There are four distinct communities that gather to worship at the following times:
8:00 am Sunday
This early morning service is a quiet, reflective way to start the week. Holy Communion is celebrated, and a homily addresses the readings set for the day. Breakfast is served afterwards in the church hall.
This is a contemporary Communion service, providing a participatory and inclusive style of worship enjoyed especially by families and children. It is set to modern music accompanied by piano or guitar, and is followed by morning tea in the church.
This is a weekly opportunity for those who enjoy traditional Anglo-Catholic liturgy to celebrate the sung Eucharist accompanied by our world-class organist and Music Director, Mr Ken George. Typically, the clergy will be robed, and incense is often used to enhance the multi-sensory style of worship. This community gathers afterwards in the large Parish hall for morning tea.
This mid week Holy Communion service incorporates a reflection of the daily readings, which is opened up for discussion and consideration by those attending. Many of those conversations are continued over morning tea which is held in the Parish Library across the road from the Church at 113 Noble Street.