We have Holy Communion services (also known as Eucharist services) on Sundays and Wednesdays.
8am Sundays: said responses and no hymns; about 45 minutes duration
10am Sundays: a service with hymns and said or sung responses, about 70 minutes duration
10am Wednesdays: a 45 minute service of Holy Communion without music, which is held in the Moore Chapel behind the altar, followed by morning tea. On the first Wednesday of each month bring a plate to share for lunch afterwards.
These services use A Prayer Book for Australia (shorter edition) - commonly known as 'the green book' - as the basis for the service. Sunday services are projected onto a screen, with congregation responses written in white and those of the ministers or lay readers in yellow. Directions for sitting and standing are given during the service by the ministers or lay readers.
Our aim is to make the service as easy to follow as possible. Just make sure you sit in the pews where you can see the screen. Feel free to move if someone tall stands in front of you!
All are welcome to stay after worship for tea or coffee, raisin toast, and a chat in the Fellowship Room.
Pizza Church (is taking a break for the first half of 2018)
For families, young people and young-at-heart. Pizza Church is an informal gathering for worship for those who may not have been brought up in the Anglican tradition, or who may not like the formal structure of the Sunday and Wednesday services.
What do we do? We play music, watch movies, have discussions and pray - all on a theme for the week. But the format can change, depending on who comes along and the questions we have.
Pizza Church is on the second and fourth Sunday each month. Come and see what it's like. We can guarantee you won't stay quiet for long!
This is held on the third Saturday of the month, from 10.30am for about an hour.