General Information

Our Sunday service starts at 9.30AM and runs for approximately an hour and a half.  Children’s Ministry runs at the same time as the main service. There is morning tea and coffee after the service as a time of fellowship and meeting people. This is a great time to meet others who attend the church and ask any questions you may have.

What Should I Wear?

Is There A Dress Code?

Whatever you feel comfortable in is the best way to dress.  We have people who come in their “Sunday Best” and we have people who are in their shorts, t- shirt and sandals. The only thing to consider when choosing your outfit is modesty.

What do you do?

More About The Service

There will be a worship time where people are encouraged to sing songs that are led by a team of singers and a band.  You may see some people raise their hands during this time. It is a symbol of surrendering to God.  There will be a spoken message from the Bible which will be relevant to the life challenges people face everyday.

Will You Ask Me For Money?

I Don't Want To Feel Pressured

We bring an offering during the service. This is how we generate income to run the church and aid in areas worldwide. It is something our regular attenders are used to and it is totally voluntary. Visitors should feel no obligation to participate in this part of the service.


What If I Have A Baby Or Toddler?

There is a clean, well maintained creche available for your convenience. The service is audible and there is a one sided viewing window. There are toys, a highchair and comfortable lounge seating available for use by parents and carers of toddlers and babies. A change table is available in the ladies restroom. Men are welcome to ask for change facilities to be brought out for their use

What About Older Kids?

We have lessons for two age groups; 5 to 8 years and 8 to 12 years. Our aim is to teach kids about God in a fun way, at a level they will understand. There is usually a craft or other activity to help them remember what they have learnt. We follow strict safety procedures. Teachers and helpers have Blue Cards and children will need to be signed in and out by parents or carers each week.