As happens sometimes, these groups can change venues or times for special events. Please contact the office before attending these groups for the first time to make sure that there has been no change.
Prayer Groups We meet together at the church office to pray for our church Mondays 1.30pm and pray for our town on Tuesdays. We also encourage our church to pray and fast on Tuesdays.
For Men The men meet monthly on Saturday mornings at 7.30am for a BBQ breakfast and guest speakers. They also get together for other activities that men like to be involved in including 4WD and going to events.
Home Groups Our home groups are currently held on Thursday nights at 7.30pm. If you would like to be involved in a home group, please contact the pastor.
Religious Education Every week during the school term a number of people go into the local school and share about God. We also closely support the School Chaplaincy program in local school.
Playgroup The playgroup meets every Tuesday 9 - 11am during school terms and is a place for children under 5yrs and their parent or guardian. Come and meet other parents/guardians while enjoying some play time with your child. Activities can include craft, dress ups, story time, singing, and playing with the many toys and learning tools available.
Men's Shed This is a place for men to get together with other men, while using and learning building skills to help others. Men's Shed is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings 8:30am - 12.30pm.
Walking Group Like to walk around the local area? Every Tuesday morning at 8.15am and Friday mornings at 9am a group of walkers meet at the church office to walk around the local streets. A fun and gentle way to get some exercise.
Community Care We realise that there are many people in our community who have unpredicted needs. We try to support those people through friendship and physical assistance where we can. We also work closely with other assistance organisations.
CIYA ( Connecting in Yandina Area) CIYA is a Community Fun Program connecting people in the local area. Please go to the CIYA page for the program and contacts.