Join us online 

Click here from 9am Sunday

for the 9:30am 

livestream service

5pm church has returned to meeting in person.


Please contact us if you would like to join us.

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Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, for the safety and health of our community, our public meetings are temporarily suspended. We look forward to meeting publicly again when it is safe and responsible to do that.

We are live streaming our services, and would love for you to join us by clicking the links above. Previous live streamed service are accessible on the live stream services tab. 

A collection of resources to help us ride out this crisis can be found on the COVID 19 lockdown resources tab.

Below are some other opportunities to engage with us and learn more of what it means to follow Jesus.

We'd love to pray for you during this time, and there may be other ways we can support you. If you would like to contact us in this time, please get in touch by clicking 'contact us'.

When the crisis is over, our service times will be 9:30am and 5pm. We will let you know here when we will be back. 

May the Lord bless and keep you.

Dates for 2020

Feb 5, 19                Aug 5, 19

Mar 4, 18                Sep 2, 16, 30

Apr 1, 15, 29          Oct  14, 28

May 13, 27             Nov 11, 25

Jun 10, 24              Dec 9

Jul  8, 22

Mobile Community Pantry

Anglicare’s Mobile Community Pantry and Mobile Community Pantry Fresh Food vans provide grocery or fresh food items at very low cost to help stretch your budget further. The Mobile Community Pantry is run in partnership with local churches and visits each location on a fortnightly basis.

Community members are welcome at each site. You can make a small contribution and fill a bag with items of your choice from the stock available.

  • $10 for groceries (EFTPOS available)  

GriefShare is a support group for people grieving the death of a friend or family member. The group runs across 13 independent sessions, which involve a video seminar, group discussion, and personal study and reflection.

Find out more about GriefShare                   by                           .

The group will be run online during this period of social isolation. 

If you would like to be part of this group, or would like to know more,  please                   to join.

Some testimonies about GriefShare

Over the last 8 weeks, I have been a member of the Grief Share group meeting and sharing with many other members of our church who are also grieving the loss of loved ones. 

I recently lost my sister during the Covid situation and like others had to face the restrictions put in place with the restriction on numbers visiting the hospital and finally the restrictions as to who could attend my sister’s funeral.  

Attending the group each week helped me to set aside a time with God to work specifically through my grief.  Prior to each meeting, we view a video on-line and we work through the appropriate session set for that week in our workbooks.  All sessions are Christ-centred and refer to God’s word, the Bible, words of anguish, comfort, encouragement and assurance. 

God has ministered to me personally through this time.  I have found comfort in my grief in setting aside this ‘time-out’ to work through my loss.




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