Corner Antill Street & Phillip Avenue Hackett ACT

For over 40 years St Margaretís Church has been a landmark at the crossroads of Dickson, Downer, Hackett and Watson and an open, supportive and loving community for the people of North Canberra.


We belong to the family of churches known as the Uniting Church in Australia, formed in 1977 when the Congregational, Methodist and Presbyterian churches came together.


Our Church predated this spirit of ecumenism by over a decade by coming together with the Anglican Parish of Holy Cross to share the church, hall and grounds on the corner of Antill Street and Phillip Avenue, and on many occasions, Ministers and services. We are proud to remain the only churches in Canberra to continue such an arrangement.


When you come to our church we hope that you will experience our faith in Jesus Christ, our enjoyment of good worship which is based on varied and strong preaching, good music and a growing ministry with children all set within the liberal tradition of the Uniting Church.


We also value highly an engagement with our local community, through the Kids Kaos Sunday School, Megís Toy Box Toy Library,† St. Margaretís Travel Club, our more relaxed monthly family services and Luncheon Group and our partnership with the Stepping Stones Project.


We look forward to you joining us at St Margaretís.

Office: 02 6248 0282†††††††††† Email:

Office hours: Tues, Weds, and Fridays, 9.30am to 12.30††††††† †††††††††††† Twitter @stmargshcktt†††††


Sunday August 24
Rev Bruce Stevens

Sunday August 31
Service followed by 
St. Margaretís AGM
11:30 Small Hall

St. Margaretís News



July 2014



St Margaretís Uniting Church, Hackett, ACT




St. Margaretís AGM Sunday August 31, immediately following service, 11:30 in the Small Hall.



St. Margaretís Travel Club coach tour to Murray Darling Basin CANCELLED.

Places still available for the more intensive mini-bus tour.

See Travel Club Page for details.



Holy Cross Car Boot Sale

Saturday August 30

Contact Chris 6262 5975



Refurbishment of the male toilets commences 22 September for 4 to 5 weeks. The refurbishment will provide disabled facilities and include the relaying of the concrete path under the breezeway


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