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Location & Time |


We gather in the Hall at Christ Church O’Halloran Hill. The address is 1708 Main S Rd, O’Halloran Hill SA 5158. There is more than enough parking for you off Main South Road and we have a great hall where we have our worship service.

We also have a specific room set aside for Mum’s & bubs who may need to feed, or just a quiet place to go.

Our service starts at 10:00 am and will finish around 11:30 am. Although please join with us before and after the service for coffee and an opportunity to get to know people.

What to expect |

We generally start by singing, (these are a mix of more contemporary worship songs and older hymns), reading scripture, and praying together which is then followed by an approximately 40-minute message where we predominately preach through books of God’s Word. This is known as expository preaching. We then gather around the Lord’s table as we worship and celebrate communion as believers. 

Church usually finishes by around 11:30 am leaving heaps of time to get to connect and get to know people.

Our Sunday mornings are a welcoming and relaxed family environment. Whether you like to rock up 30 mins early so you can catch up with friends or join us in prayer, or, turn up right on time, we’d love to see you there! Everybody is welcome and come as you are.

Kids |

At Gracelife, we value families worshiping together. This means that on a Sunday, we do not separate by age group but rather encourage families to worship our glorious God and saviour as a unit. Since we worship as families, we welcome family noise, all the shuffles and squeaks and all that comes along with our precious children. We also have a nursing room for feeding mums if needed where the service can be heard and seen.

At Gracelife we want our kids to know who Jesus is and to have a personal revelation of the Gospel in their life.

It is our goal to equip our children to live a life that brings glory to God, as they come to learn about the nature of who God is and the greatest story of His redeeming love for them. On Sundays, we do this together, let us not overlook the value of children seeing their parents worship, pray, sit under the word and partake in the sacraments. Nor should we neglect the Spirit’s ability to change little hearts and minds as we gather to worship. During the week, we seek to encourage and equip parents to disciple their children to know, love, and obey the Lord.

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