Rev David Hann: 03 9836 4601
Rev David Hann leading the Sunday morning service

Sunday morning service

What to expect

As a result of the current pandemic lockdown in Melbourne, all services are streaming live online via our CPC YouTube channel.

  • English language service (90 min) held in the church nave
  • A multi-cultural mix of (100+) people usually in attendance
  • Children’s talk, song, and prayer
  • Offering & ‘Prayer for others’
  • Expository sermon (approx. 25 min)
    • English outline and/or Korean written-translation generally available
  • Hymns* (pipe organ & piano)
    • Choruses on the fourth Sunday of the month (band & worship singers)
  • Hymnals available at the entrance and in the pews
  • Bible readings** (Old and New Testaments)
    • Projected in three languages: English, Korean, and JapaneseBibles available at the entrance and in the pews
  • Morning tea/fellowship time (in the Forest Hall following the service)

Rejoice! (the Hymn Book of the Presbyterian Church of Australia)
*Bible versions commonly read: ESV, NIV, RSV

First Sunday of the month

  • Combined service with the Japanese congregation
  • Children’s talk, song, and prayer
  • Sacraments: baptism and communion (sharing of the bread and ‘wine’)
  • Expository sermon (approx. 20 min)
    • English outline and/or Korean and Japanese written-translations generally available
  • Hymns (pipe organ & piano)

Facilities

  • Parking available on site (20 cars) with ample street parking nearby
  • Accessible (disabled) parking available via the driveway on the west side of the church
  • Service stewards on hand to welcome and help with special needs
  • Crèche room (unsupervised, please remain with your baby/toddler)
  • Toilets (incl. disabled bathroom)
  • ‘Forrest Hall’ including kitchen servery for morning tea
  • Classrooms — Sunday school for primary-age children (years 1–6)
  • Outdoor grass play area (unsupervised, please remain with your child)

Sunday school program

  • Primary-age children leave the service prior to the ‘Prayer for others’
  • Group worship time (songs and prayer)
  • Five classroom groups (age-appropriate Bible studies and activities)
  • Strictly two teachers per classroom
  • Morning tea
  • Children are released to rejoin parents once the church service is over