Join us for our Christmas celebrations. All welcome!
Family Carols Service – 7:30pm at Scots-Memorial
9:00am at Hobart North. “God pitched his tent among us”
9:30am at Wesley
12 noon lunch with the Choir of High Hopes, at the Scots-Memorial G. A. Wood hall.
Office Hours over Christmas / New Year
Hobart North – open normal hours except public holidays
Wesley – open normal hours except public holidays
Scots-Memorial – Closed from 2:30pm Christmas Eve to 7:30am Monday 4th January
Wesley Chapel 175th Anniversary Hymn Fest October 25th 2015 2pm
You are invited to celebrate Wesley Chapel’s
175th Hymn Fest Anniversary
Featuring Hobart Orpheus Choir , Tasmanian Chorale and Tasmanian Song Company
October 25th 2015 2pm
Open sing along and viewing of artefacts pertaining to Wesley’s 195 years of worship in Hobart is welcome prior to the 2pm formal start
Shared Afternoon Tea to follow in Wesley Hall
Hobart North Uniting Church is pleased to announce that Rev Jeff Savage has accepted a call to be the Minister of the Word at Hobart North, commencing in January 2016. Jeff and his family will come to us from Western Australia.
ANZAC Wesley Honor Board
Heritage Month Tasmania
May 17th 2015 1-3pm
Wesley Church 56 Melville St
Come and visit Wesley Church as part of Heritage Tasmania Week to see what.
WW1 Honor Boards, Pew Carvings and Stain Glass Windows all have in common.
Come and read about the names listed on our Honor Boards
Perhaps you are a relative or know one of the families
Find out who they are and what their story is in relation to WW1 and Wesley
For more information phone 6231 4033
Former Congregational Church building and site of Colony 47 on Davey Street (centre) looking across from St David’s Park, Hobart, Tasmania.
CITY SANCTUARIES is a community heritage project, presently being undertaken by Wesley Hobart Museum and Arts Tasmania to foster public appreciation of Hobart’s significant and diverse urban sanctuaries and its spiritual landscape.
Having an interfaith and broad public focus, City Sanctuaries is working to identify common ground that is able to support and nurture a shared appreciation of the different and distinctive features of the city’s sanctuary places.
What do we mean by city sanctuary?
We use the term “city sanctuary” to refer to urban places where sacred forms are given expression in ways (e.g. through art, architecture, word, ritual and mundane practices) that are conserved, remembered and made accessible to city inhabitants and their visitors.
Yet sanctuary is appreciated not only as place but also as welcoming, revitalizing and neighbourly relationship.