Come, Worship With Us

9.30 each Sunday morning – Worship is at the heart of Christian community;

worship in contemporary language that is joyful, relevant and

reflects the long traditions of the church.

We embrace both traditional and new ways and times of worship.

Our services are conducted in our own homes, respecting physical distance yet maintaining a faith and social connection.

Please let us know if you would like a copy of the service. You would be welcome to join us.

Sermons for reflection – Lent

April 5 – Palm Sunday

March 29 – Promise of Life

March 22 – Open to the light of the World

March 15 – Loving Acceptance

March 8 – Study – God’s beloved in Rome

March 1 – If you are the Son of God


Sunday Worship- 9:30am

The main service for the week includes prayer, scripture reading, a relevant message and joyful singing led by the choir and pipe organ. Members of the congregation participate in leading aspects of the service.  All are welcome to attend.

Holy Communion is celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of the month. We practise an open table and welcome all people.


Engage- Sunday 9:30am

There are many styles of worship. This quarterly all age service offers a way for everyone to connect with the themes and ideas of the day in small activity groups. These groups create items for use in future services.

Worship Services

Contemplate & Coffee- Wednesday 9am

This informal midweek service includes responsive prayers, reflective liturgy and conversation about the day’s scripture. Come along, this is a great way to begin the day or connect with God in the midst of a busy week. Enjoy coffee or tea and a friendly chat afterwards.

Worship Services

Sunday School- 9:30am

Sunday worship includes time for children, sometimes with ‘Godly Play’, then the children move to Sunday School. The program uses the UCA’s ‘Seasons of the Spirit’. As our young folk mature and grow in faith their discussions become more discerning and enriching.

Engage with children and youth

A selection of Psalms from the Lectionary, paraphrased for public worship

Psalm 1

Psalm 2

Psalm 5