pm and Sunday at 8:00 am, 10:00 am and 7:00 pm, to teach and share the Christian hope. Why not come and join us? It is about the most significant issue you could think about. Enjoy the site and we hope to see you sometime soon.
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Where is church?
We meet in two locations. Dundas Anglican Church is at 7 St. Andrew's Place, Dundas. Telopea Anglican Church is at 24 Lord Avenue, Dundas Valley. Click here for a map.
Are my kids welcome?
Of course. Children are welcome at all our services. Our Sunday 10:00am Dundas service and our Saturday 5:00pm Telopea service have fantastic kids programs. There are also a variety of children's activities during the week. All of our activities for children are run by trained and approved leaders.
Weddings, Baptisms & Funerals?
Call the office if you'd like to make enquires regarding a wedding, baptism or funeral.
What can I expect when I come to church?
We work hard to make church an enjoyable and worthwhile experience. We realise you may have been invited by a friend, or may be exploring Christianity and we welcome visitors who are just curious.
While each of our three Sunday services has its own 'flavour', there is much in common. Each runs for around 75 minutes and includes singing, a time of prayer, readings from the Bible and a 25 minute Bible talk explaining its relevance for our lives today. There is a time to chat over tea and coffee at the end of the service.
Check out our Services page for more information about the different services.
What should I wear?
Whatever you're comfy in. Most of our regulars don't really 'dress up' for church.
What is a Christian?
A Christian is simply a person who has put their trust in Jesus. Knowing we need forgiveness because of sin, which separates every person from God, and trusting in Jesus’ death on the cross means that we can come freely before God, accepted as his child and confident of his welcome and his willingness to help us. Read more about Christianity.
7:30pm till 9:30pm
4:00pm till 5:00pm @ St Andrew's church hall
Art and craft program for children 5-10 years old. A gospel message is included. Contact the church office for details
@ St Andrew's Dundas
Working Bee to de-clutter and clean up