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The Gospel, is the “chief article” of the Christian faith, it is a matter of “first importance” (1 Corinthians 15:3). It is both simple, and yet complex and rich. Understanding something of the complexity and richness of the Gospel will enable us to more fully appropriate all that God has done for us in the Gospel. We need to see that the Gospel describes both how God is recreating a fallen world, and how he is redeeming a people for himself. Hence, it answers both the question “What hope is there for the world?”, and the question “What must I do to be saved?”

‘Gospel’ means ‘good news’ and describes both God recreating a fallen world (Isaiah 52:7, c.f. Isaiah 40:9, 41:27, 61:1), and God saving a sinful people (Romans 1:16, c.f. Romans 1:1-4, 1 Corinthians 15:3-5, c.f. 2 Timothy 2:8)

  • What time should I arrive?
    We have one service at 10.15am. Arriving 15 minutes early gives you time for a quick chat before service starts.
  • When will the service end?
    Our services are around 1.5 hours. Afterwards, many of us stay behind to chat or to go out for lunch together.
  • What should I wear?
    There is no dress code. We welcome you as you are.
  • What will happen during the service?
    Our services are shaped by the good news of Jesus Christ. God call us into his presence, and we respond with singing and praying. Then, recognising his holiness, we confess our sins to him, and remember again that God cleanses us of our sins through Jesus Christ. Then God communes with us: he speaks to us through his Word as we hear the Bible proclaimed, and he shows us the Gospel through the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper. Then, God commissions us and sends us into the world to do his will. We sing a mixture of ancient and modern hymns and songs, led by our music team. We pray a combination of set and spontaneous prayers. And, we sometimes confess what we believe through the words of creeds and confessions that have been handed down to us through the ages. God's Word is central to our worship, and so the highlight of our time together is a message from the Bible. We preach expository and Christ-centered messages through different books of the Bible throughout the year.
  • Can I bring my children?
    Yes! Children are a very important part of our community. The children will make their way to their age-appropriate classes (2 to 6 year old and 7 to 10 year old) immediately after announcements. While they are at their classes, the others will listen to a message from the Bible. We have 2 different classes for pre-school (2-6 years) and primary school (7-10 years). We also have a creche with livestream feed of the ongoing worship service for parents and their children ages 3 and under.
  • Can I come if I'm not a Christian?
    Yes! We would love for you to come. We are imperfect, broken and sinful people who have found the grace of God for the undeserving. We'd love to get to know you and see how we can serve you.
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