Service Updates: 2 December 2021


There are some changes in the Sunday services in December 2021:


SUNDAY SERVICES in December 2021:

9am Celebration Service (in Newmarket)

(Headset translation into Mandarin & Spanish is available for the 9am service)
[23 Foster Street, Newmarket]

9am Celebration Service in Southside
(in Brisbane Technology Park Conference Center on 5th & 12th December)
[1 Clunies Ross Ct, Eight Mile Plains]

(in Brisbane Christian College Primary School on 19th December)
[109 Golda Ave, Salisbury]

5pm HMS Service (in Newmarket)

(Healing, Miracles, Signs & Wonders Service)

All services will be live streamed on



  • There is NO 11.15am Spanish Services in December 2021

  • 25th December (Saturday) - Christmas Day Service at 9am in Newmarket Campus


  • 26th December - There is an ONLINE Sunday Service at 9am (NO onsite Sunday services)

  • Sunday services in Southside will re-start on 9th January 2022
    (No Sunday service in Southside on 2nd January 2022)



Everyone who attends the Sunday services onsite will need to check in using the Check in Qld app.

If you are attending the services for the first time, kindly check-in at the Guests Desk which is located at the main entrance of the church.

Prayer & Assistance
If you need prayer or pastoral assistance, please contact your connect pastors or the pastoral team.
You can also email us via

Queensland Contact Tracing Alerts:

Please ensure that you have read through the latest Queensland active contact tracing alerts and related public health advice given in this website ( before attending any services or meetings in ICC.

If you have been to any of the places listed, please follow the instructions given in the website. Also a gentle reminder not to attend the services/meetings in ICC if you are not feeling well.

To prevent the spread:

  • Stay home if you are sick

  • If you have any COVID-10 symptoms, no matter how mild, get tested

  • Stay 1.5 metres away from other people – think two big steps

  • Wash your hands with soap and water, or hand sanitiser

  • Leave a location if it is crowded.


Qld Health has also identified the following categories of people as being in the “at risk” category for COVID 19:

  • are 70 years of age or over

  • have had an organ transplant and are on immune suppressive therapy

  • have had a bone marrow transplant in the last 24 months

  • are on immune suppressive therapy for graft versus host disease

  • have blood cancer eg leukaemia, lymphoma or myelodysplastic syndrome (diagnosed within the last 5 years)

  • are having chemotherapy or radiotherapy

You are advised to follow your medical doctor’s advice in terms of public gatherings.