Service Overview

We love the joy that kids bring to families. Our 10am service is family-friendly, and has a contemporary feel with modern music, led by a small band.We believe it’s important for kids to see their parents engage in church life. As such, during the first 20 minutes of the service kids […]

Arriving

Arriving 5-10 minutes before the service will give you time to come in and find a seat in the auditorium. You’ll find the entrance to our carpark on Orallo Ave. There are plenty of spaces available to park your car here, or on the neighbouring streets.Entry to the church building […]

Service Structure

The service runs for about 1 hour 15 mins. A typical service includes the following elements: We begin the service with our band leading us in singing a number of songs (if you  don’t feel comfortable singing, you can just stand with us and observe);We will say either a prayer of confession […]

Other Details

If you have small children who become unsettled, we have a family-room available (including a baby change table) at the rear-right of the building, should you wish to use it. You can still see and hear everything happening in the service from this room. If you need any assistance, please […]

Service Overview

We are thankful for our Anglican heritage and its traditions.At this service, the minister wears robes and we enjoy traditional hymns.We typically celebrate Holy Communion on the first, third and fourth Sundays of the month, with Morning Prayer on the second Sunday.We use services from both An Australian Prayer Book and Common Prayer.We share […]

Arriving

Arriving 5-10 minutes before the service will give you time to come in and find a seat in the auditorium. You’ll find the entrance to our carpark on Orallo Ave. There are plenty of spaces available to park your car here, or on the neighbouring streets.Entry to the church building […]

Service Structure

The service runs for about 1 hour. A typical service includes the following elements: The Ministers and Warden will appear on the stage, and the congregation stands.We begin by singing our first hymn; (if you  don’t feel comfortable singing, or don’t know the hymns, you can just stand with us and […]

Other Details

You are free to wear whatever feels comfortable for you – there is no particular dress code. Those who typically attend this service range in dress from a shirt & tie to rather casual wear.

Why Jesus?

We believe the Bible teaches that God is trinity – three persons, one God. Jesus represents a concrete and human element of the trinity. Although many religious groups and beliefs will speak of a ‘god’ of some kind, Jesus provides clear distinction and focus to the identity, character and mission […]

Why the ‘city’?

God loves people, and cities are full of people. The Blacktown city centre is at the core of community life in this diverse geographical area and is the centre of influence in the wider region. The city is made up of people from many different walks of life, backgrounds, cultures […]