Our Easter services for 2019 are 10am Good Friday and 10am Easter Day. Come and join us to celebrate the most significant event in world history!
Regular Sunday Services
8:30am Traditional Service
A lively Anglican prayer book service with Holy Communion. We hear from the Bible and sing traditional hymns. The minister wears robes and all words and music are on an overhead screen. We join together for morning tea after the service. All welcome!
10:30am Family Service
A welcoming contemporary service catering for everyone including children. We hear from the Bible and sing modern worship music. The minister does not wear robes, and all parts of the service are on an overhead screen. We share communion together most weeks except the first Sunday of the month when we have service of praise, prayer and proclamation. Before church we share morning tea together at 10am, and people often stay to chat after the service as well. You are welcome to come any Sunday – we would love to meet you.
During school term time the 10:30 service has a children’s program called Kids’ Church for preschool and primary aged children. We also have a kids space with activities in the main part of the church. We encourage kids to be themselves and join in at church. However if parents feel they need some separate space, a Parents’ room is available.
5th Sunday of the Month: 10:30am Combined Service
On 5th Sundays we hold one combined service at 10:30am and bring a plate of food for a shared lunch at midday.
9:30am Christmas Day
Our Christmas service is an all-age service with Christmas carols, kids activities and a message about the amazing news of the birth of Jesus. Please join us!
6:00pm Ash Wednesday
A brief reflective service to mark the beginning of Lent, including the imposition of ashes for those who would like it.
10:00am Good Friday
An encouraging service for all ages reflecting on the life we can have because of Jesus’ death on the cross for us.
10:00am Easter Day
The biggest celebration of the Christian year, this is an all-age service where we praise God for the resurrection of Jesus. (And probably have an Easter-egg hunt too.)