Visitor Information

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Worship

Join us for worship each Sunday morning from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and for some Christian fellowship at morning tea in the hall downstairs afterwards.

On the first and third Sundays of each month, we have contemporary-style worship services that are less formal and the music is more contemporary.

On the second and fourth Sundays of each month, we have traditional-style worship services that have a more formal arrangement. We would sing a mixture of traditional and newer hymns.

Church Address

3 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010

Once you enter past the glass front door, turn left and go up the stairs to the second floor.

Parking

Secure off-street parking is available from 10:15 a.m. onward in the underground car park of Sydney Grammar School, directly across the road from the church on Stanley Street. The person on parking duty will be at the car park entrance until about 10:40 a.m. If you arrive late, please come up to church and speak to the steward. We will come down and open the car park for you.

Public Transport

The church is a 10-minute walk from Town Hall train station and a 5-minute walk from Museum train station. Take the Bathurst Street exit at either station. There are also multiple bus stops nearby.

You can use the Transport NSW website to help plan your trip by public transport.

Kid's Church (Sunday School)

During school terms, we have a Kid's Talk after the Bible readings. Afterwards, the children can go downstairs to the church hall for Kid's Church with the teacher and the assistant. The children will return in time for Holy Communion.

Outside of school terms, we provide activity sheets to the children.

Holy Communion

We usually celebrate Holy Communion in every service, except for lay reading services when we do not have a pastor. We welcome all who have been baptised and believe in Jesus Christ to take part in Communion.

The Communion assistants and the pastor will have Communion first, then followed by the rest of congregation in a continuous manner. You can either intinct (partially dip) the wafer bread into the main cup, take from the main cup directly, or use one of the small cups. Gluten-free wafers and non-alcoholic wine are available. Please indicate to the assistants.

We also welcome you to bring young children and infants forward to receive a blessing.

Prayer Requests

There are prayer request cards available on the back of the pews. You are welcome to complete the card and put it in the offering bowl for praying during the general prayers in the service.