Services:  Merriwa, Mullaloo & Online: Sunday @ 10am
Latest News

Latest News

Gathering Online this Sunday 10am

The church is made for moments like this! We’re excited about the opportunity we have as The Church, as the people of God, to bring peace wherever we go. Watch this update from Ps Dean to encourage you about the road ahead!

Streaming LIVE this Sunday 10am

Tune in with us this Sunday LIVE from 10am! We may not be able to gather in-person but we will continue to meet online and stay connected. We will worship together, be encouraged from God’s word and explore ways we can all connect in the weeks ahead. Take the time and make your plans to tune in and join us!

Compass Kids

We will also have video content and activities (for each age group) from our Compass Kids team available on Sunday morning. You can watch with your kids, use the discussion guides and do daily devotionals as a family!

Future Weeks

In the coming weeks we will continue to explore how best to continue meeting as a church. Stay connected via our website and social media channels, and most of all let’s look after one another. We’re praying we’ll see God do things we’ve never seen before in this season!

Helpful Resources

Ps Phil, shared about bringing the Peace of Jesus! If you didn’t see it – take the time to view it and reflect on how you can bring the Peace of Jesus to those you’re living alongside!

“We’ve got an opportunity over the next few weeks, in your life and in the communities that you’re present in to bring peace!  How will you change the narrative? How will you be a part of protecting those in our community that need it most? Bring the peace of Jesus to the people you’re living alongside.”

We also heard from Ps Dean on what the next steps are for us a church in response to COVID-19 and how we can be known for Love! Watch Ps Dean’s message below.

How are we to be people known for love? We are a people and a church, united by one thing – to acknowledge Jesus as our King. We’re a community committed to one another and committed to being a blessing to the world around us.”