All Saints

Anglican Church in Selby

Sung Eucharist every Sunday at 10.30am


We are a small, varied and vigorous group of Anglican Christians. The centre and soul of our life together is our weekly celebration of the Eucharist (Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, Mass).  We take the Bible seriously, interpreting it through ancient tradition and modern scholarship. Our faith is in the person of Christ. We believe that in him God took our human nature in order that we might participate in his divine life.

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We value our involvement with our local community, learning, the arts and the physical environment.

Our concerns include the poverty in which so many people live, the plight of refugees and the homeless,  the perils faced by the natural environment and presenting the Faith in a form that is both faithful to the deep traditions, and credible and attractive.  

We are a real mixture of ages and occupations, including tradespeople, university academics, teachers, nurses, students and retired folk.  


There is a Holy Communion service every Sunday morning and, except during Lent and Advent, it is a sung service. The organ is a Johannes electronic organ, Dutch-built on the principles of a pipe organ. The organist is Julie Dunlop, B.Mus.

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At Christmas there is a carol service with readings telling the Christmas story interspersed with carols for congregation and choir.

Music usually plays a big part in any of our events or festivals.


Church Hall

The hall has a kitchen with stove, microwave and urn and there are toilet facilities. It is used for morning tea after service, for meetings and study groups.

It is also available for hire under certain conditions stipulated by Diocese. These include:

  • Private functions only i.e. not open to the general public
  • Non-commercial, non-political, no smoking
  • Hirer to take out public liability insurance (through us, if preferred)
  • Hiring fee is variable, according to numbers, activity etc.

If you are interested in hiring the hall for your function or group contact Christine Gray (please see contact page). We are keen that the hall be used as a resource for the community.


In the church hall there is a small lending library of books on religious subjects and, during Lent a study program is provided.

Memorial Garden

The memorial garden is a final resting place for the ashes of the dead. It is a sign that the souls of those who have died are in the peace and love of God and that the church consists not only of those of us alive at this time but those whose earthly life is over.

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All Christians in the parish and those with a strong connection with Selby or this church may have the ashes of a loved one buried in the garden. There is a fee to be paid at the time of interment. There are no subsequent fees and interment is in perpetuity.

In accordance with the regulations of the Diocese of Melbourne, ashes are buried directly into the earth with no container. No plaque or gravestone is permitted but a memorial book kept in the church records the name and date of death of all whose remains lie in the garden. Prayers are said for their souls on the Sunday closest to their days of death and on All Souls Day (November the second).

To enquire about an interment in the garden please contact the priest.