Saturday Service – 6.00pm

  • To attend via zoom, click here (meeting passcode 864207). For tonight’s liturgy, click here
  • To attend on the ground, just come!

Sarah’s Book Launch – Sunday 28 November, 4.00pm

  • To attend via zoom, click here (meeting passcode 864207)
  • To attend on the ground, just come!

On-line Meditation – 5.30pm, Sunday to Friday

  • To attend via zoom, click here (meeting passcode 864207)

Zoom Sandwich – 12.30pm, Wednesday & Friday

  • Join us to share lunch and a chat – click here (meeting passcode 864207)

Supporting Benedictus

Benedictus is a self-supporting community relying entirely on donations to sustain our ministry. If you are able to make a regular or one-off financial contribution by direct debit or via our PayPal account, we would very much value your support:

Direct debit: Benedictus Contemplative Church; BSB 633 000; Account No. 153841135

PayPal payment: click here

Benedictus is a contemplative church seeking an authentic, open-hearted and thoughtful encounter with God. Silent meditation, reflection on Scripture, and celebration are features of our shared life and worship. In the spacious hospitality of prayer and community, we learn to attend more deeply to ourselves and each other, and to the movement and calling of the Spirit in our time.

Benedictus means blessed. To be blessed and a blessing is to join in God’s reconciling love for the world. We welcome all people who are seeking to deepen their spiritual journey.

Weekly Service 6.00 – 7.00pm Saturdays
Daily Meditation Weekdays (except public holidays)                 12.30 – 1.00pm in St Ninian’s church                                             5.30 – 6.00pm on-line meditation, Sunday to Friday 

Location: 150 Brigalow St (in the hall @ St Ninian’s),     Lyneham ACT Australia
E. info@benedictus.com.au

‘Benedictus strikes me as a fresh, refreshing and contemporary manifestation of Christian faith and community for our time. Benedictus brings the depth dimension of contemplative spirituality into the experience of both worship and fellowship … It is not only the church that benefits from this. The social institutions with which the church works in the world are also challenged to live at a level beyond outward appearance and to make compassion and wisdom integral to their vision and way of life’.

– Laurence Freeman OSB, Director,
World Community for Christian Meditation

Upcoming events

Sarah's Book Launch
You are invited to the launch of two new books by Sarah, Sunday 28 November at 4pm - a gathering of community and celebration! Read more

Kaleidoscope - Quiet Afternoons for Children
Our next Kaleidoscope gathering for primary school aged children will be held Sunday 5 December. Inquiries welcome. Read more