Kinross Arts Centre will be closed on Thursday 22 September for the
National Day of Mourning for HRH Queen Elizabeth II
but will be open on Friday 23 September for the Grand Final public holiday.
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Everyone is welcome to any of our services. There is no dress code - while mostly people dress in smart casual, we want you to feel free come exactly as you are comfortable. Usually, we have two services each Sunday. At 9am there is a generally less formal service which runs for around 45 minutes. This is followed at 10.15 by a worship service which runs for around 45-60 minutes. This service usually has a greater music component, with the participation of the choir, more hymns, and a musical postlude at the conclusion of the service.
Communion is celebrated on the third Sunday of each month
Whole Church Family Services
On the last Sundays of February, April, June, August and October, we have a combined, Whole Church Family Service. These commence at 10.15am and there is no 9am service these days.
Every Easter season the following services are held:
Maundy Thursday — 7.30pm — Holy Week Service with musical highlights
Good Friday — 10.00am — Worship Service
Ecumenical Witness Walk - 11.00am, starts at St John's, Toorak
Easter Sunday — 10.15am — Worship Service
Each Christmas season we celebrate the following:
Christmas Eve — 6.00pm — Family Carols in the Courtyard
8.00pm — Christmas Eve Concert in the church
Christmas day — 10.15am — Worship Service
On Sundays following Christmas Day until the last Sunday of January, there is one service each week held at 10.15am.
Prayers For Christian Unity. 10am last Thursday of each month from February to November. Please consult our newsletter, Update, for location closer to the event
Food For Friends. During November food and gifts are collected at two local supermarkets in a joint charity event run by the Toorak Ecumenical Movement (comprised of Toorak Uniting, St John's Anglican and St Peter's Catholic churches). These are compiled evenly into boxes and distributed to the needy via a network of charities.
The Toorak Churches Ecumenical Op-Shop is run jointly by volunteers from Toorak Uniting, St John's Anglican and St Peter's Catholic churches.