We gather together each Sunday, at 9am, to sing songs of praise and thanksgiving, to pray prayers of lament and hope, and to reflect on how we are invited to join God in bringing reconciliation and healing to all people. As we share together in worship, we recognise and celebrate that God is present in each person’s life, and in the world around us, in unique ways. We enjoy creative worship that incorporates a diverse range of music styles, and we celebrate the gift of all ages worshipping together and exploring what it means to follow Jesus. We particularly look forward to special services of celebration in worship throughout the year, such as Easter, Advent, Christmas, Pentecost, and a service to remember our loved ones.
Our worship service continues with fellowship over a cuppa in the hall behind the church.
Especially for kids
We deeply value the gift of children in our midst, and seek to form children in the faith of Christ through active involvement during the weekly worship service, intentional focused kids’ activity times, and conversations with kids about God. Our hope is that children of any age would know that they are loved and that they have unique gifts to offer our church community.
Remembering those who can no longer participate in worship
We deeply value the gift of those who can no longer be present with us in weekly worship. We recognise the isolation that can come when people become house-bound due to health issues. For this reason, our dedicated pastoral care team regularly visit people in their homes to share prayer and communion with them, and keep them informed of what is happening within the life of the congregation.