Join us as we welcome Jesus into what will this year be an eerily quiet and empty city!
We come together to worship God
Worship is the nourishment of the mind on God’s truth;
It is the quickening of the conscience by God’s holiness;
It is the enrichment of the imagination by God’s beauty;
And it is the enlargement of the heart through God’s love.
We come together to worship God—acknowledging all those who have gone before us in this place and this land, indigenous and settlers, all created in God’s image, all people of the earth and all invited into the divine presence.
So let us still our hearts, gather our lives and our community: and worship God.
The gathering of our community in worship offers a central place to share our lives with one another and God. Each Sunday at 10am, we seek to place our lives in the context of a God-reality, so that we might learn and grow from one another and the sharing of the Scriptures.
We enjoy input from many people, including a gifted group of musicians. We draw our music from a range of sources, including the rich Celtic tradition of Iona and the contemporary music scene alongside traditional style music. We celebrate the creative arts in our worship and seek to be inclusive to people with a diversity of needs.