St. Mary’s Jacobite Syrian
Every Sunday- Prayer: 4.00PM
Holy Qurbana: 4.30PM
Bible Verse of the Day
History of our Church
The life of St. Mary’s Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church at Frankston, Melbourne started with a group of Jacobite Syrian Christian faithful who have migrated from Kerala, India.
As an Australian Diaspora community of the Jacobite Syriac Christians, this church is an integral part of the Universal Syriac Orthodox Church, which is headed by H.H. Ignatius Aprem II, the Patriarch of the Antioch and all the East.
The St. Mary’s family began its spiritual voyage on 29th December 2009 as a ‘prayer assembly’ of believers who resided at the South-East part of Melbourne city.
You are most welcome to send your contributions to the following bank details. Kindly specify your intension of donation (Eg. Charity, Church building fund, Alter/ Sacramental or Parish Materials, Scholarships, Marriage fund for the poor etc.)
We assure you that the money specified would go to the same category of expense and which will be duly informed to you within 15 days.
Charities We Support
Cancer Research Giving Day https://fundraising.cancervic.org.au/cancer-research-giving-day
Ovarian Cancer Australia : https://www.ovariancancer.net.au/page/156/teal-ribbon-day#:~:text=Teal%20Ribbon%20Day%20is%20held,the%20story%20for%20future%20generations.
Account name: St. Mary’s Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church Inc.
BSB No: 083214
A/c No: 166652607
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