Anglican Diocese of Armidale

The Anglican Diocese of Armidale exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus and helping them home to heaven.


COVID-19 Resources

Welcome to the centre for all information about our churches and the resources being made available in the face of the restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the suspension of public gatherings for the time being, our churches are committed to continuing to introduce people to Jesus and to help them home to heaven. Below is a special message from Bishop Rick Lewers. The lists that follows the video will be updated as more ministry initiatives become available.


Armidale - St. Mark's Chapel UNE  Livestreaming 9:30 am, 4:00 pm & 6:30 pm

Armidale - St. Peter's Cathedral  Daily Devotion and Sunday sermon available through their YouTube channel

Glen Innes - Holy Trinity Glen Innes  Sermons available through their YouTube channel

Inverell - St. Augustine's Inverell  Services available through their YouTube channel

Moree - All Saints Moree   Services and children's programme available through their YouTube channel.

Narrabri - Narrabri Anglican Church  Daily observation/devotion, a video-sermon, a PDF of the sermon, a Youtube song list, a short service outline, and a kids’ activity sheet, all connected with the sermon series.

Oxley Vale - Anglican Community Church  Services available through Zoom (meeting id 984875808) , 10 am Sundays

Tamworth - St. Paul's West Tamworth   Livestreaming 10 am and 6 pm Sundays. Sermons and other encouragements available from the website.

Tamworth - St. Peter's South Tamworth  Livestreaming 10 am Sundays; Last week's service available at any time

Tenterfield - Tenterfield Anglican  Sermons available through their YouTube channel


An Australian Prayer Book   © Anglican Church of Australia Trust Corporation, 2011. Reproduced with permission. To be used for personal use only

The Book of Common Prayer

Sermons by Bishop Rick Lewers

Sydney Diocese COVID-19 Resources

Sydney Diocese - Safe Ministry in an Online Environment