About St John the Evangelist, Anglican Parish of Dee WhyWeekly Service Times

Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 27 September 2020

You can keep in touch with us via our Streamed Services. Just click on the link below to our Facebook page. You do not need to have a Facebook account to access this link. Facebook Page

September 25, 2020 in Parish News by

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Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 20 September 2020

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Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 13 September 2020

Dear Parishioners, We trust you are all well. You can keep in touch with us via our Streamed Services. Just click on the link below to our Facebook page. You do not need to have a Facebook account to access this link. Facebook Page

September 10, 2020 in Parish News by

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Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time – 6 September 2020

Dear Parishioners, We hope you are keeping safe and well. Lovely to know that you are keeping in touch with us via our Streamed services. A friendly reminder that all our previous pew sheets and previous streamed services can be accessed on our website at any time. Alternatively, you can follow us on Facebook by… Read more

September 4, 2020 in Parish News by

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Op Shop Update

Unfortunately, it is still not the right time to re-open the Op Shop. As soon as we feel it is safe for both staff and customers we will advertise and let everyone know.  Please continue to bring in your valued donations. Thank you.

September 1, 2020 in Parish News by

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Sunday Services


8:00 am Holy Eucharist
10:00am Family Eucharist
6:00pm Evening Prayer

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How to Find Us

St John’s Church is located on the the corner of Oaks Avenue and Avon Rd, Dee Why.
The entrance to the Parish Centre is on Avon Rd.
Parking is restricted in Avon Road, while surroundings streets can sometimes be difficult.
We suggest you use the carparks indicated—about five minutes’ walk.
There is also good public transport to Pittwater Road (several buses) and
Howard Avenue (Dee Why Beach buses).