Good Friday 2024

 City Churches in Action (MCCIA) – Good Friday ‘Ecumenical Way of the Cross’
Stations route beginning 10 am
1. St Francis’ Church, 326 Lonsdale Street, cnr Elizabeth St
2. In the garden of St Francis’ Church, cnr Elizabeth & Little Lonsdale Sts (led by the Welsh Church and St Verena and St Bishoy Coptic Orthodox congregation)
3. CrossCulture Church of Christ, cnr Swanston & Little Lonsdale Sts
4. Wesley Uniting Church, 148 Lonsdale Street
5. St Peter’s Eastern Hill, Cnr Gisborne & Albert Sts
6. St Patrick’s Cathedral, cnr Gisborne & Albert Sts
7. St Patrick’s Cathedral, adjacent the main entrance, Cathedral Place
8. German Lutheran Trinity Church, 22 Parliament Place
9. St Michael’s Uniting Church, 120 Collins Street
10. Scots Church, 156 Collins Street
11. Collins Street Baptist Church, 174 Collins Street
12. St Paul’s Cathedral, Swanston Street entrance (led by Holy Trinity Anglican Church East Melbourne)
13. St Paul’s Cathedral, Flinders Street entrance
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14. Easter Morning: St John’s Southgate, 20 City Road, Southbank (near Arts Centre)
Contact: secretary@mccia.org.au; 0418 996 468

MCCIA 2023 poster

Information from 2023 to be updated for 2024

The Canterbury Council of Churches will host Stations of the Cross, to be held on Good Friday at 12 noon at the Highfield Oval (corner of Highfield and Riversdale Roads, Canterbury). Those gathered walk around the oval stopping for a prayer and Bible reading as the events of Good Friday are re-enacted. This is followed by an Easter Egg hunt for young children. The adults share a hot cross bun. The unaccompanied singing is lead by the local Tongan congregation [Balwyn Road Canterbury, Uniting Church]. 

Ecumenical walk for Good Friday in Yarraville – starting at St Augustine’s (Catholic) on Somerville Road, walking to Pilgrim UC Yarraville, and then to Westgate Baptist Church.