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.



10.30am  Holy Communion with informal discussion of the following Sunday Gospel reading, followed by morning tea.


8.00am   First Sunday of the month only. Holy Communion, followed by morning tea

9.30 am   Holy Communion with hymns, followed by morning tea

  • Healing Service the 4th Sunday of the month

  • Morning Tea is provided to catch up and meet newcomers

  • 1st Sunday of the month is children focused with a children's story and activity

  • 4th Sunday of the month is a Healing Service

Although COVID restrictions have now eased in South Australia, we ask that people continue to exercise care by using the provided hand sanitizer and maintaining some social distance where possible. We continue to ask that if you are feeling unwell or have flu or cold like symptons that you do not come to church.

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


Prayer Points for this Month

Let us pray that St Chad’s continues to be a place of inclusivity, welcome and nourishment to all. 

We pray for the members of the Rainbow network who regularly meet here at St Chad’s church, that they find here a place of acceptance and a place that values the diversity in the human community.

Our Community: We pray for the sick, those who are troubled and those who are in hospital. We pray for Meriel, Annabel, Kathy, Jenny, Cori, Luna, Helen and Ken, Ray and Joan, Jan, Barry and Tina, Rev'd Jeff, Martin and his dad Graham.. We also pray for those who are sad, lonely or separated from family and loved ones.

We pray for the sick, those who are troubled and those who are in hospital. We pray for Meriel, Annabel, Kathy, Jenny, Cory, Luna, Helen and Ken, Ray and Joan. We also pray for those who are sad, lonely or separated from family and loved ones.

Our Nation: We pray for homeless people throughout Australia and for leaders and decision-makers that we might find ways to house all people. We give thanks for the work of Anglicare and all organisations who support those who are struggling. We pray for those throughout Australia who have been affected by serious flooding, especially those whose homes have been inundated.

 Our World: We pray for world leaders that they might always keep a concern for the common good at the centre of all decision making. We pray particularly that our leaders take seriously the need to care for our environment to assist in halting the growing warming of this planet.    We pray for the peace of the Ukraine and an end to hostilities in the region.



Morning cuppa catchup

Every third Thursday of the month

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

Palm Cross Making

Saturday 18th March 10.30am at St Chad's. Lot's of fun!


Commences on Wednesday 15th March 6-7pm. All Welcome

Mary Magdalene Centre

We are rostered to provide meals and help on Saturday 18th March. Please assist. Any queries please contact Venessa on

Latest newsletter

Click here for the May 2022 ECHO

Chad's Forum  

The last Chad's Forum held on the 8th February was attended by about 50 people and was a most informative nights 

Topic: 50 years after the death of Dr George Duncan: Is the rainbow community embraced? All welcome

Links to various resources providing useful information on the topic can be found at . You do not need Dropbox to access.

For more information on previous forums please use these links

The video recording of the recent session which discussed Domestic Violence is available via the link:

The summary notes of that session are available via the link:

Chad's Forum continues to have interesting and well-attended sessions. For those who have been unable to attend - or would like a refresh, the videos are available on our YouTube channel:

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

Over population: The Elephant in the Room:

Voluntary Assisted Dying:

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

Youtube video of the event is here:

The summary notes for this session are here

To book for the next forum or for more information please visit: 

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

For room bookings please contact us here

Any queries please contact Rev'd Dr Josephine Armour 0416 256 957  or 


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

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