Sunday meetings streaming at 9.30am AEST
All are welcome

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Parking

As you drive in, our parking attendants will show you to an available parking space and direct you to the closest entrance to the church Auditorium.

If you require wheelchair access or additional assistance, please turn left into the first parking and entrance area. There is also a ramp on the western side of the Auditorium, behind the Conference Centre, to provide easy access for families with prams.

The communion word

We gather for the Communion word from 9:30am ā€“ 10:45am. We begin with a short time of singing to express our love, thanks and devotion to God. We then listen and receive the word of God, prepared by various speakers who have been appointed by the presbytery to deliver the crafted word of God for the day.

From 9:45am ā€“ 10:45am, there are classes for children and teenagers held in the Conference Centre while adults remain in the Auditorium for the Communion word.

Fellowship and refreshment

From 10:45am - 11:15am, we meet outside to have some 'bring your own' refreshments. If you have not brought any of your own, please introduce yourself to someone nearby, who will be happy to share with you.

Communion and the ministry of the Spirit

We gather together again in the Auditorium from 11:15am - 12:30pm for Communion and the ministry of the Spirit with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs. This is also a time for specific gifts of the Spirit, including exhortation, words of knowledge, prophecy and encouragement.

The high point of our week is our participation together in the Communion table. Everyone who believes in Christ is welcome to share Communion with us.

We then conclude our meeting with announcements regarding our upcoming programs. A completely voluntary offering is collected, to help cover the running expenses of the service.

Hearing assistance

There is a hearing aid loop in the middle right section of the auditorium. For assistance, please ask one of the ushers wearing a navy vest.

Mother's room

There is a mothers' room available through the upper right doors, with areas for feeding and changing. If you need assistance, please speak to one of the ushers wearing a navy vest.

Need help?

We'd love to meet you, please introduce yourself. Let us know what we can do to care for you while you're here. Our door hosts and ushers wear navy vests and often the first point of contact, when you arive and are happy to answer any questions you have.