Everyone is welcome at
St Annes

God has made all people in his image and are precious to him.

As a church, we value all those who come through our doors, no matter what circumstance they find themselves in. We want your experience at St Annes to be as stress-free and inclusive as possible. Please let us know if there’s anything that we can be doing to help you access church.

Visit our 8am English service or 10am English service or 10am Mandarin service for general details about our Sunday gatherings.

An accessible Sunday

Welcoming and Name tags

When you come into a gathering, we will welcome you at the door. We will give you a name tag, as a way of helping each other remember names. You are free to sit wherever you like.


Our on-screen projections aim to make viewing song lyrics, liturgy and images accessible.

Children’s ministry

Our leaders are loving Godly men and women who will try their best to include your children in their programs. Please advise them of any special needs as you register your children. If we need your assistance during the children’s program, we will give you a call. Click here to find out more about our ministry to children.

Crying room for babies

We have a crying room adjacent to the Auditorium so that parents can engage with the service while nursing their child. Click here to find out more about our ministry to children.

Space for wheelchairs

There is space available for wheelchairs.

Large print Bibles

Large print Bibles are available for those who would like one.

Sermon transcripts

Sermon transcripts are available during the service, and can be picked up on the way in.

Hearing Aid Loop

We have a hearing loop that you can connect to during the service.

Sensory information

During our gatherings, we will have songs where the musicians will play music and the attendees will join in singing. Each song goes for 3-5 minutes, and we generally do not sing more than 2 songs in a row. The volume is adjusted to a level where the music team is able to lead and the attendees are able to sing and hear their own voice as well as those next to them. The lights remain on during our gatherings, with the occasional exception of when a video is being projected on the screen.

Morning tea

After our services, we gather for morning tea. This is an opportunity for all of us to connect. There are various spaces with varying levels of noise and lighting, including a couch corner, forecourt and foyer sitting area.

An accessible site

Accessible Site

All our buildings and access points are at ground level. All entry and exit points can be accessed without using stairs. 

Accessible Toilets

We have dedicated accessible toilets next to our Auditorium and Hall, as well as inside the Historic Church.

Accessible Parking

Underground parking is available (via Gowrie St). Access to the Auditorium is via lifts. Access to the Historic Church from the carpark is via the lifts and/or footpath entrance.

There are also dedicated ground-level disability parking spots in the external carpark on Church St between the Auditorium and the Historic Church. Untimed free street parking is available on Sundays on the surrounding streets.