If you’re new or visiting, we’re so glad you’re here. Welcome! Our Sunday services are pretty simple, and go for just over an hour. During the gathering we’ll sing, pray, read the Bible and hear it explained to us. Each month, we also learn more about a church member in a short interview, share in the Lord’s Supper and lunch or dinner together after service, which we hope you’ll stick around for!

You won’t be required to sing, pray, read the Bible out loud or participate in the Lord’s Supper – you can participate as much or as little as you’d like.

No, whether you call yourself a follower of Jesus, or even if you’ve never been to a church before, we love having visitors check out who we are and what we’re on about.

We’d love to answer your honest questions, and help you discover Jesus.

No, just a willingness to listen and meet some friendly people.

We project Bible passages onto a screen, and if you’d like to have one, we’d be thrilled to give you a Bible free of charge.

No. Cabramatta Anglican Church is funded by members who voluntarily partner in the work of seeing lives transformed through Jesus to God’s glory.

We do not pass around a collection plate, because we want visitors to hear the good news of Jesus without you feeling that we want your money!

In whatever you feel comfortable wearing to the shops. There’s no need to dress up or wear anything special.

To keep children safe, our limited on-site parking is closed on Sundays.

The Cumberland Street Car Park is directly across the road with 2 and 4 hour parking spots, though we recommend finding street parking to avoid a 2 hour time limit for you to stay back for coffee, lunch or dinner.

It can take a few minutes to find a parking spot, so we do recommend arriving earlier.

We have dedicated programs for children of all ages to learn about Jesus on their level in community with vetted and trained leaders.

Our crèche for 18 months to 5 years old runs at both 9:15 am and 4 pm services, upstairs from the hall.

K-6 kids begin with everyone else in the hall, before heading upstairs to their rooms after the kids talk.

Of course, they’re most welcome to stay for the main church service if they’d prefer. 

Please email comms@cabra.church and we’ll get back to you soon!

“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.” – Hebrews 10:24-25