About our Parish Community
Serving Christ, Proclaiming His Love
OFFICE PHONE 07 4933 6611
POST PO Box 197
The Parish Office is open Tuesday and Friday mornings 9am to 12 noon. At others time please leave a message.
W orship is an essential part of being a Christian. For Anglicans that worship centers around the gathering of the faith community each week from the events of our lives to hear God’s word read and then have it explained and applied in the sermon. After a time of prayer we celebrate and remember in the Holy Communion the work of Jesus Christ as our Saviour and Lord. All this a surrounded by music and singing. Through our worship and gathering together we are refreshed and strengthened to go back out into the community, to continue the day to day work of Jesus.
We hope you will find useful information and helpful links that will assist you to learn about our faith community and encourage you to grow in your understanding of the Christian faith.
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St James the Fisherman - Yeppoon
at 18 Housden Place
This site commands a wonderful view of the sea with the Keppel islands a short distance away. The church captures this view and makes it a vital part of the worship space.
The new place of worship seats over 200 people.
Our worship style is relaxed and dignified expressing the richness of Anglican tradition and its engagement with contemporary society.
Saturday evening worship @ 6:00pm (5:30pm from May to the first weekend of September has a relaxed mix of contemporary and traditional elements of worship. Once a month, on the first Saturday, we share in a meal together after the service.
Sunday morning @7:30 am is enjoyed by the older members of the parish with its sung Eucharist and wonderful mixture of traditional and contemporary singing in the hymns. Following the service there is a sumptuous morning tea and warm fellowship where God’s love and support are freely shown.
Sunday morning @ 9 :00am is a family service using the third order from A Prayer Book for Australia. The music is contemporary and the atmosphere relaxed and welcoming to families with children. During the service young children attend Sunday School where material produced by Scripture Union is used.
Originally constructed in 1893 on a site about 1 km away this building was relocated to its present site in 1911.
The congregation works hard to ensure this classic part of the towns architectural history is preserved for the future use of God’s people and the community.
is the only service at Emu Park and uses the second order from A Prayer Book for Australia. This congregation enjoys welcoming new members. Worship is followed by a wonderful morning tea and warm fellowship.
Christ Church - Emu Park
Cnr Archer & Hunter Streets