Welcome to

The Anglican Parish of Lockleys

The Church of St. Richard of Chichester

Rev Sue

St. Richard of Chichester Anglican Church is a welcoming worship community situated in the vibrant, multi-cultural, western suburbs of Adelaide. We embrace cultural diversity and welcome those who wish to learn more about the Christian faith. Join us in worship, prayer and the many activities we offer.

All Souls Service

Looking for a peaceful place to remember your departed loved ones?

5pm Friday, November 5th

Rev Sue Burgess with Holy Communion and the blessing of healing sacred music from the Quire St Nicolas

Please join us for this quiet time of reflection and honouring

Rev Samson
Rev Gethzi

Our Mission Statement

To share our message of hope, the Good News of Jesus Christ, with those who seek to know the love of God.

Our Mission Plan

Through prayer, facilitate the leading of the Holy Spirit in all that we do.

Kaurna acknowledgement

St. Richard’s recognises that we meet on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people.
We express our gratitude in the sharing of this land,
Our sorrow for the personal, spiritual and cultural costs of that sharing,
And our hope that we may walk together in harmony in the spirit of Reconciliation.

Artist: the Reverend Glenn Loughrey, a proud Wiradjuri man

Makarrata Matters

We acknowledge that as a church, we have often been blind to the perspective and wisdom of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Makarrata is a Yolgnu word for ‘coming together after a struggle’.

Click here for information about Aboriginal leaders, events and resources that can help us listen and learn.

Updated 17 July 2021

Trading Post

Friday, 19 November, 9am – 2pm
Saturday, 20 November, 9am – 2pm

Service times
Sunday 8.30 a.m.
Sunday 10 a.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m.

Emmanuel Tamil Church Community
Sunday 3.30 p.m.

1 May Tce.
Brooklyn Park, SA 5032
Corner of May Terrace and Henley Beach Road, Brooklyn Park, (approx. 7 kms. from Adelaide’s CBD).

Email: lockleysparish@gmail.com

Telephone (08) 8351 8280

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Policy and procedures in place are in accordance with SA Government regulations and the Anglican Diocese of Adelaide policies.