Take a look at some of the things you can be involved in.
See what's happening at the new Gordon Community Centre; a joint venture between us and Anglicare.
Find help and healing after separation or divorce. DivorceCare runs on Wednesday nights in the Gordon Community Centre.
Get times and locations so you can visit us at either of our two regular Sunday services. Anybody is welcome.
See how we are making a difference at Charles Conder Primary School through the Kids Hope Aus program.
Lanyon Youth is for anyone in year 6 to 12, and meets at Gordon Primary every Friday night during school term.
Register your primary age child for our fun, affordable school holiday program.
Make use of our emergency food program offering free non-perishable groceries to those in need.
Learn English and meet new people in a relaxed setting with friendly teachers.
Each Christmas we collect and send gifts to kids overseas through Operation Christmas Child.
Lanyon Valley Anglican Church was founded in 2006 by a group of about 40 people. We now have over 200 people meeting regularly, basically because knowing Jesus continues to make a real difference in people's lives. We love Lanyon and are constantly looking for ways to make positive contributions to our community.
In reality, much of what we do is done by volunteers, who freely give their time and energy.
But our staff provide valuable leadership and direction.
The best way to understand what our church is like is to come and see for yourself.
But if we had to boil it down to some core values, they would be:
We value reading and teaching God’s word, the Bible. It's not just a book; it is the living, active word of God that shapes and transforms our lives.
We value loving service. We desire to display our discipleship to Jesus through the things we do for each other and with each other.
We value worship as the best and right response to God. The first aspect of our attitude toward God is to glorify him for his loving goodness and faithfulness.
We value the clear proclamation of the lordship of Jesus. We are convinced that the good news of Jesus’ victory over sin and death ought to be announced as God’s core message to his world.
We value prayer, as an expression of dependence on God. The second aspect of our attitude toward God is the reliance on him for everything we need, expressed in prayer.
It would make our day to hear from you. There's nothing quite like a personal connection.
We have an office at the Gordon Community Centre, 110 Lewis Luxton Avenue (opposite the IGA).
Call us during business hours on
02 6294 9756.
Send a message through the tubes to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will usually reply within 24 hours.
We're active on Facebook, so you can connect with us there if you like.
Go old school and send us some paper to PO Box 6231, CONDER ACT 2906.