Level 1, Cnr Railway Pde & Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Thirroul, NSW 2515
Service Times:
Sundays 10:00am

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Sundays 10am

Upstairs Cnr Railway Pde & Lawrence Hargraves Drive, Thirroul, NSW 2515



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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I have to be a Christian to come to church?

A: Not at all. In fact many people in our church first attended without being Christians.  All people, regardless of gender, race or faith are welcome to attend our church.

Q: Is there anything for my kids?

A: Yes indeed. Both our Friday Encounter service and our 10am Sunday services have programs available for children.  For more info click ‘Kids’ in the ‘Connect’ dropdown menu.

Q: What should I wear?

A: What ever you are most comfortable wearing.  We have people who wear full suits through to people who wear T-shirts and boardshorts.  Our only suggestion would be, if its cold, wear a jumper, if it’s not, don’t!

Q: What should I bring?

A: Well, nothing really. If you have a Bible you are welcome to bring it along, though most of our services have key Bible verse shown on the screen whilst our Pastors are preaching. Some people like to bring a notebook to write during the service for reflection later during the week.

Q: Do I have to sing?

A: If the idea of singing out loud with a bunch of people you don’t know sounds intimidating, your right! There is no pressure for you to sing, or even stand during worship for that matter. We believe that worship has more to do with God and who He is than whether or not we can sing or even clap in time.

Q: Once I’m in the service, am I able to leave before it finishes?

A: Of course you can.  You are free to leave when you need to.  Our only request is that you do so in a quiet fashion so as to minimize the disturbance to those people around you.