Sunday meetings at 9.30am
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Our Communion Service

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Come and join us as we gather each Sunday

Our communion service is the high point of our lives each week. Every service is unique and exciting as we fellowship together in the Holy Spirit.

The song leaders for the morning, joined by our choir and orchestra, welcome us and lead us in a time of singing and worship. Many of the songs we sing are original compositions written by members of our church. We often hear from small groups of musicians and singers who encourage us with specially prepared ministry songs.

Our gatherings include a time of spontaneous expression in song as a whole congregation. This song has no musical score and is truly ‘new’ every time we sing. This unique way of singing is described throughout the Scriptures (particularly in the Psalms, Isaiah and Revelation) as the ‘new song’. As the Holy Spirit leads us, the song begins with our response of thankfulness and honour to God, and then proceeds to specific expressions of song played on instruments or sung by individuals.

Some people may also be inspired by the Holy Spirit to sing or speak specific words of praise, encouragement or thanksgiving. These people, along with others filled with the Holy Spirit, will confer together so that what is expressed is clear, valid and in order.

The communion of the body of Christ is our inclusion and participation in the fellowship of Yahweh! 1Co 10:16. What does our participation in this agape fellowship ‘look like’? The answer is found as we consider the life and culture of the church that was established on the Day of Pentecost. The three thousand souls who were joined to the church on that day ‘continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers’. Act 2:42. These are the four foundations of the fellowship, or communion, of the body of Christ, which is the church. Continuing steadfastly together in these four foundations reveals our response of faith to the Lord’s invitation to commune with Him.

Each Sunday we share an Agape morning tea. The agape meal is not the sacraments. It is a true fellowship in the body and blood of Jesus Christ.

All are welcome to attend our communion service and to participate in the fellowship with us.