Visit Contemporary Services in East Lindfield

We’d love to meet you this Sunday. Here’s everything you need to know about coming along. 

Join us for a Sunday service!

At our Contemporary services in East Lindfield, we enjoy meeting together with all ages and stages to hear from the Bible. We are a Bible believing church and keep the Bible at the centre of our Sunday gatherings.

We have a kids church for our kids to hear from the Bible too!

We meet at St Peters 110A Tryon Rd East Lindfield.

Sunday 10.15am

Morning service + kids church

Sunday 5pm

Night service + kids church

Here's what to expect when you come along.

Before the service

Parking is on Tryon Rd. It can be busy on a Sunday morning so you may need to add a couple more minutes to your morning to park.

When you step into church we’d love to welcome you with a big smile and a name tag. Everyone at church wears a name tag (so you don’t need to worry about remembering everyone’s names!)

Our kids stay with us for the beginning of the church service as we sing so they can have a feel for what church is like too! Then during the service the service leader will let you know when it’s time for the kids to go with their kids church leaders. They will meet just underneath the main hall.

During the service

We sing. Singing together with a group can feel like a funny thing to do! We love to sing together to our great God and sing of and remind one another of the great things He has done. You are very welcome to just listen and reflect on the words of the song that will be on the screen.

We listen to the Bible. We are a Bible believing church and the Bible sits at the centre of what we do at church on Sundays. In the service we will hear it read out to us as well as hear someone speak about what that particular part of the Bible is teaching us.

We pray. Praying is talking to God and we love that God hears us when we talk to Him. Prayer on Sundays looks like someone praying up the front on behalf of us. In this time, sit and listen and if you agree with the words said, feel free to say ‘Amen!’ which means ‘I agree’.

Some weeks at church we participate in communion – eating bread and drinking grape juice – to remember Jesus and His death on the cross. If you come on a week of communion we encourage you to sit and listen and reflect, but there is no need or expectation to actively participate.

Note that some weeks we ask the church to read lines of a Psalm or a prayer altogether, where everything is explained to the church as the service goes by. You are welcome to join in or just listen, there is no pressure for participation in anything you are not comfortable with.

After the service

After our services we love to spend (informal) time in community with one another over morning tea at our morning service or dinner at our evening service. It’s a lovely time to get to know people and see more of what church is about.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are one church – Living Hope Anglican, on two sites in Killara and East Lindfield. On maps, these church buildings are called St Martin’s and St Peter’s respectively.

We are one church – Living Hope Anglican, on two sites in Killara and East Lindfield. On maps, these church buildings are called St Martin’s and St Peter’s respectively.

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We start on time and aim for our services to be just over an hour – shorter than a movie!

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Great question! Come along on Sunday and our welcomers can point you in the right direction. Otherwise, feel free to contact bek@lha.church for any questions you have!

We have a series called the Life series starting on the 20 May for 4 weeks exploring who Jesus is, what He came to do and what this means to our lives. Find out more here.

Yes! On Sundays we’ve got kids church and a youth bible study for teens, as well as a bunch of programs throughout the week for both kids and teenagers. Head here to find out more.

Yes! Learn more about our Mandarin/Cantonese Bi-lingual service.

Our kids are a precious gift from God

Check out all the ways that we seek to serve and nurture the children of our church. 

There’s a place for you here, we'd love to meet you.