Currently, the Church and office are closed until further notice due to the corona-virus pandemic. Please keep an eye on the News section of this page for any future updates about worship. Christ be with you in these difficult times.
Easter Worship (suspended)
- Ash Wednesday February 26, 6pm
- Lenten Devotions, Wednesdays, 6pm: March 4, 11, 18, 25 and April 1
- Maundy Thursday 7.30pm
- Good Friday 10am
- Easter Sunday 6.30am, 9am, 11pm, 7pm
Each Sunday, more than 300 people gather for worship at Bethlehem. Find out more about our regular worship services.
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Worship at 9am is a traditional service with organ and choir. The liturgies used are printed in full within Bethlehem's Service Order booklet. Hymns are chosen from the Lutheran Hymnal and Supplement.
Hymnals and Service Order booklets are available from the ushers as you enter the church. The weekly bulletin also contains information about worship.
A children's address is normally held during the service where children in the congregation are invited to the front to spend a short time of learning with one of our pastors.
This worship service is generally quite full so come early, particularly on special festival days.
At 11am, a contemporary worship service is held each Sunday with a band and lead singers. The liturgy, songs, Bible readings and responses are all projected onto the wall using data projection.
Songs are generally selected from the All Together song book series produced by the Lutheran Church of Australia. The liturgy used is flexible, choosing from a variety of pieces of liturgical music.
A children's address is often held during this service where children in the congregation are invited to the front to spend a short time of learning with one of our Pastors.
Read about the music and instruments used at 11am worship.
Evening worship, held at 7pm at Bethlehem, is a traditional service with organ music. The liturgies used are printed in full within Bethlehem's Service Order booklet. Hymns are chosen from the Lutheran Hymnal and Supplement.
Each Sunday, Holy Communion is celebrated in at least one of the services – at 9am, 11am or 7pm.