Christmas marks the birth of a revolution.

More than just the birth of a child, Jesus Christ the newborn king ushers in a new world order. He is the ruler of everything and demands the allegiance of every man. This royal birth presents all of us with the question: will you worship the king, or reject his rule?

This Christmas, come and hear about how the revolutionary birth of king Jesus changes everything! Join our Christmas gatherings at 8.30 and 10.45 on 25 December to sing Christmas carols with a live choir, and to hear a talk from the gospel of Matthew.

No ticketing is required for the 8.30 gathering. Parents, please note that there will be a kid's programme at 10.45am for kids aged 3-12 years old.

Join us for Christmas Lunch!

To celebrate the occasion, we’d also like to invite everyone for a Christmas lunch at 12.15pm! In addition to the Christmas feast, we will hear from one of our BA church family on why he decided to pledge his allegiance to king Jesus.

Hark! the herald angels sing, "Glory to the newborn King"

 As part of the lead up to our Christmas gatherings, we’re put together some “story cards” for certain bible characters in the Christmas narrative. These “story cards” are written from the point-of-view of these characters, with a tiny bit of artistic licence, to help us to think about what they were anticipating on that first Christmas Day! 

Stay tuned as we bring you content about certain other historical figures from the Bible!