Connect Grow Serve
Connect With Us
Find out more about who we are and how you can become part of our church family.
Grow With Us
Find our resources here, including daily devotions, Bible talks, and video.
Serve with us
Find out about how you can serve within our church family with a heart for the lost.
Register for our kids holiday program - Community Connect - here!
Who We Are
And Why We Talk About Jesus
That's why we focus on him each Sunday, especially on the cross of Jesus and the redemption and hope he offers to everyone. We'd love you to investigate Jesus for yourself. Come along to one of our services, grab one the biographies of Jesus from the Bible and talk to our friendly Connect team.
We love Jesus
We believe that Jesus, as both God and man, died on the cross in our place and was raised to life to redeem us and so that we might have eternal life.
We love the bible
We believe God wants us to know him through Jesus, and that the Bible is all about Jesus and his great love for us.
we love the church
We believe that people who follow Jesus become part of God’s family, and that we love each other because God first loved us.
we love you
It doesn’t matter who you are, what your background is, or how good or bad you’ve been.. Jesus offers the same hope to everybody through the cross.
The first things we learn of God is that he breathes, and speaks (Genesis 1:2-3) in order to create the universe he has imagined, a universe teeming with life powered by his breath (Genesis 1:29). God’s breath gives life. God’s breath also powers his word, as he speaks to create this universe. Or, as Psalm[…]
Repenting is not just turning away from a way of death, but back towards God’s way of life. His plan for everyone. John retells the creation story in John 1 emphasising the link between God’s word that spoke creation into being, and Jesus as God’s word in the flesh (John 1:1, 14). Jesus is both[…]
Paul talks about what idolatry does to our imaginations at the start of Romans — our thoughts, and desires, are captivated by this stupid way of interacting with the things God made, when everything he made should point us to him. Turning to Jesus is a chance to re-imagine life, God works in us[…]
“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” — Romans 1:20 “When we turn back to see what [the writer of Genesis] says about the original upon which the “image” of God[…]
When we imagine things, and when we create things from our imagination, we are expressing something of the image of God, this aspect of God’s image is at work in all people, everywhere, as we build cultures, and cities, and towns, and houses, as we make art, and write novels, and create movies, TV shows,[…]
Raised with Christ Lyric Video – Creek Road Media – Trevor Hodge from Creek Road on Vimeo. Have you ever tried to imagine what God looks like? Most of us have some kind of mental image of God in our mind. Usually he’s an old-ish looking guy with grey hair, walking round on fluffy clouds.[…]
Who are you? How do you understand what it means not just to be human, but to be you? When you look in the mirror what’s the criteria running through your head while you figure out if you like the image staring back at you? These are profound questions. They’re questions of identity. Who are[…]
This term we’re enjoying our series called ‘The Spirit of Jesus,’ from John’s gospel. Every week we’ll be sharing a ‘Spotlight On…’ blog post from one of our teaching pastors. Each post will be on a key Biblical doctrine that’s especially prominent in John’s gospel. This week’s post is by Phil Strong, our Campus &[…]