Sunday Services

Sunday Morning - 11:00 am

In our morning services we aim for a family atmosphere.  At the beginning of the morning service, before GNR8 and Revolve members leave for their own activities, there are usually about eighty of us.  The services are relaxed, with lively singing led by members of our Music Group.  The lineup varies but it’s usually lead vocals, guitar, keyboard and drums.

  After the younger folk leave we usually have a time of intercessory prayer, led by one of our members and more worship in singing before our speaker.  The aim is to help us grasp Bible truths and apply them in our daily life and mission.

On the third Sunday of each month we have communion at the end of the morning service.  We have an ‘open table’ and anyone who loves and seeks to live for the Lord Jesus is welcome to take the bread and the (non-alcoholic) wine.

There is a crèche for the children who are too young for GNR8.

The services usually finish about 12:15 pm.  Members of the Prayer Ministry Team are available to pray for anyone who would like that after the service.

Sunday Evening - 6:30 pm

Our evening services take a more casual, cafe-type format where we sit round tables and tea, coffee and snacks are available.  We use mostly contemporary worship songs.  You can expect video clips, discussion, interaction with the speaker, open-mic sessions. Numbers vary but around thirty to forty is typical.

The evening services finish around 8:00 pm but by the time folk have enjoyed their coffee, tea and goodies and finished chatting it can be after nine before the lights go out.  And the Prayer Ministry Team is available.

Early Communion - 9:45 am, First Sunday

On the first Sunday of each month we have a communion service at 9:45 am.  This is a quiet, reflective service led by one of our Elders with a mixture of traditional and gentle, contemporary music and a short, devotional talk before we take the bread and wine together.

“Come to me, all you who are weary ...

... and I will give you rest.”

- Jesus (NIV)

and burdened, ...