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
The names and contact details of paid and volunteer staff members are on the About page.
Christ The King Toronto
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.
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
News from the Diocese
- Anglican Church Newcastle
Newcastle’s oldest church, St John’s Cooks Hill, witnessed the ordination and commissioning of its newest priest on Wednesday 8 May. The Reverend Kimberley Sawyer has been a deacon at All Saints’ and St Mark’s, Hunters Hill was commissioned as the first female Parish Priest in St John’s 159 year history. Kimberley Sawyer said, “I am... [...]
The Anglican Diocese of Newcastle and all of its organisations has joined the National Redress Scheme effective Friday 29 March 2019. People considering an application should go to https://www.nationalredress.gov.au/ Help is available from within the Diocese. If you wish to contact our Survivor Support Service please ring 1800 774 945 The Diocese encourages people to... [...]
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