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Moranbah Anglican Church is an evangelical parish in the Diocese of Central Queensland.  We worship together at Sunday at 9am.  Our service runs until approximately 10am and is followed by morning tea in the hall.  Twice a term we hold Messy Church services, which are fun mixture of music, movement, craft, drama, and more as an interactive introduction to church to children or the young at heart.  Keep an eye on our homepage or Facebook page for details.

In addition to our worship services, our parish runs an op-shop in Bacon Lane that stocks quality clothing, homewares, and books.  We also host a morning tea for preschool aged children on Wednesday mornings during term time. 

We believe that Jesus of Nazareth has been made Lord and King of the whole world, that his death and resurrection achieves forgiveness of sins and reconciliation with God, and that all who trust in this message are called to a life of radical love for God and our neighbours.  We are committed to sharing this message and inviting everyone to join us in the community of faith.

We believe that the Bible is God's Word, that through it God speaks directly to us, and that it is the infallible guide for our faith.

Our worship is a mixture of the old and the new.  At our Sunday service we will typically sing a mixture of contemporary songs and hymns, read from both the Old and New Testament, hear God's Word explained so we can understand and apply it, and pray for our world and our community.  We have a Holy Communion on the first Sunday of every month at which everyone is welcome to participate.

We are a church that welcomes everyone, particularly families with young children.  We're not a church that views children as a "disruption" or "distraction" from worship, but as Jesus taught us - the ones to whom the Kingdom of Heaven belong.  Our Sunday School program runs in school term time during our Sunday service.

We are a church with a lot going on.  See our "Ministries" page for more details.



In December 2023 we said farewell to the Collings family, who had been serving in our parish with the support of Bush Church Aid since 2017.

While we wait for God to send us a new pastor we have several lay leaders who will be stepping up to run services with the support of occasional clergy who will visit from Rockhampton.

Please be in prayer for our parish, Bush Church Aid, and Bishop Peter as we begin the search for a new minister for our church.

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