This service follows traditions from The Book of Common Prayer from 16th Century England. Hymns are accompanied beautifully by an organist. Communion takes place every fortnight, and everyone is invited up the front of church to take the bread and wine together. Join everyone for a cup of tea and some homemade morning tea after the service at the back of church.
Our mid-morning family service with programs for kids aged 3-14. Expect music, Bible readings, a talk and church news. Two songs are accompanied by a contemporary band, and two by an organist. Stick around for afternoon tea in our nearby church hall.
A contemporary service with kids programs for pre-school and primary school kids. People of all ages are welcome – most people attending are between 15 and 35. After the service, stay for supper at the back of church; you’ll also be invited to join us at a local restaurant for dinner
Absolutely! Our doors are open to everyone.
Feel free to participate in as much or as little as you would like. When we celebrate communion there is no pressure to participate.
Our services run for about 75 minutes. You are also welcome to join us for morning tea or supper after the service.
We pray, sing together and hear a part of the Bible read and explained (for about 30 minutes). Many people stay to chat over morning tea/supper. Some weeks we have communion as a way of remembering Jesus’ death and resurrection. Each week the order may change, but these some common parts of all our church services.
No, you will not be asked to give any money.
Absolutely. Church is for people of all ages and stages. Kids of any age are welcome to stay with the adults during the service, and we also have fantastic programs for kids and high schoolers. Kids Church takes place during our 10am and 5pm services. There is also a creche room in the main church building for carers and their infants with chairs for breastfeeding, toys and a TV to watch the service. Someone on the day can direct you.
Mobility Access: Just around to the left from our front doors you can find a ramp entrance, and our parking lot is adjacent to the church. If you need to lie down during the service we recommend bringing a cushion and heading to the front left pews.
Hearing Loop: Our church has a hearing loop installed on the left hand side where the sound desk is- our friendly AV team can help you with any questions.
Accessible Bathroom: An accessible bathroom can be found in the main church building through the door to the left of the pulpit.
There is a marked section of seating available at the front left side of church where people who would like to wear masks and socially distance can sit.
Train: The church is 900m walk from North Sydney Station (a 10 minute walk)
Bus: There are lots of bus routes that stop nearby. Find a bus route using Trip Planner.
On Sundays the church carpark is free. Enter via Kelrose Lane. Alternatively, there are free spots at Ridge Street Car Park on Sundays. Accessible car spots are available on the church grounds.