Updated 4th July 2020
Our 6:30pm service is a relaxed group of people who want to be authentic in connecting to God and each other. When we gather on Sunday nights we sing, read from the Bible, listen to a talk, pray for one another and pray for our world. During school terms we also share together in a light meal after the service in the church hall.
Most of our high schoolers stay for this service after youth group. But you don’t have to be that young to join us.
4:30pm church is a small but growing group of families, couples, and single people who gather weekly to sing, pray, read the Bible, and encourage one another. There's no dress code - come wearing whatever you feel most comfortable in.
This service is very suitable for families with infants and crawlers. Please note that there is no formal Sunday School or Kids Program at this service. Families who want their older children to have a vibrant Sunday experience should attend our 9am service.
After singing together and interacting with a Bible reading we break for tea and coffee. After the break we sing together and then there's a Bible talk. We'd love to get to know you so please drop by.
The 10:30am service brings together dignity and delight. This is our more traditional service and features our wonderful organist Hannah Lee.
Each week we gather to worship God and hear from him in the Bible. We love singing the classic hymns that have been such a blessing to so many generations and we love to hear God's Word proclaimed and applied to our lives. If you appreciate church being a little more formal, but you also appreciate true gospel friendship, then you're sure to find yourself at home with us. We'd love you to join us this coming Sunday.
9:00am church is an energetic group of diverse people – diverse ages, diverse language backgrounds, diverse family types. Everyone is welcome!
The first 20 minutes or so of each Sunday is geared towards children and adults singing, praying and learning together. Then, children aged 2 to 12 move to the hall for their own teaching program, while the adults sing some more, listen to a Bible talk and pray together. (During school holidays children remain in church with activity sheets).
Adults and children meet up again for morning tea in the church hall just after 10am. There's no dress code - come in whatever you feel most comfortable in. And we really don’t mind if your children act like children or your baby cries.