Pastoral Visitors Team

A team of trained parishioners who, by arrangement, visit, take communion to those in hospital or at home and undertake other pastoral duties in consultation with the clergy. Team members are expected to meet the requirements of the ‘Safer Ministry Program’ of the Diocese of Adelaide which includes a National Police Clearance Certificate. While the team tries to keep up with the needs of the community, please contact the Cathedral office if you are aware of anyone who is in need and may appreciate a visit.

Prison Ministy

Kairos is a program conduced in prisoner groups of prisoners.  The program is designed to challenge each participants attitudes and to encourage change, by focusing on their beliefs about themselves, others, the world and God.   Prison Chaplains invite prisoners to attend a 3 1/2 day course in Christianity.  During the course groups of prisoners and volunteer team members from ‘families’.  Participants experience acceptance and God’s love and forgiveness.  rusting relationships develop.

Each week team members are rostered to return to the prison to be part of the ‘Journey Program’, an on-going program of encouragement friendship and faith development.

Lives are being changed, people made whole and families given hope.  You are invited to serve with Kairos.  There are many ways you can make a difference.  Be art of this vital work and help transform lives.

Magdalene Centre

The Cathedral, and St Mary Magdalene’s, Moore Street, are partners with Anglicare in its outreach to the marginalised through the Magdalene Centre Emergency Relief Program and Bargain Centre. Donations of food and other goods are collected at services each Sunday for distribution through the Centre. Members of the Cathedral community also serve as volunteers in the daily work of the Centre.

Saturday Night Meals at St Mary Magdalene’s: Volunteers from the Cathedral attend St Mary Magdalene’s Church (Moore Street, Adelaide) twice a year to prepare and serve meals to the homeless of Adelaide. Parishioners can assist by providing food, money and/or by being prepared to attend and assist with the work.

Play Group

Play Group meets on Tuesday morning and offers children a fun and constructive time together in a safe environment. While the parents supervise the children they also have time for a coffee and chat. The group meets on Tuesdays (during term times) between 10 am and 12 noon in the Cynthia Poulton Hall. Special activities and outings are organised during school holidays.

Faith in the Public Square