Contemplative Eucharist – online

Eucharist (in some churches called The Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, the Mass, or the Divine Liturgy) enacts the weaving together of the Divine and the human, and of each of us into a sacred community.

The Eucharist is a mystery, endlessly generative of sacred meaning.

Each time we gather, we offer ourselves, our words, our love for each other, we listen, we pray out loud and in silence and we welcome the Presence as deeply as we’re able.


Make sure you download and read both.

Read this one as soon as you can and decide what you’re going to do. Some suggestions are for earlier in the day to get ready.

You need this to read from during the service, so either print it out or organise a quiet device to read from.

Join the service using Zoom

Join the Zoom call using this link: or simply click the yellow button:

How to join a Zoom call

Please try to make sure you have headphones with a microphone so any noise in your environment is kept to a minimum. If you can’t, then stay in muted mode unless you’re speaking. You can also turn your video off (use the camera button) if it’s more comfortable.

To join in, you need to have Zoom installed

  • The Zoom web browser client will download automatically when you start or join your first Zoom meeting, so join a little earlier to give yourself time to install it.
  • You can also manually download the Zoom Client for Meetings or a mobile app here:

You can also connect by voice by dialling into one of the following numbers and using your Meeting ID (see above):

+61 3 7018 2005 Australia
+61 8 7150 1149 Australia
+61 2 8015 6011 Australia
+64 9 884 6780 New Zealand
+64 4 886 0026 New Zealand
(dial-in numbers for other countries)

This help article spells out how to download Zoom and join a call – if you’re unsure how to use it, take a look before the first call.