Join Us This Sunday


With Coronavirus restrictions lifting, we’re grateful to be able to restart services at church again from Sunday 21st June. You’re most welcome to join us, that is, unless you’re unwell with any flu-like symptoms – sore throat, fever, cough, runny nose, loss of smell or taste. In such cases, we must ask you to keep everyone safe by staying away, and joining us via our YouTube live-stream instead.

We meet every Sunday at 9.30am at 74 Marsden Rd, St Marys for a worship service.*

God, who made everything, is great and powerful, so we strive to have a sense of that in our worship. At the same time, God has reached out to us in his love and that’s cause for immense joy, so we aim for a joyful atmosphere in our worship too. In our services, we usually spend time singing (although not currently, due to Coronavirus restrictions), and praying, and learning together as the Bible is taught – these are all ways in which we relate to God.

After our services, we serve coffee and tea with a bite to eat, which gives the opportunity for some good conversation, including to get to know you if you’re visiting.

During our services, we have the following programs to specifically cater for children:

  • A crèche is run for newborns to toddlers. Where possible, we like even the young ones to join in the main service for about the first 30 minutes. From then on, crèche is supervised by volunteers who have current Working with Children Checks. Parents are also welcome to stay with their child, and our services are streamed to the crèche so you don’t have to miss out on what’s happening.
  • There’s a Kids Talk in the early part of most services, which typically explains to the kids the main point of what we’ll be learning from the Bible later in the service.
  • We want kids to have the chance to learn about who God is and what he’s done through Jesus – it’s good news for everybody! So, after the Kids Talk, kids aged 3–11 can go to Sunday School to learn from the Bible in an interactive and age-appropriate way.

* We also meet for services at 9.30am on both Good Friday and Christmas Day, since those days mark significant events in the Christian story.

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