Join us for worship at 9:30am.
Questions about attending Holy Communion in the Lutheran Church?
‘Holy Communion is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus
Christ given with bread and wine, instituted by Christ himself for
us Christians to eat and drink.’
Come to this sacrament:
- as a sinner who wants God’s forgiveness;
- as a baptised believer who trusts that Jesus died for the
forgiveness of sin;
- as a guest who humbly accepts what Jesus gives — his true body
and blood with the bread and wine;
- as a witness who gladly joins in this public confession of the
death of Christ.
Should you not wish to receive Holy Communion, you may remain
in your pew or come to the altar to receive a blessing - crossing
your arms to signify your intention.
We hope that on the Sundays that we do not have
Sunday School your family will worship together. There will
again be activities for the children in their "In Church Bags".
We hope to encourage the children to learn about and
participate in the Worship Service through the activities provided.
Children from the age of 4 are welcome to attend.
All teachers and assistants have a 'Working with Children' clearance.
Sunday School dates for Term 2 - 2023:
May 7; May 21; June 18