Welcome to:

The Anglican Church in Toronto 

serving the community in West Lake Macquarie.

 

Christ the King Anglican Church, Toronto is a vibrant and active Christian community of faith.  We are a community that reflects many aspects of Anglican tradition, always exploring new ways of celebrating our faith.  This is expressed primarily in the worship, service, prayer, fellowship and Sacraments that form us to live out our faith in the community.

We gather for worship on weekends and weekdays and you are warmly invited to attend any of our services no matter where you are in your spiritual journey.  Whether you are new to the Church or have been an active Church member for 50+ years, all are welcome and equal in the Kingdom of God.

The Reverend Julie Turnbull
Rector

The names and contact details of paid and volunteer staff members are on the About page.

Facing the Past and Shaping a Healthy Future

Christ The King Toronto

FAMILY MINISTRY

Tots ‘n’ Tunes Music play time every Thursday 9.30 am during school terms.

Baptisms by appointment, see our Baptism Page

Messy Church is currently in recess.

SAFE MINISTRY

THE ANGLICAN CHURCH OF AUSTRALIA - DIOCESE OF NEWCASTLE

Providing assurance that our churches are safe places for children an vulnerable people.

If you have concerns about children's safety please contact The Diocesan Professional Standards Unit

If you need to speak to someone call the confidential line 1800 774 945

Website: Professional Standards

email: dps@newcastleanglican.org.au

News from the Diocese

  • Anglican Church Newcastle
  • Samaritans
- Bishop Peter Stuart

A Christmas Message from the Anglican Bishop of Newcastle – Dr Peter Stuart There is expectation in the air. Christmas is near and people have begun their travels. Children are excitedly anticipating gifts from Father Christmas. Parents are wondering who might join them in church or around the dinner table. The good news which Christians... [...]

- Bishop Peter Stuart

We have updated the Professional Standards Poster to ensure that people know how to contact the Police and the Child Protection Helpline. We encourage anyone who has been harmed to come forward to speak about their experience. Parishes should print the revised poster and ensure that a copy is placed on the main notice board... [...]

- Laura

Across the country, Australians have been impacted by devastating fire conditions over the past month. Samaritans has directly seen the affect on communities through our support in disaster recovery efforts on the Mid North Coast and Central Coast areas. Samaritans… The post Helping communities impacted by the bushfire crisis appeared first on Samaritans. [...]

- Gemma

On Christmas Day almost 2000 people attended Samaritans lunches in Wyong, Singleton and Newcastle. The day was full of joy and magic as locals came together to enjoy a meal as one big family. In Newcastle more than 1200 people… The post Locals celebrate Christmas with a smile appeared first on Samaritans. [...]