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 have a 360 degree tour of St Chad's, the Hall, and the Community Garden. The Hall can be hired for special celebrations, weddings, and interest groups. The Community Garden is an ideal wedding spot for Adelaide brides.



10.00 am Morning Prayer

10.30 am Holy Communion with an informal discussion of the following Sunday Gospel reading.


9.30 am   Holy Communion with hymns, followed by morning tea

Healing Service on the 4th Sunday of the month

Although COVID restrictions have eased, we ask that people continue to exercise care, We continue to ask that if you are feeling unwell or have flu or cold-like symptoms you do not come to church.

All are welcome at St Chad's. We are an inclusive community and welcome the LGBTIQ+ communities.

Anglican Rainbow Network

Founded in 2020, the Anglican Rainbow Network for LGBTIQA+ people meets once a month in seven different parishes of the Adelaide Diocese.  It usually gathers on the second Tuesday of each month at 6.30 pm.   The meetings have shared food and time for story-telling, prayer, and reflection.

Its purpose is to build an inclusive and safe community of faith and life, especially for those who feel on the margins of church and community due to their gender or sexual identity.

For further information contact one of the lay facilitators below:

Jill            0422745978

Meriel      0414630726

Peter       0411872461


Christian Meditation

Meditation is conducted on Thursdays at 1 pm in St Chad's Church. No experience is necessary, but you will be encouraged to continue your practice each day. All welcome.

Cuppa catchup

Every third Thursday of the month.

Come and have a coffee chat at Living Choice on Fisher Street at 2 pm. All welcome. Just turn up for a chat.

 Chad's Forums 

Summary notes of the talks and discussion to date are available via Dropbox:

Homelessness and Housing Affordability

Overpopulation: The Elephant in the Room:

Voluntary Assisted Dying:

Reconciliation: Where are we and where are we going? Speaker Shona Reid. 

The YouTube video of the event is here:

The summary notes for this session are here

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

For any queries, please contact The Rev Dr Josephine Armour at


We have 2 Scout Bins behind the Parish Centre. Please collect all bottles, cans, and packaging that have a deposit on them and place them in the bins

Acknowledgment of Country     

Always was, and always will be.

We express our gratitude to the Kaurna people of Warriparinga land for their continuous care of this ancient country for thousands of generations and for the sharing of this land that was never ceded. We walk softly alongside First Nations people as allies committed to seeking guidance, listening with purpose, and acting with courage in our future together

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