Connections is about connecting people to build a caring community through activities that bring people together for social events, seminars and to support social justice initiatives. Through these activities, people have the opportunity to get to know one another, to form friendships and participate in meaningful enterprises.

St Mary’s in Exile has a regular program of events including weekend liturgies, Christmas and Easter liturgies, spiritual and meditation retreats, a series of activities in the ‘Connections’ program and special events ranging from book launches and visiting guest speakers to weekends away. The retreats and special events are on hold due to Covid restrictions.

Liturgy of Coffee & Tea Following Sunday 9am Liturgy groups of people meet at various cafe’s to share news and views over coffee and develop friendships. Everyone is welcome to join in. It is an opportunity to get to know one another and to welcome visitors. We hope we may see you there.

Helping Us Connect via Name Badges – Identifying ourselves to others is the first step in making others welcome and building relationships. Name badges are not only helpful for making visitors welcome, they also enable us to introduce tourselves to others.

Visitors Book – Members of our Community are encouraged to request visitors to sign the Visitors’ Book, and indicate if they would like to receive our eBulletin, to include their email address. We have a reputation for being a caring and friendly community, and obtaining contact details of visitors can be an inclusive gesture.

Ukes not Nukes - the group meets on the first Sunday of the month at the TLC building at 3pm. All welcome.