Sunday Service

Currently the 6:30pm congregation is meeting in person and a livestream is provided for those who cannot join us in person.

The 6:30pm congregation is a diverse one, ranging from teenagers to senior citizens, but with lots of students and people in their 20s and 30s. We regularly have visitors and guests, including those who are exploring Christianity. Everyone is welcome and invited to stay for refreshments afterwards. The service combines contemporary music, Anglican liturgy, corporate prayer, Bible readings and a sermon. We celebrate Holy Communion once a month. We encourage everyone to join a mid-week group as the best way to grow in their faith: Impact for teenagers, Focus/iFocus for undergrads, Thesis for postgrads, Roots for 20s and 30s and fellowship groups for everyone else.

We encourage adults to wear a mask for the service. For those who would like to be in an area where people are also socially distanced, there is an area set aside in the gallery for this, and a smaller area for those who are less mobile near the font at the back of church. If you would like to sit in these areas, you please reserve a place in advance so we can ensure enough space is set aside. Please see the ‘What’s On‘ page and click on the relevant service to book in.


6:30 Team

Glenn Nesbitt

Curate (6:30pm Congregation Leader & Postgraduate Students)

Nancy-Page Lowenfield

Associate Minister
(Female Postgraduates)

Annabel Heywood

(Roots, Women & Parish)

Sam Gillespie

Youth Worker

Andrew Turnbull

(City Congregation Leader & Roots)