Morning Church - Sundays 9am

PLAN YOUR VISIT

We’d love to welcome new guests to our services and activities

City Heat Presbyterian Church

13 Hasking Street, Caboolture, Qld
Morning Church 9am Sundays

WHEN - Sundays

9am – Morning Church

(FROM NOV 3)
7.30am – Brekkie Church
9.30am – Morning Church

WHERE

13 Hasking Street 

Caboolture

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WHAT

Our services are suitable for people of all ages and stages of life. We have a Kids Time as part of the 9am service.

A Church For the Whole Family

At City Heart we welcome people of all ages. We want church to be a place where everyone in your family feels like they belong.

When you plan your visit, here are a few things that can help you:

Parking

There is plenty of  parking in the council carpark opposite the church and reserved car spaces in our front car park for elderly and disabled. You can also park in Anne St or East St. As well as the main entrance from Hasking St, there is also another entrance from East St. Our East St parking spaces are reserved as a play area for children.

Environment

Our services including singing, prayer Bible reading, Kids time and a Bible talk. 

75 Mins

Morning church lasts for about 75 minutes and this is followed by morning tea which is provided free of charge. 

What to wear

When ou viist City Heart church, dress comfortably. We are more concerned to meet you than with what you waer. We will not ask you to wear a visitors badge, stand up or stand out in any way. 

We value Safety when it comes to young people

City Heart Presbyterian Church is comitted to the safety and holistic wellbeing of all children (all persons under 18 years of age) involved in our events. To ensure that children and young people are kept safe from harm, our staff and volunteers are required to possess a current blue card; agree to adhere to a Code of Conduct when working with children; and undergo training in Safe Ministry with Children (PresSafe). See the PresSafe website.

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In the heart of the city with a heart for God and the city.