Sunday Services

07h00 - Said Eucharist

Appealing to early risers and those who prefer a more traditional, formal liturgical pattern unaccompanied by music, this service uses the Anglican Prayer Book (APB).

08h15 - Sung Eucharist

Designed for those who prefer the traditional, more formal patterns of the liturgy, this service uses the Anglican Prayer Book. The service is accompanied by the singing of traditional hymns, chanted psalms, and anthems led by the choir. The presiding priest preaches a sermon.


10h15 - Family Eucharist, Junior Church and Teen Church

The 10h15 Family Holy Eucharist, uses the Anglican Prayer Book and the 10h15 choir usually leads the singing. Psalms are read and teaching occurs in the form of a sermon by the presiding priest.

  • Junior Church is for pre-teen children and consists of a number of groups of children grouped by age, each guided by an adult. The children meet for a short child-friendly service in the Hall, then move to their various groups.

  • Teen Church is generally held in the Youth Room. It is aimed at youngsters between Grades 7 and 12 and strives to fill the gap between Junior Church and the adult services, meeting the spiritual needs of teenagers who are grappling with the issues of growing up and who find it difficult to identify with the style and content of the morning services. The focus is on giving them a sound understanding of God and His relevance to their lives.

18h00 - Evening Service

The evening service is an informal Eucharist. Sermons are varied and topical, aimed at living out the Christian life in the world. We use a wide range of international liturgies. This growing service encourages every member ministry and a sense of community.



Weekday Services


  • 08h00 - Eucharist (Chapel)
    This is a said Holy Eucharist suiting those who like to start their day with a quiet mid-week service. The Anglican prayer Book is used.

  • 14h30 - Centering Prayer (Chapel)




  • 18h00 - Eucharist and Ministry for Healing (Chapel)
    A said Eucharist followed by ministry for healing. This service provides the opportunity to bring before God, at his altar, your own needs or the needs of others. The Laying on of Hands and Anointing is done by proxy when someone is too ill to attend.


  • 09h15 - Eucharist (Church)
    A said Eucharist with a sermon and hymns.


  • 09h00 - Eucharist for families with young children
    This is a short service specifically designed for families with children younger than three years. There is a small stock of toys and books provided to keep the little ones busy.