So you’re new? Don’t worry, we have all been new at some time or another. It doesn’t matter if you’re new to Gungahlin Anglican Church, new to Gungahlin, or simply even new to Church, we want you to feel welcome. We were hoping you would join us, so let’s help you feel at home.

Where do I go?
We have a page that explains where our locations are, and if you select the ‘directions’ button it will actually allow you to navigate a path from your home to either of them.
What do I wear?
We don’t think that really matters. Some people wear jeans, others wear shorts, it really is up to you and what makes you feel comfortable. Imagine what you would wear if you were visiting a friend, or a member of your family, for lunch … that’s probably about right.
What time should I arrive?

We have 3 services on Sunday, at 9.30 am at Gungahlin, at 10 am at Forde, and again at 7 pm at Gungahlin.

We suggest you arrive around 5-10 minutes early. Someone will greet you at the door and show you where the toilets are and where to sit. We’ll also give you a handout with details of what’s happening at church on that day and over the coming weeks.

Do I need to bring anything?
You don’t need to bring anything to church!
What will church be like?
We’re quite informal at Gungahlin Anglican Church, and our services run for a little over an hour. We normally start by singing a song or two- yes we do have a band and sometimes drums!

During the service we will pray together, read the bible, and hear a bible-based talk.

After the service we have tea and coffee together, it’s a good time to catch up with our friends at church.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Guess what … you’re not the only one. At Gungahlin Anglican Church we welcome people who are not Christian and those who have never been to church before. We will help you understand who Jesus is and what it means to be a believer.
What does Anglican mean?
It’s a funny word isn’t it? For us it simple means we belong to a wider church family within Australia and internationally that has a long history and tradition. For you, it means that you can have confidence that we will be here this week, next week, and for many, many, weeks to come. It also means that we can use resources from the wider church to help us grow, connect, and care for each other.