Sunday Services

Attending Sunday Services weekly is a key way to connect and grow at EDAC. This is where you’ll become part of the EDAC family, receiving and giving encouragement and experiencing worship. We meet in 3 locations each Sunday morning – West Swan, Northam and Armadale.

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West Swan

8:30 AM | First service
9:45 AM | All-in morning tea
10:30 AM | Second service


9:30 AM | Single service + morning tea


9:30AM | Single service

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 West Swan 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.

How do I find EDAC Armadale and where should I park?

You can find us on Google Maps – we meet in the Southern Hills Christian College Gym in Bedfordale. There’s heaps of free parking.

How do I find EDAC Northam and where should I park?

You can find us on Google Maps – we meet at Avon Valley Primary School (the same place as Avon Vale Youth). There’s heaps of free parking.

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 the 8:30am service) or arrive early (for the 10:30am service) for free morning tea at 9:45am including coffee made by one of our baristas.

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.