Around 150 adults and 60 children gather each Sunday for this contemporary service at 9.30am. Though the service has its formal elements, the music and style of the service means it has a modern and welcoming feel.
Each week we wrestle with a passage from the Bible – what it meant in its context and what the Lord is saying to us through it today. Each week, we share communion together, recalling and celebrating all that Jesus has done for us in his death and resurrection. We’d love to have you join us for the service and then for morning tea.
We think it’s really important to be growing as a whole church together, so children, youth, and adults share the same teaching focus every Sunday (in age-specific ways).
Children @ 9.30AM
0-3 Years Crèche & Parents Room
3 Years - Grade 3 Junior Sunday School
Grades 4-6 Junior CHARGE
Kids at St Bart’s can join us for a fun morning of checking out the Bible, singing, playing games, getting crafty, and hanging out with other kids. Children start off with adults in the service, going out to age-specific activities after the Children’s Talk. We think it’s really important to be growing as a whole church together, so children, youth, and adults share the same teaching focus on any given Sunday (albeit in age-specific ways).
If you’ve got any questions about St Bart’s Kids, contact Bettrys Lowe by email (email@example.com).
Youth @ 9.30AM
Grades 7 - 12
At CHARGE at 9:30, we get to take some time out after the sermon to pull it apart and really think about what was being said. We also discuss practical ways in which it can be applied to the student’s lives. It is a very relaxed environment where anyone can put their opinions or experiences into the discussion. To join in, speak to anyone in the black CHARGE t-shirts.
For more information about CHARGE, contact Peter Dutton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you would like your children to participate in crèche, Sunday School, or Junior Charge, please check them in at the desk near the front door of the church.
There’s also a playground outside for children to enjoy after the service and baby-changing facilities in the bathroom off the foyer.
VISITING FOR THE FIRST TIME
- The service starts at 9.30AM and goes for about about 90 minutes.
- You are welcome to join us for morning tea after the service (there’s a great playground for the children).
- If you would like your children to join the Kids’ programme (Crèche and Sunday School), check them in at the desk at the entrance before the service.
- Feel free to wear whatever is comfortable – church is about the people you’re with not the clothes you wear.
- An offertory is received during the service, please note that this is completely optional.
- Audio lanyards are available for those with hearing aids.
- The building is wheelchair accessible.
Accessibility & Transportation
We desire to make this service as accessible as possible for those with limited mobility or hearing impairments.
- Transportation (a free bus service) is available for those who are unable to otherwise drive to St Bart’s. For more information contact the church office. Please note that our bus has limited capacity.
- Audio Lanyards are available for those with hearing aids at the check-in desk (located at the front door of the church).
- Our building is Wheelchair Accessible with an accessible bathroom located off the foyer and at the back of the auditorium.
- Air Conditioning ensures that our auditorium is cool in Summer and warm in Winter.
The 9.30am Contemporary Service takes place at St Bart’s: 103 Stenner Street, Rangeville (up towards Rowbotham Street).