Welcome

We hope you will feel at home here!
Our vision is to be ‘a church for all ages’.

We are a community seeking to know Jesus and share the love of Christ with people in our area.

We value people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds, and we desire to be an open community
that welcomes everyone to explore what God has done by sending his Son:

‘For God so loved the world that he gave
his only Son, so that whoever believes in him
may not perish but have eternal life’

(John 3:16)

 

In our gatherings, we love to listen to God speaking through the Scriptures, coming before
God in prayer and praise, and sharing in the Lord’s Supper. We value good relationships
and opportunities for people to use their gifts to serve others. Everyone is welcome
to come to one of our Sunday services or to find out more about our other events
and activities. We look forward to meeting you in person!

Welcome

We hope you will feel at home here!
Our vision is to be ‘a church for all ages’.

We are a community seeking to know Jesus and share the love of Christ with people in our area.

We value people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds, and we desire to be an open community that welcomes everyone to explore what God has done by sending his Son:

‘For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that whoever believes in him may not perish but have eternal life’

(John 3:16)

 

In our gatherings, we love to listen to God speaking through the Scriptures, coming before God in prayer and praise, and sharing in the Lord’s Supper. We value good relationships and opportunities for people to use their gifts to serve others. Everyone is welcome to come to one of our Sunday services or to find out more about our other events and activities. We look forward to meeting you in person!

Two’s company

St Agnes, Grange

 

There was a vision for an Anglican ministry in Grange from its early days. The suburb of Grange began in 1878. A land grant was given for a Church of England in around 1881, with the church being built and dedicated in 1885. The Nave was added in 1901 and the Vestry in 1935. The Parish Hall was built in 1924 with a stage and a room for ministry with children.

 

The church was named after Saint Agnes, a teenage girl who was martyred under Roman rule around 300AD. In addition to its worship services, the parish has a long history of running an Op Shop and an annual Spring Fair.

St Michael and All Angels, Henley Beach

 

From the time of the building of the church at Grange, there began a desire to build a Church of England in Henley Beach. Services were conducted from Easter 1912, and the church was built in 1922, with a Chancel added in 1934. To enhance the life and ministry of the parish, the hall was built in 1962.

 

The church is named after St Michael, an angel depicted in Scripture as one who protects God’s people. Throughout its history, St Michael’s has had a high value on being present to the local community.

The Parish of Henley and Grange

 

For the sake of the health and growth of Anglican ministry in the area, the two churches combined to form the Parish of Henley and Grange in 2009. There are two Sunday services each week, with the same congregation meeting in Grange on the first and third Sundays of each month, and at Henley Beach on the second and fourth Sundays of each month. In this way, the people of the combined parish stay together, while at the same time maintaining a connection with each locality.