Join us this Easter to celebrate Jesus' death and resurrection.

Over the course of the Easter weekend—including Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday—we'll follow Jesus' journey to the cross, triumph over the grave, and appearance to many. Join in as many Easter services as you can (in-person in Toowoomba or online), as we dive into Matthew's Gospel. Our great hope this Easter, is that many might come to believe, be strengthened in belief, and spurred onto to share what they believe about Jesus. We'd also love to invite you to contribute towards our Easter Art Exhibition.

Download or collect the 2024 Easter Guide from St Bart's.

7.00PM Service


Reflecting on the night before Jesus died: the meal he gave, his commandment to love, and the example of servanthood he provided to the disciples and us.

8.00PM VIGIL (from home)


Our Maundy Thursday service will be followed by a prayer vigil (participate from home). Register for a time slot.

Download the Prayer Guide.

good friday 9.30AM

St bart's Kids

Remembering—with sorrow for our sin and gratitude for God’s grace—Jesus’ love poured out on the cross. There will be a St Bart’s Kids program (check-in from 9.15AM) throughout the service. Youth are also welcome to join the CHARGE discussion. Join us after the service for tea, coffee, and hot cross buns.

5.30AM Easter SUNRISE


In-person only at Picnic Point.

7.30AM Traditional



St bart's Kids

There will be a St Bart’s Kids program  throughout the service. Check accessibility options below.

6PM Service

In-person services are located at St Bart's (103 Stenner Street, Rangeville, Toowoomba) unless otherwise noted.

Art Exhibition (March 31-April 7)

This Easter, we’re inviting anyone to submit artwork—as part of a special exhibition on the theme of faith.

Anyone is welcome to contribute, with the option for digital artwork to form part of the exhibition as well. St Bart’s Kids will also have the opportunity to contribute as part of their preparation in the lead up to Easter. Artwork will be featured in the foyer at St Bart’s (from Easter Sunday), with all contributions also viewable online from March 31-April 7.


Physical Artwork: Bring your named artwork (kept to a reasonable size) to St Bart’s anytime in the lead up to our Maundy Thursday (March 28) service. You are welcome to write a short explanation of your artwork and how it reflects your faith in Jesus. Artwork will be ready for collection after April 7.

If you would like to receive a free copy of John's Gospel or a short book about Easter, simply complete a next steps card.

COMPLETE A next steps CARD

St Bart's Digital

You can join any of our Easter services (except for our sunrise service at Picnic Point on Easter Sunday) via our livestream. People connect online for a variety of reasons. Most people connect online because they are physically dislocated (due to health reasons, limited mobility, or remoteness), curious about St Bart's or Christianity, or simply find online more convenient. Whatever the reason, you're welcome to join us online. Many people who join online count themselves as members of St Bart's, and get involved in various aspects of our life together.

Two tech volunteers operating the live streaming equipment for a Sunday morning service.


St Bart's is committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible environment. Please note that these accessibility options are available for our Good Friday and Easter morning services.

Hearing Loop (in Auditorium)
Pram & Wheelie-Walker Parking
Assistance During Lord's Supper
Translation Points (Korean, Dinka & Simplified Chinese)
Buggy Carpark Pick Up (7.30am & 9.30am)
St Bart's Kids accommodates additional needs
Transportation to AM Services (contact office)
the st barts bus dropping some people off for the church service

St Bart's Kids @ 9.30am

Parent's Room (Parent & Baby)
Crèche (1-2 Years Old)
Preschool (3-4 years old)
Kindy (Pre-Prep)
Sunday school (Prep-Year 6)
CHARGE Youth Discussion Group (High School)

St Bart's Kids will have a full Easter program on Good Friday (9.30AM) and Easter Sunday (9.30AM). In St Bart's Kids, Children participate in age-appropriate activities that are designed to match the sermon series. Children check-in to St Bart's Kids from 9AM in the foyer. There is also a CHARGE discussion group (for those in Years 7-12) after the sermon. If you're visiting for the first time, the team will assist you in completing the new families form. There is also a Parent’s Room available for those wishing to feed, settle, or calm their baby.

Easter Resources

If you're part of a church and in need of resources for Easter or want to view past services, you can do so here.

Anyone is welcome to take and use these resources for your own interest or for your Easter gatherings in your local context. Our resources include Easter sermons, small group questions, kids talk videos, and Sunday School lessons.

a man looking at the books in the library