The Celtic Way: Spirituality for Today's Lifestyle

~Experiencing God in Community~

Sunday 14th September 7-8.30pm in the cafe. All welcome to the last session of the series. You don't need to have been to other sessions to enjoy this one.

Over 60s Luncheon

Tuesday 16th September 12.30pm $12pp. Don't miss Andrew Clemow, lawyer and Christian Ministry Student as he speaks about "Transitions in the Journey of Life ~from lawyer to preacher &then onto life begins at 60 ~legal issues for seniors". Booking essential. sign up at reception.

Hymn Festival

Saturday 13th September at 7.30pm. Bring friends along to this celebration of great hymns of faith, featuring both group and individual performances. Tickets $20 door sales only.

Inspiring Mission

Assembly Week from 3-7 October. You are invited! 

To find out about taking part in the Inspiring Mission Programme go here to learn more. There are so many options this year for General Assembly... there really is something for everyone, it's not just a business meeting. Will you attend a stream, a workshop or two, or the evening worship sessions? And running alongside all of this is the National Youth Gathering!


At St Columba, there are a number of weekly opportunities to meet together to worship God, listen to the preaching of His word and pray together.

We know that there lots of different ways in which people experience God, so we offer several different flavours of service.  However, they all share a warm welcome, an accessible message and a desire to connect with God and with each other.

Anyone is welcome to attend – no previous church experience is required!

Sunday 8.30am, Auditorium

Our 8.30am service provides an opportunity to worship God through hymns of faith, prayer, Bible-based preaching and quiet reflection. Communion is shared every second Sunday.

A children’s programme is offered for kids up to Year 6. Tea and coffee is served in the café after the service.

Sunday 10.30am, Auditorium

Our 10.30am service is an informal meeting – often our music team leads us in singing contemporary songs and we hear a Bible-based message that reflects our desire to integrate our faith with real life. Bread and wine is available after the service and full  communion is shared on the second Sunday in March, June and September, and on the first Sunday in December.

A children’s programme is offered for kids up to Year 6 and a youth programme runs for those in Years 7–13. Tea and coffee is served in the café after the service.

Thursday 10.30am, Chapel

Our Thursday morning service is a friendly and welcoming fellowship of people who provide a wonderful support base for one another. Communion is shared on the second Thursday in March, June and September, and on the first Thursday in December.  Morning tea is served in the café after the service.

If travelling to the Church is difficult, please contact the Church office on (09) 274 4864 to see if transportation can be arranged.