Our children are very important to us and so we aim to provide an engaging and safe environment for our children and young people. All our children’s workers have a Bluecard. We are also a member of the 'Childsafe’ safety management system.
Kids in church
We love the presence of our children in worship as it adds to the intergenerational power of worship. Since they are an important part of the covenant community, we try to engage them throughout the service.
Sunday school is available for children aged 3 and upwards. Those who wish to go out to Sunday School usually join in with public worship and usually leave prior to the sermon. The aim of Sunday school is to support Christian parents in training their children and maturing them to be strong men and women of faith.
Creche’ facilities are available in the Church hall during the service. Alternatively, there is also a space at the back of the church with mat and toys if parents wish to stay in the Church auditorium.
Youth Bible class
Also, known as Catechism class, this would usually occur on a weekly basis and is taught by the Pastor. New classes are started as the need arises.
Small group Bible studies are held every second week to provide a context for Bible study, fellowship, encouragement and prayer. Currently, there is the option of a Wednesday morning or a Friday night. Please contact us if you would like to be connected to a small group.
These provide a great opportunity for our women to come together in a relaxed setting to see, smell, taste, and enjoy a festive lunch. It’s also a great context to invite our Christian and non-Christian friends. So, if you would like to be pampered with a special afternoon out, please register your interest.
These provide a great opportunity for the blokes to pull out the BBQ and literally chew the fat! Of course, there are the healthy options too! In addition to the food, it’s a great context for men to come together for fellowship and encouragement. It’s also a context, for us to invite our Christian and non-Christian friends. Contact us to register your interest.
Religious Instruction (R.I)
We support and are involved in the work of RI in our local schools. For more information on becoming part of the RI team, or to assist in another way, please contact us for further information.
Toddler Jam (coming soon!)
Toddler Jam is an action packed, music infused fun social time for parents and children under five years . In a group environment children can share in the wonder of music, and learn about concepts such as colours, animals, counting, sequencing and direction. For full details see: toddlerjam.org.au. Lord willing, we plan to have this ministry up and running in 2020. Please contact us and register your interest.
The craft group meets every second Wednesday morning at 9:30am to make cards, paint, sketch, and such like. So, if you would like to express your creativity with others, please contact us us for more information.
'Christianity Explored' is a relaxed and informal seven week course that gives people space and time to think about the big questions of life. Over seven sessions in Mark’s Gospel, guests find out more about the life of the person at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus Christ. Please contact us and register your interest.
As part of our denomination, we support around 70 evangelists in central India. They predominately come from and minister to the Bhil tribe which is one of the most unreached people groups in the world! By God’s grace, these evangelists have been used mightily in building Christ’s church amongst that tribe. Our denomination continues to invest directly in their work and also their training so that this very young church can grow to maturity.
We also support and collect money throughout the year for Wycliffe Bible translators, Reformed Theological college, World Transform, Leprosy Mission, Christian Witness to Israel, Solomon Islands, Middle East Reformed Fellowship, Bible League, Crossroad Prison ministry, RESS Chaplaincy, Church planting taskforce, various denomination ministries, as well as a number of diaconal needs that arise.