If you’re visiting Scots’ the best place to start is at one of our regular meetings. Everyone will find a warm welcome at any of our meetings which differ in style, but are all focused on hearing God’s Word together, building each other up and response in prayer and praise.
Our 11am service is a worship service where people from every age and stage come together from many different backgrounds.
A blended worship with hymns and contemporary songs and expository Christ-centered sermons. Please come and join us to serve the mission of transforming godless people into godly leaders for Jesus Christ.
The Crucible is a new, contemporary and Gospel-centered habitat for Indo-Melbournians who are passionate about being equipped to become leaders for Jesus Christ. Every gathering in the Crucible has been designed to be dynamic, relevant and interactive.
Engage City Church
Our 5pm engage service feels informal, contemporary, and made up largely of families, young professionals, students, 20’s-30’s and seniors from a variety of international backgrounds. The sermons focus on preaching a passage from the Bible.
St Stephens Flemington
Sunday 10:00 am
We get together on Sunday mornings at our church building in Norwood Street Flemington, to worship God and to enjoy fellowship. We sing hymns, we pray, we read from God’s word in the Bible, and we hear how God’s word applies to the challenges each one of us face in today’s world.
Wednesday Midweek Service
Every Wednesday at 1 pm there’s a half-hour service for anyone who wishes to attend. Some enjoy the organ music and the hymn singing, some appreciate the contemplative atmosphere of our lovely sanctuary, some use it as a mid-week opportunity to “recharge their batteries”, some have grown to enjoy each others company, but all come in an attitude of worship – to give thanks, to look for help and guidance and to pray.
Thursday Lunchtime Series
We put on relevant and engaging talks every Thursday (during school terms) in the Assembly Hall building, 156 Collins Street- Ground Floor – near the corner of Collins and Russell Streets.