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Annual Canterbury College St John's Cathedral City Service

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What: Annual Canterbury College St John's Cathedral City Service.

When: 10:30am – 11:45am, Tuesday 30 January 2024.

This major event is being held much earlier this year to incorporate the inaugural Senior Ties and Year 7 House Badges Presentation Ceremonies as part of this important service.

As this is a special occasion, parents, carers and families are invited to join this event with the RSVP booking weblink below…

Students & Staff College Departures: From 8:30am (approx.) By Bus.

  • Years 5-6 Junior School Students: To meet & depart from the Junior School bus bays via High Road.
  • Years 8-12 Senior School Students: To meet & depart from the Senior/Secondary School bus bays via Old Logan Village Road.
  • Year 7 Students: To meet & depart on an earlier bus leaving at 8:30am SHARP from the Senior/Secondary School bus bays via Old Logan Village Road.
    Please ensure all Year 7 students are on campus in time for this earlier strict departure time.

Students & Staff College Returns: From 12:15pm (approx.) By Bus.

Students will then have Lesson 4, Lunch Break and Lesson 5.

Where: St John's Anglican Cathedral - 373 Ann Street, Brisbane CBD.

Who: For ALL Canterbury College Years 5 – 12 Students | All Associated Teaching & Executive Staff | Parents, Carers & Families MOST WELCOME.

Parents, Carers & Families: Please be seated by 10:15am and allow ample time for CBD parking beforehand – thank you!

Parking: Cathedral Square PAID Carpark – Corner Ann & Wharf Streets, Brisbane CBD | Book Online Early For Parking Discounts – Cathedral Square, Brisbane City Car Park | Secure Parking

Parents, Carers & Families ONLY RSVPs: Please RSVP your attendance, with the names of each attendee, BEFORE 11:59pm THIS Sunday 28 January 2024 using the 'Get Tickets' button on this webpage.

Hosts: College Chaplain Father Dan Talbot & Canterbury Executive Leadership Team.

Dress Code: Students are required to wear their full formal Summer Uniform and formal hats – all presented to a high personal grooming standard.

Canterbury Policies around uniform, behaviour and mobile phones apply in full.

Staff, Parents, Carers & Families are expected to be dressed to a high standard for this formal ceremony.

To Bring: Students will have their Morning Tea break upon arrival, so all food needs to be in disposable packaging, as students will not be permitted to bring their school bags with them.

Students are allowed to bring a water bottle into the service.

Note: During the lead-up period, students will receive etiquette guidance around attending a cathedral service, as in some instances, this will be a unique and first-time experience.

If students would like to partake in communion during this service, please email our College Chaplain Father Dan Talbot, to confirm their eligibility BEFORE 11:59pm THIS Sunday 28 January 2024 -

We look forward to sharing this special service in the spiritual home of the school with our Years 5 – 12 students and their families...

Contact: Your Junior School OR Senior/Secondary School Admin Office OR Your Head Of House.

Junior School - 07 3299 0847 |

Senior School - 07 3299 0843 |

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