St Peters
William Street

5pm: first Sunday of each month: Holy Communion service

9am: every Wednesday (excluding school holidays): Bible Study at the Candelo General Store Cafe (contact Rev. Anthony Ph: 6495 3307 or email: if you would like to know more)

Mission Project for St Peters Candelo

Exciting progress continues to unfold with the mission project at St Peters Candelo. A range of community members have expressed they wish to share and engage in the vision and development of St Peters as a space for worship and celebrating the arts, along with other ways to reach out to people seeking to explore matters of spirituality and faith. We have been regularly delighted and encouraged by community members in this area of the Parish who are clearly seeking ways to connect with the church. Our responsibility therefore is to make Jesus accessible to them.

This will be achieved through:

  • The provision of a suitably accessible, flexible space for the community to engage in range of activities and events
  • Providing a welcoming space and forums for exploring matters of life and faith
  • Using liturgy and worship creatively to connect the broader community with the sacramental presence of Christ
  • Being present in the local community, walking alongside them, being a nurturing and loving presence

June 2018 Update:

Monthly services at St Peters have been well received. We have had one baptism and one wedding at St Peters in 2018, with more scheduled. Work on a new toilet block is slated to begin in July 2018, and further work on the church and grounds is planned for the coming months (ie. car-parking, pathways, and drainage). If you have any queries about the proposed plans for St Peters, please contact Rev. Anthony Ph: 6495 3307 or email:

local artists

Tamlyn Magee is just one of the local artists keen to explore opportunities offered by the proposed revitalisation of  St Peters. You can see her performing with her harp in the YouTube clip below.

Don't forget to also check our Photo Gallery page to see Craig Cameron's very popular video art installation at St Peters in 2016.