Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ

St Andrew's Roseville

Please join us at one of our services on Sunday

8:30 AM

Traditional Service

10:30 AM

Contemporary Service

Kids & Jnr Youth


5:00 PM

Contemporary Service

Jnr Youth

6:45 PM

Contemporary Service

Snr Youth

Join us for church this Sunday

Our regular four Sunday services are at 8:30am, 10:30am, 5:00pm and 6:45pm. For those who aren’t able to attend church in person, we’d love for you to join us on our YouTube live stream (10:30am service).

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Meet our ministry team, catch up on our sermon series or weekly news videos and so much more …

join a small group:

Each week there are a number of small groups of people who get together, usually in the home of a church member in the local area. We read and discuss the bible, support each other, pray, and have fun!  Some groups meet on a weekday and others on a weeknight. They are a great way to learn more about Jesus and get to know others. To find out more or join a group email us at

Growing Disciples

Growing Disciples is a year long self-paced program to help you grow as a disciple of Jesus through a step-by-step pathway, no matter where you are on your journey of following Jesus.

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Making sense of Acts

7.30pm 22nd July

@ St Andrew’s Roseville

Dr David Peterson will be giving a lecture-style presentation on the book of Acts, in preparation for our sermon series in Acts chapters 12-20. 

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Checking out a church for the first time can be a daunting step to take. We’re keen to make that first step a little easier – have a look at a few ideas below. If you’re ready, we’d be thrilled to meet you this Sunday at one of our church services. 

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The latest update from St Andrew’s Roseville

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land upon which we meet. In his wisdom and love, our heavenly Father entrusted this estate to the stewardship of the Cammeraygal people of the Eora Nation, generations of men and women caring for these waterways, earth, forests and foreshores. We acknowledge this faithful care for country, and pray that God will unite us all in knowledge of His Son, in whom all things were created, in heaven and on earth, whether visible or invisible – for all things have been created through Him and for Him.