Frequently Asked Question


Our 10am Sunday services are live-streamed to our Facebook, Youtube and Twitter services.

Never been to church? Or coming back after a while... it's all good.

Hey, we are just normal folks. You will find people from all walks of life.
Young, old, kids, families and singles.

We are a vibrant church, Sunday services see us full of energy and fun.

You are most welcome.  

Sunday 9:30 am we are chatting in the lobby over a coffee getting ready for the 10 am service.

We love kids!

We welcome them in our services, they sing, dance and play.
Noisy at times, sure, but we love their joyful sounds!

If the real little ones need some extra care or feeding we have a parent's room at the back of the main hall, keep watching the service while having a little extra privacy.

Around 10:30 am the kids head out to our awesome kid's church just for them, full of the same vibrant energy of the big church. Our special kid's team bring fun, dancing, games, songs, crafts and teaching about God.

We have a big car park around the main church building, drive straight in on the left, down the side and out the back, any free spot is yours. Some folks park on the street that's cool too.

Hey, come as you are.
"Sunday Best" not required.
I guess if we had to label it, "Neat Casual" would fit.
We would rather just see you here! Don't stress.

Great question, just turn up on a Sunday! You'll be greeted at the door, a handshake (or a hug if your game). Just say "I'm new" and someone will grab you a coffee, show you where everything is and help you get settled. Don't forget to grab a "Welcome Pack" full of information about Life Church.

Hang around after church, more coffee (and snacks!) get to know us, ask lots of questions.

Give us a call during the week if you would like to chat.
Check us out on Social Media we are always ready to talk.

We sure do and it's awesome!
We say it's a service with an "African Flavour".
Our African folks run this service at the Kialla Public Hall each Sunday afternoon.

Not African, not a problem you are most welcome!
Someone will be happy to translate for you if your Swahili isn't as good as your English.
However, you'll quickly find praise and worship to God transcends language. 

If you have never been to this kind of service you are missing out. Singing, dancing and solid Bible-based teaching about God. All expressed in the culture and language of a different country.