Sunday Morning – 10.30 am Family Worship.
For the whole family for the first part of the service (which usually includes a family address) Children of all ages are welcome. They join in the first quarter of the service then depart to their various classes in the Junior Church from the Crêche for children under 3, through Beginners, Primary, Juniors to Searchers and Seniors. Coffee is normally served after the service for members and friends to meet and chat.
International Christian Church – Sunday 10.30 am
All welcome. Attended by many of Redland Park`s large Korean congregation. View their (Korean language) website: http::www/cafe.daum.net/bristolchurch
Sunday Evening – held monthly on the third Sunday at 6.00 pm
Communion Service. Traditional quiet form; the duty elder usually reads the lesson(s).
Fortnightly on Sundays – 7.30 pm service
Free flowing worship with open prayers, discussions, bible study and hymn singing (with the emphasis on more modern hymns); these services are generally lay led.
These are held when our uniformed organisations parade to morning service.
Baptisms, weddings, funerals:
Ecumenical services between four local churches are held annually. These include Tyndale Baptist Church, Victoria Methodist Church, St Paul`s Anglican Church and Redland Park United Reformed Church.
Normally served at morning service on the first Sunday of each month and at the monthly evening service on the third Sunday each month.
Elders help the Minister in the pastoral care of people helped by the Pastoral Committee. Hospital visiting is carried out by members of the Pastoral Committee.
Visitors are also assigned to visit members or friends who may be hospitalised.
Full sets of Rejoice and Sing, Mission Praise and New Church Praise are available and regularly used; copies of the international version of the Good News Bible are kept in the pews