Kirribilli Neutral Bay

Our Church Gatherings

Everyone is welcome to attend any of our church gatherings. We understand that visiting somewhere new can be a bit nerve-racking, so if you read below, we will tell you about what happens on a Sunday or click here to find answer some commonly asked questions.

Each Sunday, we have 8 church gatherings that meet across our Kirribilli and Neutral Bay locations.  At Church by the Bridge Kirribilli, these gatherings take place at 8am, 9.45am, 3.30pm, 5.30pm and 7pm. At St Augustine's Neutral Bay, these gatherings take place at 8am10am and 6pm.

Below are more details on the gatherings at Kirribilli. Please click here for more details on the gatherings at Neutral Bay.

Each gathering has dedicated congregational pastoral teams, plus our Senior Pastor Paul Dale will regularly attend all 8 gatherings across both locations.


 

Sunday at 8am

This is a traditional Anglican church service, with communion celebrated every week (except for the first Sunday of the month). This service follows the Common Prayer liturgy, with hymns sung to the accompaniment of an organ. This service doesn't have any facilities for children (see Sunday at 9.45am or 3.30pm at Kirribilli or 10am at Neutral Bay if you have children). Morning tea follows the church service in the courtyard.

  

Our pastors at 8am are James Galea - email him here and Andrew West - email him here 

Our Mercy Ministries Co-ordinator Viv Chapman, also regularly attends 8am - email her here


 

Sunday at 9.45am

This church service is contemporary, with modern songs, prayer, and a Bible talk. There are also regular times to share encouragement, and we celebrate communion once a month. This service has the largest number of families with children, and our largest creche and Kids Church. Morning tea follows the church service in the courtyard.

A creche is provided for children aged 0-2 years. Kids Church is provided for children aged 3-12 years. Both creche and Kids Church commence during the church service - please bring your children into church, and we’ll let you know when to go out. Please note: for the safety of your children, you will need to check your children in and out of creche and Kids Church.  A private nursing area is available in the Hub, adjacent to the Hall, with a video feed of the church service.

   

Our pastors at 9.45am are James Galea – email him here and Children's Pastor Naomi De Vries - email her here  (Naomi is currently on maternity leave - please email our Acting Children's Pastor Betsy Rodgers here)

Our Well-being & Care Director Sarah Condie, also regularly attends 9.45am - email her here, as does our Music & Gatherings Director Curtis Smith - email him here


 

Sunday at 3.30pm

This church service is contemporary, with modern songs, prayer, and a Bible talk. There are also regular times to share encouragement, and we celebrate communion once a month. We have people from a wide range of ages and backgrounds, including a large number of families with small children. Afternoon tea follows the church service in the courtyard.

We run a creche for children aged 0-2 years. Kids Church is also provided for children aged 3-12 years. Both creche and Kids Church commence during the church service - please bring your children into church, and we’ll let you know when to go out. Please note: for the safety of your children, you will need to check your children in and out of creche and Kids Church.  A private nursing area is available in the Hub, adjacent to the Hall, with a video feed of the church service.

   

Our pastors at 3.30pm are Andrew West – email him here‚Äč and Naomi De Vries - email her here (Naomi is currently on maternity leave - please email our Acting Children's Pastor Betsy Rodgers here)

Our Mercy Ministries co-ordinator Viv Chapman, also regularly attends 3.30pm - email her here


 

Sunday at 5:30pm

This church service is contemporary, with modern songs, prayer, and a 30-minute Bible talk. There are also regular times to share encouragement, and we celebrate communion once a month. This service doesn't have any facilities for children (see Sunday at 9.45am or 3:30pm if you have children). Supper follows the church service in the Hall.

  

Our pastors at 5.30pm are James Galea – email him here and Susan An - email her here

 

 


 

Sunday at 7pm 

This church service is contemporary, with modern songs, prayer, and a Bible talk. There are also regular times to share encouragement, and we celebrate communion once a month. This service doesn't have any facilities for children (see Sunday at 9.45am or 3.30pm at Kirribilli or 10am at Neutral Bay if you have children). Supper follows the service in the church.

  

Our pastors at 7pm are Ed Yorston – email him here and Susan An - email her here