At Abbotsford Presbyterian, we don't just meet up on Sundays.  We gather throughout the week in smaller and less formal settings to read God's word, to pray, to catch up, to drink coffee, to play music, to care for one another, to go for runs and in a nut-shell - to share our lives together under God.

Below is just a handful of some of those things we do together throughout the weeks, months and year as part of Church Life at Abbotsford Presbyterian.

Growth Groups


Growth Groups are an opportunity to read the bible, ask questions, and pray in a smaller group setting.  Growth groups meet weekly during school terms, in people's homes or at the church with the aim of developing supportive and loving relationships with one another in a dynamic environment that enables them to learn and be transformed by God’s Word.
If you would like to join a Growth Group, please contact the office.

Kids Church


At Abbotsford Presbyterian Church children are always welcome.   On Sunday mornings they join in the opening segment of our all-age family worship. This includes a Kids Talk which introduces the theme of the day.   Following the short break in our service, parents then take their children to be signed into Kids Church.

At Kids Church the children enjoy age appropriate Bible talks and stories, singing, prayer, craft, games and other activities.   Kids Church is staffed by experienced members of the congregation who have Working With Children Checks and a desire to see our children grow in their understanding and love of God.

mainly music


There is a buzz of excitement at APC on Monday mornings with the arrival of 15 young families joining us for a time of music, craft, food and connection. Now nearing its eighth year, our mainly music mornings have provided an important connection between our church and the Abbotsford community.
Throughout the year, we host a mainly music welcome BBQ and a Father’s Day dinner to involve the whole family. Our hope is to establish deeper relationships and greater connection between our church and the families of Abbotsford.
Find out more about the mainly music programme



The KCentral team is dedicated to providing quality programs of games, craft, music, drama and Bible-based teaching for children in school years K-6.  KCentral Week is our annual week-long kids’ program in the July school holidays. The program is a joint activity of Abbotsford, Ashfield and Petersham Presbyterian Churches, operating out of PLC Sydney.  KCentral Days are regular one-day programs at Abbotsford and Ashfield Presbyterian Churches.   To stay updated on future KCentral programs, visit the KCentral website and subscribe to the mailing list.

Meals Ministry


Our meals ministry helps and supports many people as they deal with times of difficulty and grief, health issues or exciting and challenging family changes (new babies or moving).
Ministering to people in this way can be a huge blessing to them, and the new freezer in the church hall makes it easy to be helpful. Meals can be brought along on Sundays if delivering them to people in need is not possible.  If you would like to be involved please contact the office.



At Abbotsford Pressie, we highly value the place that music has in our congregational and personal lives as both an expression of worship to the Lord, and for meditation on his Word.   The music team seeks to humbly serve the congregation through quality congregational music which is uplifting, joyous and easy to sing.   Our songbook includes hymns, psalms, contemporary music and the odd 90's power ballad, and draws from a diverse range of composers from Charles Wesley, to Keith Getty & Stuart Townend, to Rob Smith and Brooke Ligertwood.   We seek to play arrangements which are complimentary to the words we sing, using the instrumental talents our church is gifted with, to add depth, brilliance and reflection to the music.

Why not have a listen to our Spotify Playlist?

Partnering in Mission

At Abbotsford Pressie, we value partnering in mission, with both those who have had specific links to our church, as well as more broadly supporting those communities in need.  We are involved with Jericho Road, which is the practical compassion arm of the Presbyterian Church.   More recently we have participated in drives to donate rice and oil to refugee families who have settled in Sydney; as well as donating clothes, shoes and sheets for people in the conflict zone of the Nuba mountains of the Sudan.