Coming to a church for the first time can be a little awkward. So to try and make it as less awkward as possible we have answered some questions you might be thinking of:
What is Impact Church like?
We start our services with some singing, after this one of our team members talks about giving and then what events we have coming up. Once we have stretched our legs for a few minutes and said hello to some people one of our pastors will have a conversation about a concept from the bible. Our services, generally, only go for 90 minutes.
What about my kids?
We run Kids Church during our 9am service only. We do encourage parents to engage with their kids on the iKids social media pages where they can watch videos and do activities all focused around the Bible.
We welcome kids with open arms. We have a parents room which is a quiet place where parents and children under 12 months can go and still be part of the service. Children over 12 months can join one of our iKids programs located in the upstairs area of our church. We have two programs, one for those yet to start school and another for those in primary school. You can sign your child in before the service starts and they will then join a volunteer that has had a Blue Card check. You can then collect your child after the service concludes.
Where do I park?
There are limited spaces in front of our church building, this is mainly reserved for those with prams and wheelchairs. The best place to park is across the road directly opposite our building. There is a safe place to cross the road at the northern perimeter of our building.
What do I wear?
We don't expect you to wear your best suit, but rather come in something comfortable.
How can I get connected?
Connection is a behaviour, not a feeling. Two of the best ways to get connected at Impact Church is to attend one of our regular Sunday Services and join a connect group. We also encourage you to follow and engage with us on social media.
We hope we have taken some awkward out of your first visit with us at Impact Church. We want to take this opportunity to invite you to join our service this Sunday.