Sunday 12th July – Hybrid Worship … both Online and In-person

Sunday 12th July – Hybrid Worship … both Online and In-person

We have moved to a new hybrid model of worship where our 9am and 6:30pm worship services will be simultaneously running both fully online (with all the engagement and interaction that we have been doing during COVID19) and also in-person at the church (with some restrictions). Yes, this Sunday we are throwing open the doors of the church for those who wish to gather together for worship (in our 9am and 6:30pm). Or you can connect with online with out simultaneous live stream. Our 10:45 Traditional service will continue to be pre-recorded only for the time being.

If you last week’s Worship services can accessed here: 9am, 10:45am, 6:30pm

If you need instructions on how to connect to each of our three different styles of online worship, we explain everything here.

Online worship
Sunday 12th July

9am Worship

This Sunday as we continue our Hybrid model of worship, we are tackling one of the greatest chapters of the Bible – Romans 8. Over three weeks we are going to be stepping through this amazing chapter verse by verse and opening ourselves up to the profound messages contained in these wonderful words. This week Phil gets the fun of setting the foundation with the first part of Romans 8.

Remember, you can come along to the building in person or watch us online … we aim to provide the full worship experience for both ways of engaging.

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10:45am Traditional Service

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Our Traditional Sunday service will run in a pre-recorded format. If you are interested in receiving this service for this Sunday via email or DVD, please contact the church office – email:

6:30pm Night Church

This week teaching has been inspired by a quote by Erna Kim Hackett

White Christianity suffers from a bad case of Disney Princess theology. As each individual reads Scripture, they see themselves as the princess in every story. They are Esther, never Xerxes or Haman. They are Peter, but never Judas. They are the woman anointing Jesus, never the Pharisees. They are the Jews escaping slavery, never Egypt. For citizens of the most powerful country in the world, who enslaved both Native and Black people, to see itself as Israel and not Egypt when studying Scripture is a perfect example of Disney princess theology. And it means that as people in power, they have no lens for locating themselves rightly in Scripture or society — and it has made them blind and utterly ill-equipped to engage issues of power and injustice. It is some very weak Bible work.

This week we are going to try and do some better Bible work and begin to see ourselves in the biblical narrative. To help us, we have been given permission (huge thanks to Common Grace) to show an awesome reflection by Uniting Church Indigenous Pastor Ray Minniecon on the Good Samaritan. Let us be open to hearing God’s message this Sunday night.

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