St Oswald’s is an Anglican Church
As a faith community, we are on a remarkable journey, travelling light, asking questions, always learning. We value the past and we are open to the future.
As a diverse group of people, we are a warm, open, inclusive, and thinking community.
We are committed to the joy of singing and inspiring music and art, as well as to building community, fostering spirituality, and working for justice.
Our conviction is that God is not a remote despot in the sky, but a loving presence in the world. We discovered that love in and through the life of Jesus of Nazareth and his friends, who subverted religious, social, and political divisions in the name of love. We value human diversity and autonomy.
You are welcome in this place.
The Anglican Parish of Parkside Church
…welcomes you warmly to visit, meet our people, explore our activities, find quiet and peace in the historic building which has been the spiritual home of many for over a hundred years.
Our Service Times
8:15 am Sunday – Said Communion Service
9:45 am Sunday – All Age Communion Service with Choir, Organ or band
Sunday School during school terms
Healing Service the 4th Sunday of the month
Morning Tea is provided to catch up and meet newcomers
All welcome, we are an inclusive Church and are supportive of the Adelaide LGBTIQ community.
News & Events
Three Experiences in Music and Word: We will be running two concerts and one lecture in May. All events free; all welcome.
Join our day-long workshop on writing intercessions. All are welcome to participate.
Our different groups
Children and Youth
Under 30's Group
Book review by the the Revd Dr John Littleton. Michael Trainor, 2021. Acts An Earth Bible Commentary About Earth’s Children: An Ecological Listening to The Acts of the Apostles (London: T&T Clark). Paperback edition. Pages 191. Kindle $45.90; Paperback $72.24;...
Book review by the the Revd Dr John Littleton. Jonathan Sacks, Morality Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times (London: Hodder, 2021). First published by Hodder & Stoughton in 2020. This paperback edition with a new foreword by Justin Welby, Archbishop of...
This sermon was preached at Saint Oswald’s Parkside by the Revd Canon Bill Goodes on Sunday, 17 October, 2021. (Pentecost 21B) Readings: Job 38:1 - 7, 34 - 41 Psalm 104:1 - 10, 26 Hebrews 5:1 - 10 Mark 10:35 - 45 Click here to view the readings in full at the...
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Contact & Visiting Information
St Oswald’s Anglican Church
5 St Ann’s Place Parkside SA 5063
PO Box 22
FULLARTON SA 5063