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Our Church and its new development

​Mordialloc Moorings Newsletter 14th July   <<here>>

For more news from Fr Ron, look at the "From the Vicar" Page <<here>>

You can view The Melbourne Anglican (TMA) July Edition <<here>>

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Have you heard of Mordi Pantry? A Community project with the aim of reducing waste.

“Giving what you can, Taking what you need”.


We have a cabinet offering locally sourced bread and produce, from local bakeries and food outlets.

<<contact us for more more info>>

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Would you like to donate to the wider works of St Nicholas? just scan the QR Code above.

 Our next Messy Church will be held on Sunday 28th July 4 - 6pm

The theme is:

The Olympics “Running the Race”


Activities, starting at 4pm include:  Obstacle Course, Prayer Relay, Keeping in Shape, Food Medals.

Our reflection, linking in the activities that were done, will be led by Fr Ron with interactive play and song.


Join us in a shared meal (around 5.15pm) of fried rice and tacos 


Messy Church runs on the

4th Sunday of the Month.

Activities start at 4pm, a meal is shared together around 5.15pm, with the evening concuding at 6pm 


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Who are we?

​We are an inclusive and welcoming Anglican c​​hurch, situated in the heart of our local community.

At St Nicholas', we strive to follow the example of Jesus in the way he lived, expressing and practicing the compassion and all-encompassing love God has for the world.

St Nicholas' parish encompasses Mordialloc, Aspendale, Aspendale Gardens and Edithvale.


We gather for worship on the traditional lands of the Boon Wurrong peoples who, from time immemorial, have cared for the land on which we meet.  We pay our respects to Boon Wurrong elders, past and present, and to all First Nations people.

The Anglican Church of Australia within the Diocese of Melbourne, is committed to child safe practice. The care, the safety and the welfare of children are embedded in policies and practices which are intended to reflect a commitment to zero tolerance of child abuse.  Please visit Children & Family Page for more information.

Our worship is joyful and reverent in the Anglican tradition. We meet​ every Sunday at 9:15am for Holy Eucharist. This service includes Sunday School for children every Sunday (except school holidays) and is followed by morning tea fellowship.  Messy Church, an all-age, informal and fun way of doing Church that is particularly suited to families with children, is held on the fourth Sunday of the month (excepting December and January) from 4.00 - 6.00 pm. Click here for more info.


Messy Church is a way of being church for all ages, involving experiences and fun. It does not prioritise either the needs of children or adults, but intentionally welcomes and provides for all ages. It is particularly fitting for families who may not find other forms of church appealing.

Childrens Activities are available in the Children/Family area of our Church  There is always someone on hand to help out.

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