Holy Communion, also known as The Eucharist, has its origin in the Last Supper and is described in 1 Corinthians Chapter 11. It is the time when Christians come together to remember all that Jesus did for them in His life, death and resurrection. Communion services are held several times a week.

  • Sunday 8:00am – a ‘said’ service with a short sermon and a hymn.
  • Sunday 9:30am – most Sundays except the 2nd Sunday which is Family Service. You’ll find a varied and lively service with both traditional hymns and modern worship songs. Our children and young people meet in their own groups (3-7s, 7-11s, 11-16s) for part of the service and under 3’s are welcome in the service. Prayer ministry is available during the administration of Communion for those who would like prayer for themselves or a friend in need. The service is followed by refreshments in the hall.
  • Tuesday 7:30pm
  • Wednesday 10:00am