What to expect at our 10AM Sunday Worship Service

Everyone is welcome at our Sunday Worship Service.

The service begins at 10AM, finishes around 11AM and is followed by a light morning tea.

At the service we sing praises to God, pray to God and hear from God’s word (we provide a copy of the Bible at the door).

Children are most welcome at our church and we’d much rather have them worship with the whole family of God than be removed. If they make some noise, don’t worry, we love the sound of children in church.  However, if you’d like to take them out at different points, please know that in the hall you can still hear the service.

On the first Sunday of the month we celebrate the Lord’s Supper which is a time where we eat and drink as a reminder of Jesus’ body and blood given for us.  Visitors are also encouraged to take part in this celebration only if they are Christians.

What to expect at our 5:30PM Sunday Prayer Service

Once again, everyone is welcome at our Sunday Prayer Service.

The service begins at 5:30PM and finishes around 6:30PM.

At the service someone leads the congregation in prayer for the world, Australia and Drummoyne Baptist. We also read a chapter the Bible and discuss it. (No one who attends is obliged to pray aloud.)

Bible Study Groups

We provide Bible study groups for opportunities to fellowship, pray, and to engage with God’s Word with other committed Christians.

Each of these small groups carries with it the mission to build up brothers and sisters in the Lord by committed and accountable fellowship. Our studies serve as a fruitful activity which accompanies the corporate fellowship we enjoy during worship on Sundays.

Prayer Meetings

Prayer and praise are the oars by which a man may row his boat into the deep waters of the knowledge of Christ.

– C.H. Spurgeon

We at Drummoyne Baptist put much importance on prayer — and this is why in addition to our Prayer Service on Sundays at 5:30pm, there is also a church prayer meeting on Sundays at 9:40am right before the Worship Service.

Kids Holiday Club
Drummoyne Baptist holds an exciting Kids Holiday Club during school holidays. Click here to find out more.

Explaining Christianity Classes

Would you like to know more about Christianity?  We would love to help you unravel what Christianity is really about. We run a six week course called Explaining Christianity, which is ideal for non-Christians and new Christians alike. They are held as requested.

Men’s and Women’s Meetings

Drummoyne Baptist holds meetings for men and women in order to encourage them in their walk with the Lord Jesus Christ and grow together in devotion to God.

Other church activities include:

• A monthly Church lunch which is held on the first Sunday of the month after the morning service;

Our commitment to the Child Safe Standards
Our Church is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. We understand our responsibilities and statutory duty of care to comply with both the Child Safe Standards and the Reportable Conduct Scheme to build our capacity as a not for profit church, to prevent and respond to allegations of child abuse.

Our Church is committed to implementing and abiding by our Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy based on Child Safe Standards (2022), which accentuates our zero tolerance for child abuse and raising awareness about the importance of child safety in our Church and the community.

We are dedicated to protecting children from abuse and neglect and promote a child safe environment, maintaining children’s wellbeing. We adhere to our comprehensive Child Protection Policy, standing by our mandatory reporting responsibilities to protect children from physical, sexual, emotional and psychological abuse and neglect.

We work to ensure there is clear awareness between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour concerning adults and children. We require clear precincts between children and employees, volunteers and the community to maintain children’s safety.

We are dedicated to promoting cultural safety for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.

We value diversity and treat everyone with love and respect as instructed by our God through the bible.

We are committed to ongoing child protection development for employees, leaders, and volunteers to maintain their ability to distinguish and respond to situations of abuse and neglect, ensuring educators and staff are responsive to their responsibilities in keeping children safe.

We work in collaboration with Creating Safe Spaces (Baptist Union), Breaking the Silence (Presbyterian) and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and have confidence in educating children about their right to be safe. We believe in teaching children what to do if they feel unsafe and encouraging them to express their view and thoughts on matters that directly affect them.

As Christians and ambassadors of God, we listen to and empower children to act on any concerns, they or others may raise which is reflective in our policies and procedures in keeping children safe.