We would love you to join us on a Sunday morning at All Saints for a time of inspirational teaching, music and media that makes sense in your world and helps make some sense of your world. It doesn't matter whether you're a long-time Christian, a new believer, a curious seeker or a sceptical observer; our worship styles offer something for everyone. As our guest, we want you to enjoy your time with us, so come as you are, enjoy free coffee and comfortable seating, and feel free to participate at your own comfort level.
At All Saints, we don't have all the answers but we are committed to being a safe place for anyone to ask real, authentic, and honest questions about life and to experience God in a way that provides direction for living.
We know that at one our services you’ll find a home, and be welcomed by people you will come to call family. We look forward to seeing you soon...
If you have any other questions before you visit please send us a message or feel free to give us a call at 02 4981 1839! We hope to see you soon!
No Way! Come as you feel comfortable, you are most welcome. We look forward to seeing you just as you are.
Our worship is designed to offer something for everyone and you are most welcome. We hope the details help you to choose a style of worship that you feel comfortable with.
8am Traditional Worship
10am Family Worship
Anywhere! We would love you to sit wherever you feel most comfortable. Especially if you sit in one of our Pastor's favourite chairs.
We have plenty of onsite parking and street parking. There are three reserved carparks on site for those who have physical difficulty finding parking and walking.
There is a bathroom located in the Church foyer and two bathrooms located at the back of the building that can be accessed from outside.
It's ok, we won't ask for your baptism certificate at the door! At All Saints everyone who feels called is welcome to come forward at Communion. If you'd like to be blessed instead of receiving Communion, just fold your arms over your chest.
You will hear our Pastor say "Peace be with you". and we will all reply "and also with you". Passing of the Peace is a time in worship when all, including the pastor, exchange signs and words of peace and reconciliation with one another. Some call it a time of greeting, but Passing of the Peace is much more than a handshake and a smile. The gesture is simple, but the meaning is profound. When we extend our hand to another, we identify with Jesus, who extended his life to the point of death to make peace with humanity (Colossians 1:20)
Just yourself. Everything you need to participate will be displayed on screen. If you feel comfortable you are most welcome to join in the responses which are in yellow on the screen, along with the singing, but if not you are most welcome to enjoy the worship in silence also.