Centenary High School Performing Arts Complex (PAC)
1 Moolanda Street, Jindalee
Our service is held in the PAC building of the school. Click Here for the school map.
**Please note that from Sunday 26th August we will no longer be meeting at the above location. Our services will be permanently relocated to Westside church of Christ, 11 Intrepid Street, Jamboree Heights.
PARENTS WITH CHILDREN
For children aged 1-12 years old.
Hope Kids is an action packed ministry with music, teaching, games and FUN to reach and teach children all about Jesus.
Please sign in your children at the Kids Check-In desk on the Ground Floor.
For parents with children aged 0-1 yrs old. Enjoy the entire service from the comfort of the Parents Space, complete with change facilities and play area. Ask one of our friendly Hope Team volunteers to show you to the Parents Space.
Located at the entry of the Performing Arts Complex.
We have plenty of on street parking within a short distance to our front doors. Off street parking is available via Curragundi Rd. Keep an eye out for our signs for the perfect spot for you!
Nick + Kirsty Emery
WHAT'S NEXT FOR YOU
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Ages 1 - 12
Hope Kids is an action packed ministry with music, teaching, games and FUN to reach and teach children all about Jesus. Hope Kids runs in both our Sunday AM and PM services.
Grade 7 – 9
Fusion is a great connection point for middle school students, helping transition them into youth ministry and adult church. We meet fortnightly, during the Sunday morning service.
Grade 7 - 12
The Embassy is Hope Centre's Youth Ministry. Join us for live praise and worship, life changing messages and heaps of fun!
Ages 18 - 25
HCYA gather throughout the year for nights of worship, Biblical teaching and food. Our greatest connection is through Life Groups.
Hope Builders creates a platform for connection, leadership input and practical teaching among marketplace professionals; and provides opportunity to expand the reach of Hope Centre and the message of Jesus into the cities in which we work and live, through meaningful, positive relationships and practical input.
The heart of Hope Centre Women is to foster healthy relationships with each other and within the community.We have three gatherings in the year, culminating in She Stands for Justice, our annual women's conference - which practically empowers women to put love (justice) in action.
Our men gather regularly throughout the year to serve in our community, worship together and hang with great mates.
We meet midweek for a church service and morning tea. There’s also a range of activities to get involved in, including day trips, lunches, guest speakers, singing and citywide gatherings. So, your social calendar can be as busy or as laid back as you want it to be!