In the Anglican Parish of East Lake Macquarie

Windale Anglican

The Church of the Transfiguration, Windale

Street: Cnr Merrigum Street and Balemo Crescent, Windale NSW

Mail: PO Box 6051, Mt Hutton NSW 2290

Phone: 0492 429 749


Intentional Interim Priest

The Rev'd Robyn Fry

If you need to contact Robyn, please use either the email or phone number in the Parish Contact Information.


Welcome is a word you will hear in our parish community. You are welcome to join with us in worship or any of our activities.

At the moment due to Covid 19 restrictions you will need to book in advance for many of these activities, which have restricted numbers at the moment, and we are required to keep records for contact tracing, and whilst this an extra step, be assured in is a matter of seeking to serve and keep everyone safe, including you.

Holy Communion / Eucharist

Sunday & Wednesday - 8.30 am

Merrigum Friendship Centre

A place for a cuppa and chat on Wednesday mornings run by volunteers. Emergency food relief and OzHarvest rescued food is also available.

Greenmount Ministry

Greenmount ministry. Our parish volunteers visit and run a church service for residents

Maintenance Team

A happy crew who like doing yard work and minor repairs to keep the property looking good

Mothers Union

MU​ has a vision of a world where God's love is shown through loving, respectful, flourishing relationships. Many projects support family life, especially in tough times

Morning Market Days

Morning market Days are held for time to time with excess stock from the Op shop which is open on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings

Op Shop Volunteers

Op Shop Volunteers are a band of hard working folk who sort sell affordable clothing and bric-a-brac and raise money for other ministries

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Anglican Church at Windale

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Church of the Transfiguration, Windale, in the the Anglican Parish of East Lake Macquarie

All are still welcome so long as you have not been to a hotspot or should be isolating for some reason. COVID rules for church include mandatory check in, facemasks, distancing, no singing and no morning tea in the hall after the Sunday service. A mask is better than a ventilator! Prevention is better than cure. Everyone is urged to be caring and compliant.- THORNTON 7-ELEVEN - LOW-RISK COVID-19 EXPOSURE SITE -We would like to advise the community that the 7-Eleven at 1 Weakleys Drive, Thornton has been identified as a low risk exposure site. Anyone who attended the 7-Eleven between 12.05pm and 12.11pm on Tuesday, 13 July is a casual contact who must immediately get tested and self-isolate until a negative result is received. The risk to the broader community from this exposure is very low. CCTV indicates that masks were worn at all times and there was good social distancing.It is important that we all remain vigilant and comply with current restrictions. Anyone who has experienced fever or the recent onset of respiratory symptoms, including a cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, sore throat, or loss of taste and smell, should seek testing immediately and isolate until a negative result is ... See MoreSee Less
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We acknowledge the Awabakal, custodians of the land since time before, with dignity and respect.

We believe the Spirit that hovered on the waters ere creation was begun, moved in this place long before the liberation of the gospel was first proclaimed here accompanied by folk in chains.

We pledge ourselves to work for reconciliation so we may all find dignity and liberty.

O God, who on the holy mount revealed to chosen witnesses your well-beloved Son, wonderfully transfigured, in raiment white and glistening: Mercifully grant that we, being delivered from the disquietude of this world, may by faith behold the King in his beauty; who with you, O Father, and you, O Holy Spirit, lives and reigns, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.


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A Media Release from the Premier and Health Minister regarding new Covid-19 restrictions for Greater Sydney effective from 4pm today can be found here. Please note – parishes on the Central Coast must not sing at worship and must wear masks.  The maximum capacity will be determined by the 4sq metre rule. [...]

A letter from Bishop Peter Stuart regarding the Anglican Family Violence Project can be found here. [...]

Singing permitted in churches from 27 March Further update on COVID Safe arrangements for churches soon We have been advised that the Minister for Health has granted an exemption to the Public Health (COVID-19 Restrictions on Gathering and Movement) Order 2021 which allows singing in churches to commence from this Saturday. Under the exemption, in... [...]

Our Diocesan Bishop, Dr Peter Stuart, addressed the Anglican Synod on Saturday about the challenges and opportunities facing the Anglican Church in the Hunter and Central Coast regions of NSW. The address can be found here The Synod looks at the Diocese as a whole and considers the present and future challenges. The Diocese is seeking... [...]

Singing now allowed by choirs up to 30 indoors with 1.5m between performers and 5m between performers and other people Congregational singing permitted wearing masks – maximum capacity of one person per 4sqm From 12.01am on Friday 26 February 2021 there were a number of changes to the restrictions in NSW that effect Places of... [...]

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