Our service seeks to combine the best of the old with the best of the new. We are structured, but not formal and we celebrate the Lord’s Supper monthly – usually on the second Sunday of the month.
We love meeting new people but we don’t want you to feel uncomfortable. You won’t be singled out or asked to do anything you don’t want to do. You can feel free to arrive at the last minute, take a seat and listen in. You can leave whenever you like. You can remain as anonymous as you want to be, but we encourage you to introduce yourself to us – we’d love to get to know you.
Children are welcomed in our services. Their voices are a welcome addition to our singing and we enjoy greeting them and making them feel welcome. During the sermon, we provide activities to help them explore the Bible in ways they can understand.
We are enjoying the opportunity to meet face-to-face again. Many of the restrictions have now eased, but there are a couple of things we ask you to do to keep everyone safe.
As you come into the church, please use the hand sanitiser provided. Masks are not required, but we do have disposable ones available if you would prefer to use one.
In the foyer, you will find a table where we will record your attendance. This is a requirement of the NSW government in case contact tracing is required. Here you can also pick up your newsletter and give your offering.
The chairs are set up in the auditorium to ensure proper social distancing. People within a household may sit side-by-side. If you are not in the same household, you will need to leave a seat empty between you to be 1.5m apart. The rows have been set at 1.5m apart.
We are once again enjoying morning tea together after the service. To keep this safe, please do not congregate around the serving area. Please find a seat inside or outside on the deck. Whenever possible maintain social distancing while moving around.
We also realise that not everyone is able to join us for face-to-face meetings yet. Below, you will find a link to a video of our services each Sunday.