Join us on the last Sunday of every month for Tent Meetings

Tent Meetings

Step into a Sacred Space: Tent Meetings at TRIBES Church

Every last Sunday of the month, 4:45PM @ 77/87 Canning Hwy

Evenings like no other—a time of prayer, worship, and profound intimacy with our God. Welcome to TRIBES Tent Meetings. Here, you’ll discover a sacred space where the spirit finds solace and the heart can connect with the divine.

In the pages of Exodus 33:7-11, we encounter a remarkable story of Moses, a spiritual leader, who engaged in wonderfully intimate conversations with God. Moses had an awe-inspiring discipline, he had a regular place where he met with God. Moses would pitch a tent outside the bustling camp, a tent he aptly named “the tent of meeting.” This was a place where anyone seeking the Lord would venture.

As Moses entered the tent, a pillar of cloud descended, and he communed with God, “face to face, as a man speaks with his friend.” The people watched in reverence and worship as they sensed the presence of God. Moses’ regular, devoted practice of meeting with God in this sacred space left an indelible mark on the hearts of his people.

Today, our “Tent Meetings” are a modern-day echo of this ancient practice. It’s a time when we come together as a community, hungry for deeper connection and intimacy with our God. We’ve crafted a place where you can escape the noise of everyday life and draw near to God, just as Moses did.

Here, we prioritise the disciplines of prayer, worship, and intimate communion with God. Our leaders set the example, just as Moses did in his time. We believe that it brings great comfort to God’s people when their leaders prioritise walking closely with the Lord. TRIBES Tent Meetings serve as a reminder of our passion for the presence of God. As we gather, we witness the transformational power of intimate fellowship.
Our gatherings are about a communal response. As we engage in intimate conversation with God, our hearts are stirred to worship, and we respond with awe and reverence. Join us for Tent Meetings and step into a sacred space—a space where prayer, worship, and intimacy with God converge to form a tapestry of divine connection. Come as you are, for this is a sacred space for all.

“You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased for God persons from every tribe and language and people and nation. You have made them to be a kingdom and priests to serve our God, and they will reign on the earth.”

Revelation 5:9-12 NIV