You are welcome to join us onsite for our church services. 

We are registered as a COVID-Safe organisation and we have a range of procedures and policies in place to help keep people on our premises safe. 

We currently have two onsite services each Sunday:

9 am at St Stephen's Eastlakes

10:30 am at St Martin's Kensington

There are programs for children and youth at both of our church sites.  

Please pay careful attention to the COVID-19 safety information below.


Please do not attend our onsite church services (or other church ministries) if: 

  • You are not feeling well or have any possible symptoms of COVID-19.
  • You are a close contact of a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19. 
  • You have been asked to self-isolate for any reason by health authorities.  
  • You (or someone you live with) is awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test. 

If you have any symptoms at all you should get tested for COVID-19. 

When you arrive at church you must sanitise your hands.

You will need to sign in using a QR code or have someone do this for you. This is to allow for contact tracing to occur in the event of an outbreak.

Masks are now recommended, but not essential at a place of worship.

Please practice good hygiene at church (wash hands thoroughly, cough into elbow etc) .

If you begin to feel unwell whilst at church please let someone know and please leave the facilities as soon as possible.

We have some limitations on how many people are allowed in each room of our facilities. Please check the signage for details. 

When standing or sitting at church please stay at least 1.5m away from those people you do not live with (before, during and after church).

You might like to bring your own bible along as there will not be bibles in the pews.

The offertory bags will not be passed around during church. There is a cane basket at the back of each church that people can place their offertory in or people can give via direct debit.

We are currently allowed to sing at church with masks on. From 30th March 2021 singing can occur without masks.