If you’re looking for glitz, pizzazz, shiny happy people with perfect teeth and kids who never muck up then you might have to go somewhere else… However if you’re looking to be part of a pretty earthy bunch of people who are just doing their best at loving God, loving one another and loving the community around them then you’ll probably slot right in.

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Kids Ministry @ QBC

We have some fantastic things going on for kids at QBC led by our Children's Pastor Janet. Click the image for more info on what's happening.

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Youth @ QBC

Ed & Nelly Devine head up our youth ministry at QBC and do a fantastic job. The youth group happens on Friday evenings at 7.30pm. Click the image for more info on what's happening in youth @ QBC

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Connecting @ QBC

We have a number of small groups operating at QBC. If you are part of the church community and would like to be involved in this part of what we do then get in touch and we can help you find a group that suits.

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Our Sunday gatherings are informal, relaxed but also inspirational and geared towards helping people connect and encourage one another. Click the image to find out more.

Latest News

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Dwellingup Camp – Oct 7-9

Well – we are long overdue for a church camping trip!
The date for the upcoming adventure is October 7-9 2016 and we’d love to have you there.
The place is Dwellingup Chalets and Caravan Park about […]

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Blast off … in July school holidays


For all wannabe astronauts in years 2-6 over the July school holidays, we’re excited to offer a mission into space. Apply to be an astronaut in training and begin the countdown towards an […]

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Current Teaching Series

Starting on August 21st we will be beginning a new teaching series looking at what it means to be missionaries in our own backyard. Here's a clip from Mike Frost to get you thinking about what it means to be effective in the neighbourhood. We will be thinking about the practicalities of living like Jesus and speaking of him in our local community.

Last update - Feb 2016