Maddington Centrepoint Church’s Christmas Breakfast to bring friends, neighbours and strangers together


Pastors Aaron and Kristy Pryce with events co-ordinator Jayne Simpson. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d477290
Pastors Aaron and Kristy Pryce with events co-ordinator Jayne Simpson. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d477290

LOCALS are invited to start their Christmas morning with a delicious meal alongside friends, neighbours and strangers at the Maddington Centrepoint Church Christmas Breakfast.

Each year the volunteer-run event gives more than 200 diners the chance to enjoy a full cooked breakfast of everything from muesli, yoghurt and fruit to bacon, eggs and hash browns while being entertained by carollers, face painters and craft activities.

Children up to 12 years old will also receive a Christmas showbag and a special visit from Santa and his elves.

Centrepoint Maddington’s lead pastor Aaron Pryce said the event was always well attended but they were looking to include even more people this year.

“Christmas Day is supposed to be a joyous occasion and a celebration, however this is not the case for many who experience loneliness, anxiety, sadness and a sense of emptiness at Christmas time,” he said.

“Christmas Breakfast is for everyone and anyone to attend and our main goal is to provide a fun-filled morning for people to celebrate with us.

“The intention is for people that may otherwise be alone at Christmas to make new friends and connect with other people in the community but it is open to the rich or the poor or in between, to young and old, to Christians and non-Christians alike.”

The Christmas Breakfast will also be held at Centrepoint’s Bibra Lake and Baldivis campuses. Visit www.christmasbreakfast.com.au for more information on how to register as a volunteer or to secure a place at the event.