9.30AM & 5.00PM Services
Both services are very similar but our kids and tots programs only run at the 9.30am.
We'd love you to visit us this Sunday!
Our passionate and trained leaders are waiting to meet your family.
To keep everyone safe we require a little more information about you and your family. You can fill this out when you arrive for the first time, or save time and pre-register your kids now.
No, you do not have to register. You can just arrive to a Sunday service, but due to COVID rules you will have record your contact details with us as part of government regulations. We delete these details after 50 days.
You don't have to, but we recommend that you preregister above so that when you arrive we will already have your details and can just 'check you in' easily and quickly. If you have preregistered, just give your name when you arrive.
Our 9.30am and 5.00pm gathering both go for 1 hour and 15 minutes. It will be interesting and engaging and the time will fly by! :)
At our 9.30am gathering only we have a fantastic kids program for primary aged children that begins at the same time as the service. Come a little earlier to check your kids in if possible!
We also have a Tots room for little ones who haven't made it to school yet that is supervised so you can drop your kids and enjoy the service. All of our leaders have blue cards and do mandatory child-safe training.
Nothing you don't want to. You can just sit and observe and that it totally fine.
We might ask you to stand up a few times as we sing or pray but it will always be clear and even that is up to you.
Communion (or "the Lord's Supper" or "Eucharist") is when we eat some wine (juice for us) and bread to symbolise and remember the sacrifice of Jesus. We have communion every three weeks.
Anyone who wants to experience God's grace can take communion, but you don't have to. You can just sit there during this time if you want.
You don't have to dress up! You can wear whatever you like, most people just wear what they would wear out to buy groceries or go to a park.
We sing a few songs, listen to a 20 minute talk on life and the Bible, hear about what is happening at church and lead prayers from the front.
Not at all, anyone can attend and we have many people each Sunday who wouldn't put themselves in any religious or Christian category.
We invite all to come explore and experience church and community.
We meet at Grace College Rothwell Campus in the Chapel.
The Chapel is the large building first on your left if you're heading down Mewes Road off Anzac Avenue. Turn into the first carpark on the left and you can't miss it.
There will be signs to help you on Sundays too.
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