Musical Groups

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uilt on the long heritage and passion for conveying the gospel through music, our church has a music program which primarily supports our worship, but also performs community events and outreach. 

Consisting mainly of traditional groups including a brass band and songsters (our choir) we also have a contemporary worship team and other creative groups.

Our Worship Group known as Freedoms Road is a contemporary music group who supports our worship service and are used throughout the community in local community events, Christmas caroling and visits to other churches.

Our Brass Band ranging from teenagers to retired seniors provides worship support for congregational singing and reflective musical selections.  They also perform outreach throughout the year, community concerts, ANZAC Day marches and services, Christmas caroling, visits to other churches and other community events.

Our Choir, which we call Songsters, is a group who are passionate about presenting a vocal message to support our worship service and are used throughout the community in such events as Christmas caroling, community concerts and visits to other churches.

All of these groups are complemented by the Children’s program where interested children are able to learn how to play the various instruments that are used in the Salvation Army bands and timbrels and singing in a kids choir.

For more information, please contact our office.

Built on the long heritage and passion for conveying the gospel through music, our church has a music program which primarily supports our worship, but also performs community events and outreach. 

Consisting mainly of traditional groups including a brass band and songsters (our choir) we also have a contemporary worship team and other creative groups.

Our Worship Group known as Freedoms Road is a contemporary music group who supports our worship service and are used throughout the community in local community events, Christmas caroling and visits to other churches.

Our Brass Band ranging from teenagers to retired seniors provides worship support for congregational singing and reflective musical selections.  They also perform outreach throughout the year, community concerts, ANZAC Day marches and services, Christmas caroling, visits to other churches and other community events.

Our Choir, which we call Songsters, is a group who are passionate about presenting a vocal message to support our worship service and are used throughout the community in such events as Christmas caroling, community concerts and visits to other churches.

All of these groups are complemented by the Children’s program where interested children are able to learn how to play the various instruments that are used in the Salvation Army bands and timbrels and singing in a kids choir.

For more information, please contact our office.