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    04/24/2017 to 05/01/2017
    Sunday 30th April
    3rd Sunday of Easter
  • 9.00am - Communion
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 10.30am - Communion
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 05/01/2017 to 05/08/2017
    Sunday 7th May
    4th Sunday of Easter
  • 9.00am - Communion
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 10.30am - Celebration
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Chris Key
     
  • 05/08/2017 to 05/15/2017
    Sunday 14th May
    5th Sunday of Easter
  • 9.00am - Morning Prayer
    Speaker: Lorna Faulkner
     
  • 10.30am - Celebration
    Speaker: Lorna Faulkner
     
  • 6.30pm - Communion
    Speaker: Lorna Faulkner
     
  • 05/15/2017 to 05/22/2017
    Sunday 21st May
    6th Sunday of Easter
  • 9.00am - Communion
    Speaker: Andrew Toley
     
  • 10.30am - Kidz-In
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Robin Williamson
     
  • 05/22/2017 to 05/29/2017
    Sunday 28th May
    7th Sunday of Easter / Sunday after Ascension
  • 9.00am - Morning Prayer
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     
  • 10.30am - Communion
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     
  • 6.30pm - Celebration
    Speaker: Gordon Mackley
     

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Updated 7th April 2017

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Updated 2nd May 2017

 
Baptism and Confirmation
Baptism and confirmation
What is baptism?

In baptism, we thank God for his gift of life and publicly acknowledge his love. In the Anglican Church, it is common to baptise young children; this is sometimes known as christening. Baptism by full immersion in water is commonly used for adult baptism.

Baptism is a ‘sacrament’ (holy ritual symbolising grace) in the Christian tradition that is traced back to Jesus himself being baptised in the river Jordan.

What is Confirmation?

Confirmation marks the point in the Christian journey at which you affirm for yourself the faith into which you have been baptised and your intention to live a life of committed discipleship.

This affirmation is confirmed through prayer and the laying on of hands by the confirming Bishop. The church also asks God to give you power through the Holy Spirit to enable you to live in the way of Jesus.

Thinking about baptism or confirmation?

For more information on getting your child baptised, thinking about renewing your baptismal vows or wish to discuss confirmation, please contact us and we can help.

Belonging

From the moment we are born, we need a family, we need to belong in a community of people.

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Worship

Worship is at the heart of everything we do, not just on Sunday, but the whole of our lives.

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Children & Youth

We hope to engage our young people to be excited about what God has planned for their lives.

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