Welcome to Emu Plains Anglican Church!

Whether you’ve just arrived in the Penrith / Lower Mountains area or you’ve lived here for a while, we’re glad you’ve found us and hope that we can help you to know Jesus and enjoy life with him.


OUR NEXT WELCOME EVENT:

Newish Lunch
July 22nd 2018
11:45am-1:30pm

We'd love to have you along for lunch and share with you a bit about what we're passionate about, and how you can find your place here at Emu Plains Anglican.


New to Christianity

The person at the very heart of Christianity is Jesus and to be a Christian is to know Jesus personally. If you’re new to Christianity or would simply like to examine the claims of Jesus afresh, our Christianity Explored courses are an ideal way to take a closer look at Jesus and to explore what life is all about. Courses run four times a year.

Sundays

Sundays are a key part of life at Emu Plains Anglican as we come together at 8am9:30am or 6.30pm to praise God and to listen to what he has to say to us through the Bible. Everyone is welcome, and our Sundays FAQ page may answer any questions you have.

Midweek

Following Jesus isn’t just for Sundays! Whatever the day of the week, we want everyone to be able to hear the Bible taught and get to know and love Jesus. So whether you are an adult, high schooler, primary schooler or young child, you will find regular midweek activities designed with you in mind. And for special events, see our Events Calendar.

If you’d like to come and visit – let us know!

You’re very welcome to just come along to one of our Sunday Church services, or to our midweek children’s & youth activities - there's no need to book or anything like that. But if you'd like to you can give us a heads-up that you will be coming so we can make sure we look out for you! You can let us know you’re coming using this form.


We love having new people come and spend time with us at Emu Plains Anglican Church - there’s never a bad time to come and check out how you could be a part of our church. I look forward to meeting you sometime!
— Roger Cunningham, Senior Minister