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What to Expect

What to Expect

Welcome!

All Saints is a contemporary, welcoming, all-ages Anglican church. We hope you can join us – be it for a Sunday service (see below), or maybe at one of our special events.

What We Believe

We are convinced that God loves people: “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son…” (John 3:16).  God loves to give people ‘second chances’.

God has acted towards us in love.  Despite turning away and ignoring Him, God has reached out to us through His Son, Jesus Christ.

But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8

We believe the good news… that Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners. In Jesus’ death, we find forgiveness and peace with God.  And by rising from the dead, Jesus invites us to accept His free gift of eternal life.night-church

For those willing to follow Him, Jesus offers a secure, eternal future… a hope stronger than death!

The people of All Saints are forgiven sinners, learning together how we can love and trust God. We’re ordinary people being shaped by Jesus’ extraordinary love as we wait for His promised return.

 Our Services

Morning Church @ 9:00

The 9.00 am service is refined, contemporary and family-friendly. The 9:00 service features a regular segment for kids, who then leave the main meeting to participate in a range of programs… from crèche to junior high school. This service is suitable for all ages.

Morning Church @ 10:30

Our 10:30am service is contemporary, relaxed and suitable for all ages. The early part of the 10:30 service includes a focus on children and their families. The younger ones then participate in one of our structured, age-appropriate programs – ranging from creche to junior high school.

Night Church @ 6:30pm

Night Church is informal and interactive. Our focus is to learn and be challenged by what the Bible says about following Jesus our Lord and Saviour. We get together to help each other grow and to keep on trusting Jesus—and to give visitors a chance to find out more about him.