Please note that all services, Bible studies and group activities have been temporarily postponed because of government restrictions on group gatherings while Australia deals with the coronavirus crisis. When it's over, we will be back.
Meanwhile, join Pastor Mike for a Sunday morning live stream on the Great Hope Baptist Church Facebook page at 9:30 am (AEST).
SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE -- 9:30 AM
Our services are designed to help those who are searching for God to meet Him. For those who know God, to help them live the abundant, rich and free life that we find through the grace of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ! We worship the Lord in music through psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, "singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord" (Ephesians 5:19).
You can watch our services on Facebook live-stream every Sunday morning at 9:30 am. So if you can't get to the service personally you can still enjoy it by going to the Great Hope Baptist Church (Inala) Facebook page.
SUNDAY SCHOOL -- 9:30 AM
We also have a fun and vibrant Sunday school for babies to 12 years old. This is held in the demountable building while the preaching service is on.
SUNDAY NIGHT -- 5 PM
On the 2nd and 4th Sundays each month we hold our Sunday Night LIVE (Living in Victory Everyday) service from 5 pm. The whole family can come to worship the Lord. This is a night of soul-stirring preaching to reach the young as well as the oldest senior. A beautiful time of worship and praise to the Lord.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY, PRAYER AND PRAISE -- 7 PM
On Wednesday nights at 7 pm, Great Hope helps people get to know their Bible better with a Bible study (including a song and prayer time). We look into truths from God's Word, pray for our missionaries, pray for each other and for the needs of the church. At present this is done through Zoom meetings. If you are a church member, let one of our pastors know you'd like to join in.
AVEO SERVICE -- 2:30 PM
On the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month we hold a service at the AVEO retirement village nursing home at Durack. Those attending choose their favourite hymns for the group to sing and hear a challenge from the Word of God.