Holy Eucharist (English and Assyrian)
The central worship service held each Sunday. The oblation is a service offered up by the clergy to heaven, through material elements, in hope of forgiveness of sins and of an answer to prayer.
Listed below are the locations for the offering of the Holy Eucharist by various clergyman:
– St Hurmizd Cathedral (Assyrian) by Reverend Chor-Bishop Ashoor Lazar at 8:30 AM
– St Mary Church (Assyrian) by Reverend Kiwarkis Atto at 8:30 AM
– St George Parish (Assyrian) by Reverend Younan Dawod at 9 AM
– Ss Peter and Paul Parish (English) by Reverend Ninos Elya at 9AM
Sunday School (Assyrian)
These are small classes designed to develop and nurture the young kids to have a basic knowledge of God and to prepare them for the central worship service held each Sunday. Held in the Assyrian language at St Hurmizd’s Assyrian Primary School classes.
Sunday School (English)
These are small classes designed to develop and nurture the young kids to have a basic knowledge of God and to prepare them for the central worship service held each Sunday. Held in the English language at St Mary’s Hall.
Radio broadcasting program
Listen to our weekly radio program in Assyrian and English that includes Bible discussions, interviews and talkback. This is held on monday nights on 89.3 2GLF FM.
Bible Studies (English)
The collective group study of the Holy Bible including discussions, questions, activities and fellowship. Held in English language on Wednesdays at St Hurmizd’s Assyrian Primary School at 7:00 pm.
Bible Studies (Assyrian)
The collective group study of the Holy Bible including discussions, questions, activities and fellowship. Held in Assyrian language on Sundays at St Hurmizd’s Assyrian Primary School at 6:00 pm..
Preaching and Fellowship nights
Weekly preaching in English on Friday at St Mary’s Church at 8:00 pm. Preaching is followed by fellowship that sometimes includes refreshments, activities and entertatinment.
The Church in Australia has continuously endeavoured to implement new strategies for the attraction of its youth, involving them in fields such as, religion, education and social activities. Youth Group meetings are held on Sundays at 6:00 pm at St Hurmizd’s Assyrian Primary School` where an hour bible study is held followed by fellowship with refreshments.
This organisation conducts various activities such as excursions, tours, English and Assyrian classes, workshops, etc, spending quite joyous moments with members of their community. Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 10:00 am at Edessa Reception.
The womens ministry is currently still developing but includes fortnightly bible studies.
Assyrian Cultural House – NZ
The ACH operates under the umbrella of the Assyrian Church of the East to provide classes to the Assyrian Community in Auckland, New Zealand where they teach the Assyrian Language and Christian teachings.