©2020 St Andrew's Brighton

St Andrew's Brighton Welcomes You

Serving the community since 1842,
St Andrew’s Brighton is a welcoming place of worship and outreach in bayside

Melbourne, Australia.

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Interim Arrangements
during the COVID-19 Pandemic

In light of increased Government advice for us all to #stayathome, unless leaving is absolutely necessary, St Andrew’s is now closed for private prayer, as we believe the Church needs to encourage social distancing.

Social distancing = physical distancing + social solidarity, and this measure has been taken to demonstrate how important physical distancing is in saving lives.

However, this is not a closure of our ministry. 

A wide variety of resources are and will be available online so we encourage you to access these regularly.  

Your spiritual well-being is important to us so please feel free to contact the clergy at any time. 


St Andrew's Brighton
at a glance

A warm welcome to enjoy inspirational Anglican worship.

Normally with Sunday services at 8.30am and 10am. 

Variety of programs for all ages.
Regular world-class music performances. 

The extensive St Andrew's Brighton historic precinct includes spacious gardens, several worship spaces, a hall complex with a commercial kitchen, ample car parking, Tennis ClubOpportunity Shop, a Memorial Garden and Melbourne's oldest churchyard cemetery.

Upcoming Events
Maundy Thursday
Thu, Apr 09
Apr 09, 7:00 PM
On-line Commemoration of the Last Supper.
Good Friday Service
Fri, Apr 10
Apr 10, 10:00 AM
Online service for Good Friday.
Easter Day Service
Sun, Apr 12
Apr 12, 9:00 AM
Online Easter Day Service
Brighton Farmers Market
Sat, Apr 18
St Andrews Brighton
Apr 18, 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
St Andrews Brighton, 228 New Street, Brighton VIC, Australia
Brighton Farmers Market is held on the 3rd Saturday of each month in the grounds St Andrews Brighton. We're bringing you farm fresh fruit and veg and gourmet produce - direct from the producer to you.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we gather. We acknowledge elders past, present and emerging, and pray for the ongoing work of reconciliation.