Worship

WORSHIP SERVICES RESUME SEPTEMBER 6, 2020

Prayer Time

meets in the hall every Sunday at 8.30am for 30 minutes. ALL WELCOME.

Sunday Service 9.30am

Click here for Service Roster

Bible Study / Small Groups

We meet in small groups each week to study the Bible and learn together about God's vision for us.

Choir

We love our music and our choir always welcomes new members.

Sermons

An audio CD of each service can be made available for free to those who are homebound and cannot make it to church. Contact the Church office for further information.

Or you can listen to recent past sermons here.

Seeds of Growth

We have a long standing and ongoing commitment to Uniting Church projects funded under this program.
See the Uniting Church site for information on the program.

Lent Event - www.lentevent.com

We believe God is alive and at work in the world.
Our congregation members (young and older alike) are active participants in the Lent Event.
Each Lent, we join people all over the world who share Jesusí mission: live simply, give up something from daily life
and donate what we save to supporting projects of Uniting Church Overseas Aid.
This can be clean water, peace, justice and Christian leadership projects.

Special Interest

Following a visit with the Five Dock-Drummoyne congregation by Dr Matt and Mrs Donna T in August 2007,
we have continued to support and pray for their linguistic work in South Asia with the Summer Institute of Linguistics.
They have visited us several times since and regularly email their updates on their translation work.

We also support other Uniting Church and ecumenical projects with children, disaster relief and overseas aid.

Prayer Requests

We believe in the importance of prayer in our daily life.
We also support those who need prayer for their circumstances and will intercede on their behalf.

Join our circle of prayer.

◾ Pray for all those who are to rebuild devastated areas.

◾ Pray for tolerance and understanding of all religions in the world.

◾ Pray for peace for all people.