Answers to common visitor questions about church.

We hope this helps to make your visit memorable - for all the right reasons.


What can I expect on a Sunday?
Our worship services are characterised by singing, prayer, communion, Bible teaching and an opportunity to catch up over a coffee. You can feel free to participate in any or all of these activities if you feel comfortable to.

How are you handling the coronavirus/COVID pandemic?
All our programs have switched to online forums - including Sunday services, connect groups and prayer gatherings. Parramatta Community Care is currently operating by appointment. More about our response to COVID-19.

How long does the service go for?
Generally our services run for 75 minutes.

Where's the best place to find parking?
We recommend arriving at least 10 minutes before the service starts to help with finding parking on Barney Street. You may also find parking on Castle Street, Iron Street - or at the Bridgestone carpark (corner Church & Barney Street).

How should I dress?
We welcome you as you are - wear whatever you are comfortable to wear.

Do you provide a kids programme?
Yes, we have programmes for primary and pre-school aged children, which run alongside both services. We also provide a cry room/creche for children under 3.

Will I be expected to give money during the service?
There is an offering taken during our services - but you are not at all obliged nor expected to give.

How can I find out more about Jesus?
We'd love to talk to you in person - but you may also find some answers here.


Got another question? Please ask us! You can contact our church office on 9630 3892, or by email.