NEW HERE AT RAFT?
WELCOME TO RAFT!
RAFT runs a newcomers afternoon tea/supper once a quarter. At this event you will learn about the history, staff, various ministries, and how you can get involved and support our community. Our next newcomers event will he held at the church on Wednesday Evening, November 8th from 7:30pm. Please RSVP by emailing the office.
Arriving on a Sunday
When you arrive at RAFT, you will be greeted at the door by a friendly member of our welcoming team. The welcoming team will do their best to ensure you feel welcome and comfortable during the service by introducing you to other members and showing you where to find the toilets and parents room are, along with where the children’s and youth programs are held.
Our Sunday Services
There is great diversity in the style of services we run.
- The 8:30am service is a traditional Anglican Prayer Book service, celebrating Holy Communion most Sundays.
- The 10:30am family service is s contemporary Anglican service which includes a children’s and youth program.
Regardless of which service you attend at RAFT, you can expect to meet with God and his people, in the name of Jesus Christ, worshiping and encountering him through our songs, bible readings, preaching, prayer and fellowship.
After the Service
At the conclusion of each service, we invite you to hang around and join us for morning tea/supper. This is a chance for us to get to know you better, for you to ask any questions and to meet the ministers. So please don’t make a quick getaway at the conclusion of the service. We would love to meet you!
Communicating with RAFT
As you enter through the main doors on the right you will find the connect board. Here you can find a yellow visitors card and green communication card. We encourage all our visitors to fill out the yellow form so that we have your details and can be in touch. If you require a name-tag or have any further questions, please make use of the green form. These forms can be dropped in the communications box next to the door of the office.