upcoming events

Anglicare’s Mobile Community Pantry pantry staples to anyone in need at $12 per bag.
Mobile Community Pantry is held fortnightly between 1.30pm and 2.30 pm in the Moss Vale Anglican car park (entrance via Browley St). Check out the dates below.
We frequently also have free bread, fresh fruit and vegetables, mince, and eggs.
Do you have a neighbour or friend who is doing it tough? Why not bring them along to the Pantry. We look forward to seeing you.

For more information contact Peggy Pollock at mvanglican@bigpond.com

Dates for 2022

Feb 11, 25 Mar 11, 25 Apr 8, 22 May 6, 20 Jun 3, 17 Jul 1, 15, 29

Aug 12, 26 Sep 9, 23 Oct 7, 21 Nov 4, 18 Dec 2, 16

On the alternate fortnights, in partnership with OzHarvest and Outdoor Education Group, we provide fresh food such as fruit and vegetables, bread, dairy products, and occasionally meat between 1:30pm and 2pm

Southern Highlands

Men’s Conference 2023

SHMC 2023 is a gathering for men across the Southern Highlands to hear from the bible and better equip us for life and relationships.

Saturday 22nd July, 2023 at Moss Vale Anglican Church
Speaker: Al Stewart is the National Director of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC). He has also worked with City Bible Forum, Geneva Push and Katoomba Christian Convention, as well as serving as a bishop and director within the Sydney Diocese of the Anglican Church. He and his wife Kathy have four adult children.

Join us for a great time of fellowship, biblical teaching, and hearty food in our refurbished Hall at Moss Vale Anglican.

Southern Highlands Women’s Conference 2023

Southern Highlands Women’s Conference 2023 s a gathering for women across the Southern Highlands to hear from the bible and better equip us for life and relationships.

Saturday 17th June, 2023 at Moss Vale Anglican Church

Speaker: Ruth Schroeter has been an Assistant Minister at St Andrew’s Cathedral since December 2016 and has a particular focus on training and discipleship among women. Ruth encountered God’s grace through the gospel of Jesus as an adult after making a New Year’s resolution to find out about different religions and was quickly drawn to share this gospel with others. She subsequently left her life as a ballet teacher in London to move to Sydney in 2011 to study at Moore Theological College and was ordained as a deacon in 2016.

Please join us for fellowship with other women from across the Southern Highlands as we hear from God’s word, sing praises to him, and enjoy a meal together in the refurbished hall at Moss Vale Anglican.