Here’s all you need to know about attending a worship service.
Most importantly, you are welcome – just as you are. You don’t have to pretend to be anything you’re not or behave in a certain way just because you are at ‘church’.
Join in (or not)
You are welcome to engage in as much or as little of the service as you like. If you want to stand and sing please do, if you would rather sit quietly, listen and watch, that is absolutely ok. You won’t look weird!
The only expectation we have is that we all respect each other, our values, our experiences, and our understandings of God.
We continue our worship after the service over morning tea in the building behind the church at 3 Ellingworth Parade (called ‘The Barn’). We would love to see you there and get to know you a bit better.
Our offering will be collected during the service – it’s 100% voluntary and completely up to you if you want to place any money in the collection as it comes around.
If you need to step out at all during the service, you are welcome to – we just ask that you do so discretely and quietly. Services typically go for about an hour.
At the rear of the church (behind the audio/visual desk) is a ‘cry room’ which you are welcome to use if your children (or you!) need a break.
You can also access the toilets from the cry room.
The church building is fully accessible for those utilising mobility aids including wheelchairs.