ST. AGNES ANGLICAN CHURCH, BLACK ROCK
One hundred and eighteen years of Anglican worship and serving the community of Black Rock.
The Anglican Parish of St. Agnes, Black Rock was established in 1895 when the parishes of Sandringham with Black Rock separated from Cheltenham. In 1898 the priest at the time decided that Black Rock should have a church of its own and a local landowner, George Hamilton Traill, purchased a block of land and donated part of it to the Church. Construction of a small weatherboard building commenced in 1899 and the church was dedicated in July of that year.
10:00am Holy Communion, followed by morning tea
8:00am on the Second and Fourth Sunday in the month, Holy Communion
10:00am on Wednesday – Holy Communion
Christmas Eve (Sunday 24 December)
10.00am Holy Communion
10.00pm Holy Communion with Carols
Christmas Day (Monday 25 December)
9.00am Holy Communion with Carols
Taize services have resumed at St Agnes on the first Sunday of each month at 5:00pm
Services last for about 30 minutes; people are free to listen or join in as they feel comfortable