Activities and Ministries
Sunday morning: 10.00am
- Crèche available for children up to 3 years old.
- Children 4 - 6 years may join Sunday School part way through the service
| Sunday evening
| : 6.00pm
| Good Friday
| : 10.00am
Meets during the morning Church service each Sunday during School terms. Ages 3-10.
Young people (Junior, Intermediate, Senior) meet after the morning worship service each Sunday during school terms.
Session meets in the Session Room every two weeks Thursday at 7:30pm.
Daytime Bible Study
Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday on the Month, 10am at the Church.
Wednesday evening Bible Study
Meets at 7:45pm at the Church fortnightly.
Meets every Wednesday morning during the school term at 10am at the Church with the aim of reaching out into the community.
Crèche facilities are available during the morning services for babies and toddlers ages 0-3 years. There is also a direct telecast into the hall of the worship services for parents with toddlers that can’t be left with caregivers.
Seeking to provide practical help to those in need in the congregation.
Newcomers Support Group
This has been set up to give physical support and encouragement to newcomers into Australia from whatever country they originate. We have a collection of items which can be lent out to people in need.
Chat Coffee Crèche
Mothers’ fellowship group meets alternate Fridays in Church at 10am.
Youth of Yesteryear
The senior members of the congregation and their friends meet on the last Tuesday at 10am in those months which have five Tuesdays for a time of fellowship, games and lunch.
Monday evenings fortnightly ladies meet for mutual encouragement in the Word of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Young people from the age of 13 years meet at the Church for fun, outings and Bible studies fortnightly on Saturday evenings.
Worship Services are taped each week, and tapes of any Service are available on request.
This is installed in the Auditorium for those who have hearing aids. Switch to ‘T” setting to access it.
Request for Prayer
These can be made to any Session member or the Pastor prior to the worship service.
All members are allocated a pigeon hole located in the Church foyer. All subscribed material and other printed matter for interest will be passed on via this system.
Is celebrated bi-monthly in both worship services. In this part of God’s family we practice a ‘supervised’ communion. This means that visitors or guests are asked to make themselves known to the Pastor or one of the Elders as one whose faith rests in Jesus and as being, a member in good standing in their own church.
The Sacrament is administered only to believers and their children. At least one of the parents must be a communicant member of the Church. Please contact the Pastor or one of the elders.
Profession of Faith
Pre-Confession classes are conducted by the Pastor, leading to Profession of Faith, and this may be arranged with the minister and elders at any time during the year.
The Church can only be involved in a marriage between believers who seek to marry in the Lord, though they need not be members of this church or denomination. The minister can only conduct weddings (even of a private nature) with the approval of Session. A course of pre-marriage counseling is required at least two months before the even, and attention is drawn to the Federal Law which states that a Notice of Intent must be made to the officiating minister at least one calendar month before the intended wedding date.
The Church Letter is a weekly publication which contains a short and challenging "Think it Over", and some pastoral words from the pastor for the edification of the congregation.
A ministry in which our deacons seek to extend the love of the Lord Jesus Christ through material assistance to those in need both within the church and beyond.