|8.00 am||Anglican Holy Communion|
|9.30 am||Family Worship|
Sunday 8am Anglican Holy Communion Service
Full Anglican communion service held weekly. All welcome. Morning tea follows the last Sunday service of each month.
Sunday 9.30 am Family Worship
Family orientated service for all ages. Communion is held twice a month. During this service the children aged 5-18 can attend Connect or Ignite. Morning tea follows the service each week.
Sunday mornings have never been so intriguing! Grab a decent coffee and sit down in an informal setting to discuss, debate and grow your understanding of the Christian faith. The Insight group are guided by church leaders who plan sessions that leave plenty of space for questions and discussions. The Insight group aims to be an environment where a diverse range of theological views ranging from traditional through to progressive can be discussed safely and openly. Sunday mornings 9.30am. *Occasionally Insight combines with the traditional 9.30 service for significant events on the church calendar.
Ignite is our programme for children aged 5-10. We are committed to providing a safe, fun and welcoming space for our children to connect with each other and with God. Children going to Ignite start off in the 9:30am Family Service and head to Ignite after the ‘Young at Heart’ segment of the service. Ignite runs on Sundays during school term times.
Connect is our programme for children aged 11-18. We are committed to providing a safe, meaningful and welcoming space for our older youth to connect with each other and with God. Our goal is to get students connecting in meaningful relationships that will foster spiritual growth and conversation. Connect runs on Sundays during school term times.
Healing Service: On every month which has a fifth Sunday, we hold a Healing Service at 8am and 9.30am.
Progressive Exploration Service
7pm usually on the 1st Sunday of each month. This service is held on the first Sunday of each month and is an exploration of the Christian faith and issues of importance to our time from the perspective of progressive and emerging theology. It allows time for discussion and presents thoughtful comment on the journey of faith in our day. All are welcome.
Below are the Joe Bessler presentations, part of our Progressive Exploration series.
Video One: Six Models of Faith Emerging from the Jesus Seminar:
Video Two: The virtues of a questionable faith:
This is an all-age, fun-filled expression of Christian community outside the traditional Sunday worship – introducing Jesus through celebrating, chilling and chomping. Messy Church is church for families and people of all ages who may not find other forms of church appealing and who don’t yet belong to a church. It is typically held on the 4th Sunday of each month (Feb-Nov), includes hands-on creative experiences, a celebration and a meal. Its aim is to introduce Jesus, to give an opportunity to encounter him and to grow closer to him.