Worship services take a variety of forms and we hope to provide opportunities for people of all ages and temperaments to meet with God in transforming worship. Below you will find an overview of the styles and frequency of our worship services. More details of all services for the coming week can be found in the weekly Church News Sheet. Services planned for the coming weeks can found on the Worship Calendar.
8:30 am – Traditional Worship
More formal and liturgical in style using metrical hymns accompanied by the organ. It is a weekly service with communion once a month.
10:30 am – Worship for All
This service is a blend of contemporary and traditional, using multi-media content and a variety of music and musicians. It takes place alongside crèche, Sparklers, Rock It, and Cell.
10:30 am – All Age Worship
This is worship appropriate for all ages together and takes place about once a month, including some special Sundays. All children and teenagers join with the adult congregation for the entire service.
6:30 pm – Evening Worship
A traditional evening service takes place once or twice a month.
6:30 pm – Spirit Space
Contemplative worship incorporating silence and music in the Taize tradition. It takes place four times a year.
6:30 pm – Inspire
This is contemporary informal worship in song, prayer and testimony which takes place once a month. The music for the entire service is led by a worship band.
9:00 am – Ecumenical Prayers
Held weekly in one of the local churches.
10:00 am – Midweek Service
A half hour reflective service in the middle of each week.
10:00 am – Shake, Rattle & Praise
Fun worship in the church for all pre-schoolers and their Mum, Dad or carer – once a month.
10:00 am – OASIS
A time of quiet music, readings, reflections with words and silence. Space and time in the beauty and peace of the church sanctuary. Held on the first Friday of each month.
Communion is part of each Sunday service and the Wednesday service about once a month. We invite all who seek to love Jesus Christ to join with us in this sacrament.