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|Because we offer worship in a traditional Presbyterian style, good preaching, and a commitment to social justice.|
|Members of the congregation come from various suburbs around Sydney
and not just the North Shore. We also have people from overseas as members of the
Every Sunday the Chinese Christian Bilingual Church has a service at St Peters at 11.45 am.
A Welsh congregation comes on the second Sunday of each month to St Peters to a service, half in Welsh and half in English, followed by supper together.
Currently, there is also a Brazilian church group meeting in the St Peters church hall.
|St Peters and the Taylor Memorial Church at Greenwich are popular for weddings and we have at least 50 weddings a year. The ambience of the Church together with a sympathetic approach to the wishes of the couple help to ensure a wedding you will remember. For further information, see our weddings page|
|Children are definitely welcome at both our churches. In St Peters we have set aside an area of the Church where parents can be with their children and still be part of the service. We also have Bible story books available for children too young to attend Sunday School. Sunday School is held each Sunday in school term time at 10 am for children 3 and a half years of age and up. Older children are given numerous opportunities to make a contribution to the Church services.|
|The Greenwich church holds a monthly Greenwich Conversation
in the Greenwich church hall, at which the minister Rev Dr Steven Pym interviews
in detail a public figure. The evenings are increasingly popular with those within
the church and beyond.|
On Wednesdays at 2 pm, a mothers and babies group meets on the St Peters lawn at North Sydney or, if raining, in The Sunday School Room behind the Church details are on facebook at 'St Peters Mums and Bubs'.
The weekly lunchtime service at St Peters on Thursdays at 1.15 pm attracts workers from offices in North Sydney while special Christmas services at both churches are designed to appeal to people who arent normal church goers outside carol services, sausage sizzles etc.
Numerous concerts are held in the church with its fine organ and resident Cantorion Choir (in the Welsh male voice tradition).
|The church has a program of annual donations to overseas
missionaries and medical workers, who are invited to speak to the congregation when home,
and to Allowah Presbyterian Childrens Hospital (for children severely disabled),
which periodically sends speakers.|
The congregations support with donations of goods the Presbyterian Park Patrol which delivers daily to homeless Sydney people food and clothing, and at Christmas the TEAR fund, which gives practical aid to disadvantaged communities, both overseas and within Australia.