At Cabramatta Anglican Church, we want to share with you the hope that we have in the face of death and what happens next.

Regardless of your background and beliefs, you are most welcome hear what God’s Word has to say about the Christian hope facing death (Good Friday) and after death (Easter Sunday). So come along to our services in person or tune in on our livestreams.

We hope to uncover the real story of Easter and help you investigate Jesus for yourself.

Good Friday Service

Good Friday is a day where Christians commemorate Jesus’ death on the cross. Though it sounds bleak, it is a day where God’s plan of salvation and redemption for the world is set in motion. Come along to find out what this means for you today.

As this is a combined service, numbers are limited to 100 people, and a livestream option will be available if you cannot attend in person. We ask that you wear a mask due to hall capacity, so feel free to bring your own or receive one upon entry.

When: Friday 2nd April 2021, 9:15AM – 10:30AM

Where: Cabramatta Anglican Church, 42 Cumberland St, Cabramatta, New South Wales 2166

Easter Sunday Service

Easter Sunday, also known as Resurrection Sunday, is when Christians celebrate Jesus’ resurrection – an event which changed the reality of humanity’s relationship with God. Come along to hear part two of the Easter story and the significance for you today. 

When: Sunday, 4th April 2021 in two sessions: 9:15AM-10:30AM or 4PM – 5:30PM

Where: Cabramatta Anglican Church, 42 Cumberland St, Cabramatta, New South Wales 2166