Our goal as a church is to lead non-believers and believers alike to discover the transforming power of God’s Grace and to be missionaries of that Grace.
Three steps to reach our mission:
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
We acknowledge that our mission is not our own but it is God’s great plan to build His kingdom. He has called us to be his messengers and proclaim the good news of Jesus, but its God who makes his church grow. (1 Corinthians 3:7, Zechariah 4:6, Philippians 4:6, Luke 18:1, Acts 12:5) Therefore we believe we need to depend on God for all enabling. We make our requests, pleas and longings known by prayer.
Weekly Prayer meetings – ask a team member for times.
Regular Prayer and Worship Nights.
It is my judgement, therefore, that we should not make it difficult for the gentiles who are turning to God.
Part of the service on Sunday is to gather as the body of Christ ‘the church’ and Worship. Grace emphasising and God glorifying worship is central to the gathering of the Church and is essential to our Sunday services at Creekside. Within these services, we worship God by remembering the gospel through singing, preaching, praying, baptisms, and communion. Each presents an opportunity for the church to receive, remember, respond, and rejoice in the work of our great God.
We are a church that creates engaging and God glorifying services for everyone. In order that we may be shaped by the transforming truth of the Gospel of Grace.
We believe the good news of Jesus is for all. Whether someone is new to church or has been a follower of Jesus for years, the message of Jesus moves everyone to respond. Our Sunday morning services are about hearing, and responding to God’s mercy, grace and love. They are a place where both believers and non-believers of all ages feel welcome to come as they are and experience the life-changing message of God’s Grace.
Sunday Service 10:00am
A time for the whole family, kids especially catered for
Contemporary music, engaging program, a community where you belong
Bible centred teaching that is challenging, encouraging and engaging
For young Christians, older Christians, or those wanting to know more about Christianity
Connect in Community
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”
Jesus – (John 13:34-35)
In identifying the tri-unity of God, we recognise that God is communal. Bearing the image of God, we are called to reflect this reality.
Though each Christian has a personal relationship with God, that relationship is not individual or private. The Christian faith is not intended to be lived in isolation. We were made for community; relationship with God and with each other. Living in community with one another involves mutual love, care, consistency, and authenticity.
Groups are about living life with others in a small group environment where people can pursue authentic community and growth in their walk with God. Building true authentic community in groups helps facilitate spiritual growth and encourages each other to seek to grow in our intimacy with Jesus by spending time with Him.
If we want to follow Jesus we can’t do it alone. Life is better connected and the way we connect at Creekside is through: Community Groups, Mens groups, and Women’s groups.
Here at Creekside we don’t just see ourselves as a ‘group of people’ but a Family, a Community. God the Father has adopted us as his children and we are united not by blood relations, but by Jesus. We are brothers and sisters in Jesus, and this profoundly shapes our life together.
Part of our role as members of a loving family is to care for each others needs. As part of our Groups ministry we seek to fulfil the pastoral needs of members of groups at a basic level. For those who are not in a group or need further intensive care and prayer, our pastoral care team share this role to ensure everyone is cared for in our Church community.