What we do

Sunday Services

We have a weekly service on Sunday mornings at 10am in person or via our youtube channel.

Our services have three major components – a time of worship, communion which is the remembrance of Jesus sacrifice, and a sermon.

A kids program runs through the school term. The kids stay in for the first part of the worship time and are then ushered out to their own exciting program.

We’re normally wrapped up by about 11:30am, this is then followed by morning tea, chatting, and coffee (yes we have a real machine).

Children’s Ministry

Hills Family Church is passionate about empowering the next generation to know and grow in the love of Christ. In addition to our Sunday morning children’s program, opportunities are also provided to connect with our community through the ‘Green Emeralds’ Childrens Drama Group and Reaching Out in joint activities with older community members.

Women’s Ministry

Women growing and sharing together through monthly social outings in our local cafes or homes or through annual Women’s seminars.

Ladies Lunch

Men’s Ministry

Getting together for a BBQ breakfast, a night of slot car racing, or a games night are just a few of the activities our Men enjoy.

Men’s Breakfast

Home Groups

Our Nairne homegroup runs fortnightly throughout the year and includes worship, prayer, discussion and community.

Prayer Group

We meet at Hills Family Church on Wednesday evenings every second week for a time of prayer

Nairne History Group

Meets once a month at 10am on the first Thursday of each month at Hills Family Church

Nairne Creative Crafters

Meeting Monday mornings for fun, friendship and craft. 9.30am – 12pm. Bring along any craft project, tea and coffee provided.

Craft Group Christmas Lunch

Courses & Special Events

We run a variety of courses throughout the year to equip and empower people to do life well. Courses include Emotionally Healthy Spirituality & Relationships, The Marriage Course, Alpha and community events such as Easter Alive, Mum’s Appreciation Night and Spring Fest.