St Chad's Community

Welcomes You

St Chad’s Anglican Church in Fullarton, Adelaide is an inclusive, friendly, open-minded Christian community for all ages. We combine the best of contemporary and traditional approaches to worship and spirituality.

Our Vision

Growing Faith

Building Community

Serving Needs


Inspiration~ Imagination~ Cooperation

Please click on the 3D view below to take a 360 degree tour of St Chad's, the Hall and  the Community Garden. The Hall can be hired for special celebrations, weddings, interest groups. The Community Garden is an ideal wedding spot for Adelaide brides.

Services- COVID-19 UPDATE

Church services will continue as follows:


10.30am  Engage discussion and Holy Communion


8.00 am   Said Communion Service

9.30 am  All Age Service with Communion

  • A together service on 2nd Sunday
  • Healing Service the 4th Sunday of the month
  • Morning Tea is provided to catch up and meet newcomers
Covid Marshalls will be in attendance at each service and gathering. Spaced seating is set up. Sign in is required and hand sanitizers are scattered throghout the church area. Please maintain social distancing. No entry to the kitchen duing service of morning tea except for rostered people.

All welcome, we are an inclusive Church and are supportive of the Adelaide LGBTIQ community.



Simply click here to read the June 2021 edition of  The Echo

If you would like to read Sunday 18 July 2021  pew sheet please click here

St Chad's 2021 Fayre is planned to go ahead on Saturday 6 November 2021. Please put it in your diaries!

July 14 - Chad's Forum  was a fantastic success with over 40 people in attendance to hear

Peter Sandeman, Anglican Canon for Social Justice and Advocacy address the topic of Voluntary Assisted Dying. The next one will be held in October 2021.

Like to know more about Chad's Forums then simply click here or email


  • No singing allowed at services on August 8
  • No morning tea. We can still sit and chat
  • 25% capacity. 1 person / 4 square metres. About 53 people allowed in the area

August 19- Fayre meeting Thursday at 7.30pm at Gay's home.

August 27- A Friday night of fun for our annual Quiz Night. Tables of 8-10. Please come along and bring your friends. Bookings to

October 24- Bishop Denise Ferguson will be attending St Chad's 

September 18- Spiritual Spa Day 2.00 -4.30pm refer Diary Dates

If you have notices that you would like to share, please email them through to before Thursday each week.

Any queries please contact Parish Priest Julie Worrall  on Mobile 0419 779 968 or 

For room bookings please contact us here

Key Message from this week's Sermon

FIRST READING: 2 Samuel 7: 1-14

This passage marks a climax: David has conquered Jerusalem, defeated the Philistines, and brought the Ark into Jerusalem. These all lead up to a promise from God that David's royal house will be permanently established. David will not build a house (Temple) for God, but God will build a house(Dynasty) for David.

SECOND READING: Ephesians 2:11-22

Gentiles were considered by Jews to be hopelessly lost. They were aliens, strangers, having no hope and without God. But now, through the blood of Christ, those who were far off have been brought near.

Prayer Points for the Month

Guide each of us with insight and audacity, to share the message of your love exemplified in your Son.

Grant to all who come to worship you in this place a spirit of unity and purpose, in being your love to one another and to our community.

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