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Sunday Service 10:00 am

Our 10:00am Family service is about worshipping God in a relevant and helpful way together.

It is a relaxed service, with relevant preaching, modern music, BIble readings and prayer times. Most parts of the service are lead by our church members. Our minister usually preaches, although we have a team of 6 other preachers, 5 men and 1 woman, who also assist with this ministry.
We also share in communion together on the first Sunday of each month.

The service usually goes for an hour, although sometimes it can go for an extra 10 minutes, if we have a special item.
There are around 140 people who attend this service each week, and about 50 of them are children, so we make sure we look after our youngest members really well. The children join us for the start of the service, and then go out to their program after the first 15 minutes.

There is a creche area in the small meeting room, for carers with very young children.
There is a "Little Saints" program for 2-5 year olds in the large meeting room - you are welcome to drop your child into this program and leave them with our carers during the service.
"C4K" is our "Church for Kids” - there are two age groups based on school years: K-2 and 3-6. They meet in the main hall.

All of our children's ministry workers and helpers must complete child protection training to meet Diocesan requirements.

Each week, the service is followed by morning tea. It's a great way to get to know each other better.


On the corner of Palmerston Rd and Burdett St near Hornsby Hospital

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Sunday Services

8:30am - Traditional Service
10:00am - Family Service
5:00pm - Modern and informal Service
6:45pm - Youth Service
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Contact Us

Ph: 9489 4793 email: click here
Office Hours: 9am to 5pm Tue, Wed, Thur.

Address: 34 Palmerston Rd. Waitara, NSW

All Saints Anglican Church of Australia Waitara ABN 44161199067

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