While this information is still displayed, the activities described are not currently occurring. There is still ongoing contact, just not with physical presence.
For further information on any of the following, contact the Office (use Location and Contacts above for details).
There are a number of small groups that regularly meet with different emphases. Some are for studying the Bible, others for Prayer and some for sharing on different topics. There are groups that meet during the day, others at night; some meet at the church and others meet in homes.
Provides a safe, friendly and supportive environment for preschool children and their carers. We enjoy indoor and outdoor play areas and a variety of activities including art, craft, games, morning tea, music and story time. Cost is $20 per term. Please contact us to confirm availability of places.
Provide an extended family for all who wish to belong: church-going or not, young or elderly, married, single, separated or divorced. Groups gather once a month for an activity such as a picnic, casserole & games night, an outing, etc, to enjoy being with one another and develop supportive relationship.
Held periodically, this is a 7 week self-help workshop concerning the healing of wounds and the recovery of self confidence and hope. While this is hosted by the Church, it is non-religious.
For craft lovers and learners. Share morning tea, craft and conversation. Bring your own craft and learn from each other. Gold coin donation.
These are regular informal get-togethers for men around a cup of coffee (and usually a nibble) that last for about an hour. It is an opportunity for guys to share some time with each other, to talk and connect with others.
This meets monthly in the evening, to foster fellowship with each other by having a variety of activities including speakers, games and ‘theme’ times.
There are a range of regular monthly activities for frail aged, including Hymn Singing, and morning and afternoon teas.
Low cost goods suitable for all ages! Delicious Devonshire teas, BBQ, books, clothes, shoes, bags, plants, toys, jewellery, art, homewares, jams and much more. First Saturday of the month (except January or if raining) from 8am to 11am.
View the interior of the historic chapel in Horton Street, learn a little about its history and have a friendly chat. The chapel is also a peaceful place for those who wish to pray or meditate.
Contact Church Office for details.