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Places of Worship in Sydney

Sydney is a multicultural city and as such is considered to be interdenominational with respect to religion, that is, people are tolerant and accepting of all beliefs. regardless of your faith you should not have any problems finding an appropriate place of worship. The main religion in Sydney is Christianity. The Anglican, Roman Catholic and Uniting Churches account for the 3 largest denominations. Other Christian denominations include Baptist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Jehovah's Witness and Seventh Day Adventist. While the list below is by no means exhaustive, you will find some handy information about some of the more popular places of worship in Sydney.

  • The Great Synagogue
    166 Castleraegh Street. Services are on Friday evening starting at 5.45p.m. Saturday morning starting at 7a.m and Saturday evening starting at 5p.m.
  • St Marys Cathedral
    Corner of College & St Marys Road. Services daily. Saturday Vigil at 6.00pm, Sunday mass at 7.00am, 9.00am & 10.30am (Solemn Sung Mass) & 6.00pm (Youth Mass).
  • St James
    173 King Street. Services daily and Sunday Services at 7.45am (Said Eucharist), 9.00am (Sung Eucharist) & 11.00am (Choral Eucharist).
  • St Andrew's Cathedral
    Corner of George & Bathurst Streets. Main service begins at 10.30am on Sunday. Asian Bible Church is held at 2pm and Bible Studies are held at various times on Sunday and throughout the week.
  • St Philip's
    3 York Street. Services held at 8.30am (Holy Communion) and 10.00am (Contemporary Service) every Sunday. Services are also held on Wednesday and Thursdays.

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