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Worship Guide for use at home.

The Worship Guide is prepared weekly for use at home. Click here for this week's guide.

This is our main worship when we gather for prayer, Bible readings and hearing God’s Word.

Looking for a traditional worship service then look no further this is the service for you. Every Sunday @ 10am we gather for prayer, Bible readings and hearing God’s Word.

We usually celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.

This service is available either in person or via zoom.

On Sunday afternoon folk gather for a multilingual service.

On Sunday afternoon @ 12:30pm in the Auditorium folk gather for a multilingual service in the African tradition of singing, praying and dancing.

Sunday Evening is a relaxed time when we can pray and study the bible together.

5.00 pm Sunday Evening is a relaxed time when we can sing, pray and study the bible together. Each Sunday is unique because we never know who will show up to participate in our worship.

We usually celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.

On the second Sunday of the month (usually) we have a service designed for students and then we usually share a pizza afterwards.

On the third Sunday of the month (usually) we enjoy a shared meal together after the service, which we refer to as our multicultural service. This service can be joined in person or via zoom.

A zoom-based Bible Study.

For more details contact Reverend Doo Ah Leeming on 0416 491 531

Service of Communion and Reflection of the Wisdom of the Bible

Every Wednesday at 1.00 pm we break bread and reflect on the wisdom of the Bible. This half hour service is designed to fit into the lunch hour of those who work in the City of Wollongong or who are visiting for the day. In the Uniting Church we welcome all people to share in this holy meal or, if that is their wish, simply to sit and listen to what is said.

The Women’s Fellowship meet on the first Wednesday of the month. Each meeting has a guest speaker with a variety of interesting topics throughout the year.

The Women’s Fellowship meet on the first Wednesday of the month. Each meeting has a guest speaker with a variety of interesting topics throughout the year.

A range of classes such as embroidery and needlework, current affairs and book club.

The School for Creative Living offers older adults opportunities to pursue lifelong learning through participation in a range classes such as embroidery and needlework, current affairs and book club. Classes are conducted in the Auditorium between 10.00 am and 12.00 pm on Mondays during school terms. To find out more please join us for morning tea at 10.00 am.