Holiday Kids Church

We are welcoming families back to church by offering a 4 week Kids Program for children between Preschool and Yr 6 which will run during the sermon time, commencing 10 Jan.

If you would like your child/children to be included in any of these sessions please complete the attached Permission Form or contact Julie in our Church Office to register.


Returning to Church Nov Update

We have increased the limit to 55 people in the Auditorium and Hall.

Bookings on the website will close at 9pm on a Saturday night.

Note: Service team members (including Cleaning And Ushering team members) do not need to make a booking to attend the service at which they are serving.

If you need to cancel, just do this via the TryBooking site.

Returning to Church Information (Oct 2020) – Updated 22nd Oct

To our church family

Albion Park Anglican Church will be open for members of our church family to attend from Sunday 1st November 2020 with all services being held in the main building and at this stage there will be just the one service at 9.30am.

We would like to warmly invite you to come to church, albeit at this stage with restricted numbers.

Remember though, that while we still gather for the same purpose – to meet God through His word and to praise and worship Our Lord Jesus Christ, church will not look or at times not feel like it did before Covid 19.

As in many settings there are requirements we must follow in line with Public Health Orders and Diocesan directives – following these directives will help us to care for and love each other and ensure the health and safety of everyone returning to church.

As we slowly re-open the church to meet together, also please remember that services will continue to be live-streamed, recorded and available on DVD/CD.

To attend a service, you will need to book your place beforehand. We are currently limited to 35 people in the main church building.

Please do not attend church unless you have booked in.

Process for booking attendance at church
Before booking to attend a service please follow the link to the COVID rules and requirements which will be found near the “Book a Seat” button on the APAC Website. Bookings for a Service will close on the proceeding Friday at 9pm.

  1. On our APAC Web Page (very front page) we will have a booking link (eg “Book a Seat”)
  2. This link will take you to a TryBooking website with a big orange “Book Now” button on the top right of the page – you can use this “Book Now” button or proceed to the available sessions showing at the bottom of the page
  3. Click next to the session/day you wish to book for
  4. You can use the + or – to change the number of seats you want to book (maximum 6) – Click Next
  5. Enter your details – first name, last name, E-mail address, E-mail address again to ensure you typed it correctly the first time
  6. Click Purchase (there is no cost and you will not be asked for any banking/credit card details)
  7. You should then be advised that your transaction was successful
  8. An E-mail will be sent to you confirming your booking

Click the below link to see the requirements:

COVID Requirements

The Word – One to One

As promised, an introduction to this exciting plan for sharing the Bible with our friends and relatives as we pray for opportunities to introduce them to Jesus.

God will prepare the way. He will prepare people to accept the invitation to read the Bible with us and He will bring people to faith. As Rico says, we simply need to have confidence that the Bible is the actual Word of God, that Jesus is who He says He is and that He will convict people of the Truth and open their eyes to trust in Him. He changes hearts and lives. Do we believe that? Has He changed your belief and life? He’ll do that for others also.

Our church has purchased resources to get us started in “The Word One to One” tool. In the coming weeks opportunity will be given for those interested to participate in a group meeting and be introduced to the plan as we seek to make Jesus known.

Here are a couple of video links:

Go Ahead and Ask

“Go Ahead and Ask”
On Sunday, Ian encouraged us all to look at this inspiring article and pray that God may lead us into situations in which we are able to share the good news of salvation in Jesus. It reminds us that “we don’t know what God is doing in someone else’s life”. Therefore, we should keep our eyes open for opportunities to share Jesus with those we meet, following His leading and trusting Him to give us the words and to do His work.