We hope that you will come along and visit us, and experience the transforming love of Jesus who is alive and present with us by his Holy Spirit. You will find a warm welcome here; we look forward to meeting you.
The story of Abimelech is an example of the appalling abuse of power when one person has total control. The end of Abimelech points us forward to that day when all evil rulers will meet their end and the world and God’s people will know peace not just for a little while but for eternity in the light of Christ.
The latest newsletter is here. Revd. Michael Stuart
How to book for the three Sunday Services 8am, 9:30am, and 5pm
You can register at Trybooking. It is a simple process. Registrations are open from Mondays to Saturdays before each Sunday service and no registrations can be made on the day of the service. We will keep a record of attendance to be safe. If you can’t register online and you want to attend you can register through the church office 9341 5572 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday before 12 noon only. Sermons (but not full services) will continue to be streamed on the Facebook group for those not attending.
As a church community, we are seeking to put Jesus Christ first in all that we do, say and are as a body of believers, and at the same time to be looking 'outwards' to the community around us which we serve.
Finding out more
Here you'll find some useful information about the church and the groups that we run and ways that you can contact one of the staff here at KAC. But of course the best way to find out about KAC is to come along to one of our services or mid–week groups to get a feel for who we are and what we believe.
Services on Sunday 5th of July We can now have up to 100 people attend provided we keep 1.5 metres apart from each other, aside from couples and families. The chairs will be spaced accordingly.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The AGM will be on the 9th August 2020 after a combined service.