We are committed to cultivating a community of Faith, Hope, and love. Come along and join with us at one of our many groups, events, and activities. Here you can find all the events and activities that are on regularly, or are coming up. Each has information about them, prices if applicable, when, where, what time, and contact information.
Mobile Community Pantry
Anglicare’s Mobile Community Pantry vans provide grocery items at very low cost to help stretch your budget further. The Mobile Community Pantry is run in partnership with Moss Vale Anglican and visits us on a fortnightly basis.
We welcome Community members. In exchange for a small contribution – $10 for groceries – you can then fill a bag with items of your choice from the stock available.
For more information contact Dean Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
Next Date: Friday May 3, 1-2 pm
The first Sunday of each month we share a meal together; soup during the months of May to September; BBQ and salads during the months of October to April.
Join us for shared Soup lunch on Sunday April 7th in the Moss Vale Hall after the 10am Gathering.
Contact Catherine at email@example.com for more information.
For our over 55’s, those in the next phase in their lives
Wednesday May 8 |9:30am | St John’s Moss Vale
Contact Chris Dudley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
3rd Wednesday of the Month | 10AM in The Hall
Next meeting Wednesday April 17 | St John’s | 10am
Contact Elizabeth Lowe at email@example.com for more information.
The annual Southern Highlands Women’s Conference will be held on Saturday 1st June 2019 at Mittagong Anglican Church.
SHWC 2019 is a gathering for women across the Southern Highlands to hear from the bible, to help each of us draw closer to the heart of God, and to better equip us for life and relationships.
What is the purpose of life? How can we know we are living God’s purpose for our Lives?
Christine Jensen, the wife of the former Archbishop Dr Peter Jensen, has been involved in women’s ministry and Mother’s Union for many years, and will be addressing ‘Where do you find your purpose?’ and what that might look like through the seasons of your life.
Di Morgan, who has served for over 20 years as an associate minister in church ministry, lectured in pastoral care at Mary Andrews College, and also meets with individuals for mentoring and pastoral supervision, will be addressing two topics: finding and understanding your purpose in Christ when living with a mental Illness, and helping people better understand and care for those living with Mental Illness and in turn encourage and help them realise their purpose in Christ.
Join us for a great time of fellowship, biblical and encouraging teaching, and scrumptious food. We look forward to seeing you!
– SHWC Team
Contact Catherine Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Contact Dean Reilly at email@example.com to RSVP or for more information.