We can’t wait to see you!
We’re meeting face-to-face again at 8.30am very Sunday for our family worship service, but COVID-19 guidelines will make things a little different for now.
Please note that our services are limited to 91 people (including kids), and each week you will need to book in advance for seats.
On booking you will receive guidelines about attending (which you can also read here). Please arrive early (we suggest between 8.00am and 8.20am) to check in and find your seats. Wherever you are seated, please visit the check-in desk as soon as you arrive and follow the Welcome Team’s directions.
If you haven’t booked
If you haven’t booked, we unfortunately can’t guarantee you a seat. If you do come along, you’ll be asked to wait at the check-in table until 8.25am to see what seats remain available. Please follow the Welcome Team’s directions.
If you’ve booked, but you arrive late
If you’ve booked, but you arrive after 8.25am, you may forfeit your seat to those waiting. To avoid this, please try to arrive between 8.00am and 8.25am. Please follow the Welcome Team’s directions.
Also, if you feel uncertain about gathering or your are considered vulnerable (as per the health department’s definition below), please don’t feel under any pressure to attend. Thanks for your patience, we look forward to gathering with you in-person or online.
'And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbour as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”' (Mark 12:30–31 ESV)
Book for services
Click the buttons on the right to let us know how many seats your family or household needs for upcoming services. You can also book by calling the church office on (07) 5445 8933, or emailing us at email@example.com.
You can also book for Sunday week by clicking here.
If you have any difficulty registering for services, please contact the church office on (07) 5445 8933 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration indicates agreement that:
- You do not have any symptoms associated with COVID-19 (i.e. fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, sneezing/runny nose or loss of sense of smell);
- You do not have COVID-19 nor are you awaiting the results from being tested for COVID-19;
- You have not been in contact with any known or suspected cases of COVID-19 in the past 14 days;
- You have not returned, or been in contact with anyone who has returned, from overseas or a COVID-19 hotspot in the past 14 days.
Vulnerable people include:
- – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 50 years and older, with one or more chronic conditions;
- – People 65 years and older with chronic health conditions (specified by Department of Health);
- – People 70 years and older; and People with compromised immune systems (specified here by Department of Health).
Guidelines for Attending Services
We’re so delighted that we’re able to meet again in-person.
The guidelines on the left are in place to help keep everyone safe as we gather together on a Sunday to worship God and encourage one-another.
Here are answers to some questions you might be asking as we relaunch.
Yes! Our music team is back to lead us in singing during our services. At this stage we’re only singing every second week, and reading Psalms in worship together on alternate weeks.
We’re looking forward to seeing families joining us as we relaunch. Please reserve seats for all kids as well (including in prams or in arms), as we need our total numbers are still restricted.
During the service we will still have a Kids’ Spot, and we have relaunched our Sunday School.
Please note the Parents’ Room will not be in use for now.
Yes! We’re celebrating a monthly COVID-safe Lord’s Supper from 04-Oct using pre-packaged elements. Those who are gluten-intolerant should bring their own bread, and those watching at home should prepare their own bread and grape juice.
Unfortunately we’re unable to offer morning tea after the service at this stage. We’re encouraging everyone to move out promptly after the service to assist the cleaning and pack-up team.
You are welcome to gather in the back yard and playground after the service, and kids may use the play equipment.
We also encourage you to join with others after the service (as is COVID safe for you) at home or at other venues, such as local cafes.
You could also connect with a Grace Community Group during the week to dig deeper and share in fellowship. If you would like to join a group (in-person or online, depending upon the group), please contact us.
To minimise contact, we will not having a collection during the service. Instead, you may give online (details here) or bring your gift in a sealed envelope and place it in the mail slot next to the office door in the foyer.
If you wish to wear a mask to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we have no problem with that. You’re welcome to wear your mask to church. However, even if you wear a mask, you must still comply with the registration agreement above.
You are welcome to bring along a printed service outline (link in the weekly email), and we will be placing printed outlines on every second chair 3 days in advance of each service.
If your question is not addressed above, please contact the church office on (07) 5445 8933 or email@example.com