Sunday 5 July – Church Live and in Person
On Sunday 5 July we will once again be meeting onsite in our 3 gatherings at 9am, 11am and 6pm. We’re so excited to have the opportunity to meet all together, so bring yourself and your family as we sit, in person, under God’s mighty word! We will have a special one-off sermon about the ‘Grace of our Great God’ looking at 1 Peter 5 and we’ll celebrate the fact that we can once more meet face to face.
To help create a safe and healthy environment for all those who attend please follow the COVID-safe procedures while onsite. To help create a safe environment, as we return to meeting in person, at this stage we won’t:
- Have morning tea or supper (but hope to in the near future).
- Handing out church Bibles, handouts, or pens. We are asking that you bring your own Bible, pen and a notebook.
- Be able to congregationally sing until further restrictions from the government are lifted.
We are so excited about seeing you all and hope that you will be able to join us for this special Sunday.
Live-streaming Church from Sunday 5 July
We’re aware that some people may not be ready to gather onsite with others for a variety of reasons. We want to make sure that we’re still looking after you, that you’re regularly being feed by God’s word, and have the opportunity to interact with what we are doing as a church. So from Sunday 5 July, we’ll be live-streaming church through our church online page. On this page, you’ll find the sermon outline, Bible passage, the live-feed of our service each week, and other helpful resources for you to continue to be able to connect with us at Northmead. We hope that as the situation continues to improve you’ll be able to once again meet with us in person.
KidsAlive at 9am & 11am from Sunday 5 July
We love kids at Northmead and we’re so excited to be able to run our Sunday morning kids’ programs once again. Our 2 family services have awesome programs every Sunday. These are jam-packed with games, time to play, craft, activities, songs, memory verses, Bible stories, and small groups. These are led by young adults, older teens, and parents, who all love to lead little ones to Jesus.
If you’re new to Northmead Anglican Church there will be someone at the door, when you arrive, who can direct you to where you and your family need to go.