Our Rosemeadow 6:30pm Service is our newest congregation – we launched on Sunday 4th June 2017.
Some of our congregations members will bring their own dinner and hang around from about 6:15pm – it’s a great way to get to know people!
The service is less formal than our morning congregations (we don’t say prayers or recite creeds together on a normal Sunday). We sing Christian songs with a live band every week, someone still says some prayers from the front, and the Bible is read and explained. There’s also a ten minute break in the middle of the service to grab a cuppa & catch up. Like our other services, there are a real mix of people attending – but we don’t run a Creche or Sunday School in the evening.
The service normally finishes at about 8:00pm – and because there’s already been time to catch up over dinner & during the coffee break, a lot of people head home to get ready for the week.
Just like our morning service, there’s no need to dress up; most people just wear what’s comfortable.
Our facilities are disability-friendly: we have disabled parking, a ramp at the front door, disabled toilets, but most importantly we’re trying to build a welcoming and inclusive congregation.