A traditional liturgical style of worship but a bit more relaxed. The service is presented on a screen and is easy to follow. The hymns are filled with powerful messages of hope and worship and the people are warm, kind,
The first Sunday of the month is a family service where the kids get a special focus. One never knows what might happen, except that it will be different, fun, and hopefully spiritually inspiring.
For those who love the language and style of the Common Book of Prayer when connecting with God. On the last Wednesday of each month we gather at the Corner Cafe opposite St Luke's for a cuppa.
A very relaxed and informal contemporary worship expression.
The core value of this service is that people can feel free to engage: this means sharing thoughts, ideas, or draw or write during worship. We tend to go deep into the scriptures and to discuss and discern what God’s spirit is trying to teach us, or desiring to express, through our lives.
It’s AWESOME! Expect to sing, dance, pray, play, dress up, tell stories and make all sorts of amazing things.
We begin worship in the church with the rest of the congregation, then come out for Kids’ church after the first hymn and the Peace.
Caregivers of children aged two and younger may make use of the toys and activities in the special family room at the rear of the church.