Worship & Faith

Looking for a deeper connection?

Authentic worship of our Saviour.
Faith that is steadfast.

Regular Sunday worship

This Worship Service is available through the internet. Please join us - make contact through the 'Contact Us' page for access.

Come and worship with us at 10 am Sunday mornings. We enjoy uplifting worship worthy of a loving and inclusive God.

All are welcome regardless of age, gender, race, or sexual orientation. We particularly welcome faith seekers: anyone who is keen to find meaning and purpose in a topsy-turvy and often contradictory world.

Messy Church at Home

Please join us on the internet - make contact via 'Contact Us' to register.

We will be using Facebook and email contacts to share materials and to communicate details of group chat opportunities.  Use our Facebook link to connect, or email Anne on burwooducmessychurch@gmail.com to be added to the email group.

All welcome!  No need to have been to Messy Church before – try us out anyway!


Facebook   Visit our Messy Church Facebook Page.

Taize worship

Please join us on the internet - make contact via 'Contact Us' to register.

Be welcomed to this service led in the Spirit of the Taize tradition. It is a time of silence: a time to listen to God.

Held every 4th Wednesday of the month @ 8pm from February to November.

Prayer Network

Weekly prayer request circulation which invites individuals to have their prayers shared on a wider group's regular prayers.

We also encourage the use of a prayer tree in our foyer, our side chapel in the main Church for private devotions and a memorial garden for quiet prayer and meditation.

Bible Studies

Regular groups meet for prayer and reflection on Scripture and integration of faith with life experiences. They use devotional material of their choice

Periodicaly organised studies of planned and shared material is used in coordinated ways by groups specifically organised from across the congregation. Last year we used "The Joy of Philippians" and previously "The Essential Question". We look forward to new opportunities to engage serious faith questions about our contemporary world and community context.