What Do You Believe?
Does the Church have rules or traditions to follow?



We welcome people of all cultures and backgrounds with a generous spirit of inclusion.


We seek to empower every member of the Body of Christ through developing the gifts of the Spirit and to enhance their natural God given abilities and skills.


We believe that this is God’s world and that the Holy Spirit is at work leading us towards proclamation and mission. We claim the world as sacred because it belongs to the Creator and we celebrate the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion as a regular declaration of the sovereignty of God.


We are convinced the purpose of the church is not to be occupied solely by it’s own life but rather to work for the transformation of the world to better reflect God’s intention for His world. Justice and goodness need to be embedded in the structures of our society.


Working with others

An openness to work with all Christians for the good of the Kingdom of God.


A priority toward the communication of the Christian message and its practical application in the world.

The Centrality of the Cross

We see the action of Christ on the cross – his death and resurrection – as central to understanding the person and purpose of Jesus.


Affirming our personal faith in the public act of believer’s baptism.


Celebrating regular communion as part of the normal worship of the church.


Local churches are self-governing using a team ministry approach consisting of minister, elders and deacons.


We recognise that there are a range of views amongst Christians on important matters and we desire to honestly debate issues without dividing the Body of Christ.