The Anglican Parish of Bacchus Marsh is a Christian Church serving the community of Bacchus Marsh, Balliang, Myrniong and surrounds. Services are held weekly at Bacchus Marsh and on alternating weeks at Balliang and Myrniong.
Palm Sunday 9th April
8.30am Holy Trinity Bacchus Marsh
10.00am Family Service Holy Trinity Bacchus Marsh
10.30am St George’s Balliang
Wednesday 12th April
10.00am Holy Communion and Service of Penitence
6.30pm Passover Meal - Lead by Messiah Australia Group
Maundy Thursday 13th April
7.30pm Holy Trinity Bacchus Marsh - Holy Communion, washing of the feet and stripping of the altar
Good Friday 14th April
9.30am Combined Parish Service at Holy Trinity Bacchus Marsh
11.00am Ecumenical Stations of the Cross - commencing at Foodworks carpark, followed by Hot Cross Buns and tea/ coffee at Holy Trinity
Easter Vigil Saturday 15th April
7.30pm Easter Vigil at Holy Trinity Bacchus Marsh - Lighting of the fire, Litany of readings, Renewal of Baptismal Vow and Holy Communion. Supper to follow
Easter Sunday 16th April
9.00am St George’s Balliang
Cafe Church April 2nd
Please join us at Cafe Church on Sunday 2nd April at 10am as we hear from Bryce Corban. Bryce is one of the youth group leaders at Holy Trinity and ...
Posted 22 Mar 2017, 16:08 by Nina Harbison
Playgroup is Back for 2017
We are very excited to announce that Playgroup will again be running in the Holy Trinity Hall on Monday mornings from 9.30-11.00 starting 6th March. It is ...
Posted 31 Jan 2017, 14:25 by Nina Harbison
Cafe Church Returns for 2017
Cafe Church commences this Sunday 5th February at 10am in the Church Hall. The guest speaker will be Margaret Van Langenberg speaking of the mentoring program of Kids Hope.
Posted 31 Jan 2017, 14:22 by Nina Harbison
Reverend Richard Litjens Induction Service
The Induction Service for our new priest Reverend Richard Litjens will take place on Tuesday 6th December at 7pm
Posted 30 Nov 2016, 17:38 by Nina Harbison
Messy Church Sunday 20th November 5-7pm
Please join us for Messy Church in November as we look at advent and start preparing for the Christmas celebrations.
Posted 7 Nov 2016, 18:12 by Nina Harbison