We dearly love our senior members at St Matt's and richly value the wealth of wisdom and experience they bring to our church community. Many play an active role in the life of the church including teaching SRE in local schools, visiting members in their homes, providing meals, serving in congregational gatherings, supporting children’s ministry and praying.
Many of our senior members enjoy the traditional Anglican services every Wednesday at 10.30am and on Sunday at 8am.
We also offer services to local retirement villages and a nursing home.
Come along and experience the warm and friendly welcome of our friendship group for seniors called ORANA. Orana is the Aboriginal place name meaning “welcome” and we welcome all people.
This is a time to meet with people at the same stage of life, enjoy their company, make new friends and share in a light lunch that we provide. We also hear from an interesting guest speaker each month.
The group meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month from 12pm.
Twice a year there is an outing – perhaps a picnic, barbecue, or the favourite ‘fish & chips’ at Berowra, and we always enjoy special celebrations at Christmas time.
Why not come along to our Wednesday morning service beforehand. Share morning tea from 10am before a traditional Anglican Communion service at 10.30am.