8:30 AM | EARLY SERVICE
9:45 AM | ALL-IN MORNING TEA
10:30 AM | LATE SERVICE
58 COAST ROAD | WEST SWAN
Attending Sunday Services weekly is one of our five ways to connect and grow at EDAC. This is where you’ll become part of the EDAC family, receiving and giving encouragement and experiencing worship. If you’ve decided to make EDAC home, please let us know!
Frequently Asked Questions
Visiting somewhere new can feel daunting! We hope our answers to these frequently asked questions will help to settle your nerves.
How do I find EDAC and where should I park?
You can find us on Google Maps – we meet in the blue ‘shed’ opposite Caversham Primary School. There’s a sign a little back from the road, and you just follow the driveway past the house. There’s plenty of free parking in the grassed carpark.
What time should I get there and where should I sit?
We recommend arriving 10 minutes early, so someone can show you around and help you find a seat.
How long is a service, and what is it like?
A Sunday morning service goes for 75 minutes, and involves music and singing; a spotlight about who EDAC is; and a message based on the Bible. Stay afterwards for a free morning tea (including coffee made by one of our baristas), or if you’d like prayer, encouragement, support or a plain old chat.
What should I wear?
We’re casual and we invite you to come as you are. However you feel most comfortable. You’ll find all sorts of people, dressed in anything from a suit, to – well – barefoot, wearing boardies and a singlet. As long as you dress somewhat modestly, you won’t feel out of place.
What do I need to bring?
You don’t need to bring a thing. You may like to bring a notebook and pen, and a Bible if you have one.
Can I bring my kids?
Absolutely. We have lots of young families, and once the music and singing ends, we have a free creche, pre-kindy, and primary aged activities. We also have a nursing room, and our handicapped toilet is fitted with a change table.
Will I be asked for money?
A free-will offering is taken up every Sunday, but there is no compulsion to give. Nowadays a lot of giving is done online so you won’t be the only one letting the bag pass by.