9:00am | 10:30am | 6:30pm

People from all walks of life come to our meetings to hear about what the Bible says, sing and pray. Afterwards we have a coffee and chat. It's the highlight of the week for us because Jesus makes sense of our lives and gives us real guidance for the future.

If it's your first time you'll probably meet Jeremy and his team of friendly welcomers outside the door. Head inside the church building, then listen to a great talk from the Bible, sing and pray. Our meetings go for about an hour and a quarter. You won't be asked to do anything that you aren't comfortable to do. But our hope and prayer is that what you hear will change your life for good.


Our Sunday meetings are a great time to hear the Bible taught and be encouraged with others. Everyone is welcome! Single or married, young or older. We love kids too and have integrated kids programs each Sunday. There are separate groups for pre-schoolers (Noahs), Infants and Primary (CC's) as well as creche.

For the first 15 minutes of the meeting both kids and adults spend time together; followed by a kids spot after which kids head out to their programs.

During the meeting we pray, sing, and listen to a sermon God's word. Usually the sermons work through a particular book of the Bible, though sometimes sermons follow a particular topic instead.

After church is a great time to catch up over a coffee.



Coming to EC is either the best way to finish the weekend or start the week - whatever way you want to look at it! We are committed to bringing glory to God by being faithful disciples of Jesus Christ. That's what we are on about on Sunday nights at 6.30pm. We sing, pray, share, eat and teach - all this under God's Word, the Bible. EC is made of mainly people between the ages of 15 to 40, although people of all ages are welcome. 

We also have a full range of small group ministries meeting during the week They are central to church life and aim to encourage us in applying God's Word to our lives, so they involve more than simply bible study, they include prayer, fellowship, sharing of what the Lord is doing in our lives, spiritual nurturing, accountability and opportunities for service and outreach. Belonging to one is a key way of truly belonging to the Christ Church family.