Trinity Sunday - a service of prayer, praise and proclamation

Welcome to our e-service for Trinity Sunday.

This Sunday as Eucharist has been celebrated at All Saints Henley Brook and St Mary's Middle Swan we have recorded a service of Prayer, Praise and Proclamation. I was joined on Jitsi Meet by two Liturgical Assistant, Rachael Kelly and Sarah Simpson. The intercessions were written by Shirley Gollagher.

The weekly readings and pew sheet can be accessed by clicking the following links, and you may wish to print these out as the service is in video rather than audio format. The readings for this morning's service are:
Exodus 34.1-8; The Song of the Three; 2 Corinthians 13.11-13; Matthew 28.16-20.

Text from A Prayer Book for Australia (Sydney: Broughton Books, 1995) © 1995, The Anglican Church of Australia Trusts Corporation. Psalm texts are from The Liturgical Psalter, Inclusive Language Version © David L. Frost, John A. Emerton, Andrew A. Macintosh, used with permission.

If you wish to read or listen to my homily later you can find the full text and audio recording on my sermon blog at

Below you will see a selection of hymns (from YouTube) that you might like to play either before or after the service. At the very bottom of the page you will find a comments box - this can be used for posting prayers, praise or encouragement for the whole congregation!

Giving to the Anglican Parish of Swan:
Many of our parish members already give their regular pledge to the parish by direct debit, and this generosity is vital in keeping the parish financially viable during these difficult times. Thank you!

If you have not already commenced giving by direct debit but would like to do so, you can use the following details:

Bank: Anglican Community Fund
BSB: 706001
Account Number: 30006999
Account Name: Swan Parish
Reference: Offering

A "one-off" donation by credit card can be made to support the parish by clicking here:


TIS132 Holy, holy, holy

TIS447 Lord your almighty word

TIS100 All creatures of our God and King

TIS478 I bind unto myself today (St Patrick's Breastplate)

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