We are blessed to have you join us in worship, and we pray that this time of worship will also be a blessing for you.
About the Service
All the words for the songs, hymns (prayers, spoken responses etc.) are projected onto the overhead screen. Bible readings and notices are in the Sunday Bulletin. Large print copies of the worship orders are available from the ushers if you find it hard to read the screen.
Children in Worship
Children are always welcome in worship. There are children’s’ activity packs available in the foyer for use during the service.
Toilets are situated at the back of the Church. Please ask our users for directions.
During the service, we celebrate Holy Communion. This is for baptised Christians who believe in the Triune God, trust in Jesus Christ as their Saviour, repent of their sins and confess that in this meal Christ gives us his true body and blood, through the bread and wine, for the forgiveness of sins. If you share these beliefs, you are invited to receive Holy Communion. Please note that we also provide gluten free communion wafers which are approved by the Australian Celiac Society.
How people at Grace commune
People wishing to receive Communion come forward pew by pew and either kneel or stand at the altar. If you prefer not to drink from the common cup, you may hold the bread to dip in the cup, or you may take an individual cup. Once you have received the bread and wine, please return to your seat using the centre aisle. Alternatively, if you do not wish to receive Communion, you are welcome to come forward to receive an individual blessing. Simply gesture to the pastor by folding your arms across your chest.
Please join us for morning tea after the service.
If you wish to contact the Pastor or one of the pastoral assistants, you will find their contact details on the back page of the bulletin.
If you have any other questions, please contact us.