Rosalie Primary School Hall
Rosalie Church is a contemporary all-ages service where we sing, listen to the Bible read and taught, pray and enjoy one another's fellowship.
We hope to see you one Sunday soon.
The Rosalie Congregation is for all ages. Each Sunday we aim for biblical, engaging and practical sermons, thankful praise and real prayer to God. We enjoy encouraging conversation over morning tea after our service. We aim to be a loving community of Christians who actively serve Jesus’ agenda in the world.
During our Sunday service we have children’s (K to 6) and youth programs (Yr 7-9). There is a group for those in years 10-12 that meets on Sunday afternoon. (See “Kids and Youth” for more information).
During the week, we meet in Growth Groups or One to One meetings for Bible Study and prayer with the aim of spiritual growth and gospel growth in the various communities we live and work in. We also have regular short courses to help people find out more about Jesus Christ.
Meet the Team
Rosalie and 8am
Roger is married to Helen and they have three sons and one daughter. Roger grew up in Canberra in a Christian family, studied social work and theology in Sydney and has worked as a pastor in Sydney, and in Perth since 2000. He enjoys golf and squash. He loves encouraging and equipping people as servants of Christ. He has been on staff at St Matthew's since October 2010.
Eryn-May grew up in a lovely 'no traffic light' town. In year 12 her life was turned about after coming to an understanding of God’s grace. Formerly a primary teacher she joined St Matt’s in 2013 after studying at SMBC. She finds joy in helping people discover God through the Bible and in equipping others for gospel ministry. She is a fan of leaf tea, music and making things from scratch just like her Nanna taught her.
By the grace of God, Tyler became a Christian through the patient prayer and discipleship of his parents. His marriage to Penny, their three children, and his experience in education and ministry are all testaments to God’s faithfulness. He enjoys exploring the Southern Coast with his family, quality music, all-sorts sport, American cereal and helping others to treasure Jesus.
Chris was raised to love all that this world offers, until he was introduced to Jesus by an elderly Sunday School teacher. It wasn't exciting. It wasn't flashy. But being lovingly told about the God who loved, lived, died, and rose for him, changed him forever. Chris has worked with teenagers for 15 years. He is married to Karen and they have one son. Chris enjoys spreadsheets, woodwork, and entertaining; and longs to see more young people excited about Jesus.