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The heart of our life together at St Martins is when we gather Sunday by Sunday, to meet with God through His word, to pray for each other and the world, and to share our lives over a coffee afterwards. 

Evensong for Pentecost Sunday

19 May at 4pm at St Martins

Speaker: Rev'd Dr Roger Chilton

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8.00am Communion

Classic Anglican Communion service with hymns on the organ, with choir on first Sunday of the month

10.15am Morning church with kids & youth programmes at 110a Tryon Road, East Lindfield. (No 10am service at St Martins)
For all ages with an enjoyable contemporary feel, a blend of good music and with fun, engaging, disciple-making kids programmes.  

10.30am Chinese church (Philadelphia) in Cantonese & Mandarin in Church and livestream. 我们的崇拜和活动均使用粤语和国语(普通话)双语进行,教会的宗旨是:团结基督教友,《作主门徒、领人归主》。教會每週活動時間表(觀看)

Wednesday 10.00am A BCP Communion service followed by morning tea at the East Killara cafe.

We also conduct a service at Killara Gardens and Lindfield Gardens once a month.

frequently asked questions

How long is the service? Each Sunday service normally goes for 60-70 minutes.

What happens in church? Every week at St Martins services we sing, pray, hear the bible and a sermon, we regularly share in the Lord’ Supper and enjoy catching up with friends.  Please feel free to come in, observe and listen.

What about kids? On Sundays at 10am and 11.45am church, your kids and youth will be well looked after by our trained staff and volunteers.

I'm not a Christian, am I welcome? Yes absolutely, everyone is welcome and we'd love to help you to explore Christianity.

What should I wear? Please come as you are. We want you to feel comfortable and church is about the people you're with, not the clothes you're wearing.

How do I get there?  St. Martins is about 200m from Killara railway station, on the eastern side of the North Shore line.  If travelling by train, alight at Killara station, go to the eastern side (Werona Avenue), turn right (towards the City) and walk down the hill to Arnold Street.   Turn left into Arnold Street and you will see St. Martin's, opposite the tennis courts. Plan you trip at

Parking is easiest on Arnold Street or if in Springdale Road, enter the church grounds via the driveway for No. 14.

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The church is fitted with a hearing loop. Switch your hearing aid to ‘T-coil’ setting.

There are two Disability Parking spaces next to the driveway from Arnold Street, near the Anglicare clothing bins, and one next to the Youth Centre, at the rear of the church building and hall.

Wheelchair access to the Church building and columbarium (memorial wall)  is via the pathways on the left of the church building.  Use the Arnold Street footpath to reach these paths from the front Disability Parking spaces via the front gate in front of the church building.

The Chapel doors are open for all services to allow easy access to the church building.

Wheelchair access to the Kindergarten Hall and Youth Centre is via the driveway from Arnold Street.  Either drive to the Youth Centre, where there is a Disability Parking space, or wheel up the driveway from the Arnold Street Disability Parking spaces. Caution!  If going by wheelchair:  Much of this route is over gravel, and beware of vehicles when in the narrow section along the side of the Parish Hall.

There is wheelchair access to the parish hall with a drop off space adjacent to the hall.