CHILDREN (AGES 1 – 12)

The Corner U.C. is an intergenerational community we strive to provide connection for children, youth and families.

YOUTH (AGES 12 – 18)

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For any young people in year 7 to 21 years old.

Blank Canvas meets once a month and we alternate between our Cafe and Antics events.

Cafe – Chat, create, eat, and explore faith and life together.

Antics – Socialise, have fun and get to know each other better.

Deeper – 3 night camp run in October.

Any questions contact Nina: 0423 233 647.

Find out more on our Facebook page and Instagram

YOUNG ADULTS (AGES 18 – 25)

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For any young people in year 7 to 21 years old.

Blank Canvas meets once a month and we alternate between our Cafe and Antics events.

Cafe – Chat, create, eat, and explore faith and life together.

Antics – Socialise, have fun and get to know each other better.

Deeper – 3 night camp run in October.

Any questions contact Nina: 0423 233 647.

Find out more on our Facebook page and Instagram

CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

Morning Craft & Friendship Group

Morning Craft & Friendship Group has returned under COVID Safe restrictions. Due to limited numbers please contact the office 8350 5400 prior to attending for the first time.

When: 9.30am Wednesday (during the school term)
Cost: $3.00 per session + equipment

We follow a program each term where a variety of crafts are presented. Each member has the choice of following the program, bringing their own craft, or playing cards or scrabble. We like to have suggestions for craft activities from our members and encourage them to share their skills with the group.

Crafts offered include card making, crochet, knitting, patchwork, beading, and toy making.

Jan Jones and Anna Kring lead the group.

Water Colour Painting Classes

Water Colour Class has returned under COVID Safe restrictions on Thursdays.
Due to limited numbers please contact the office 8350 5400 prior to attending for the first time.

When: Thursday (during school terms)
Time: 12.45pm – 2.45pm

Each year an Art Display of students’ work is hung creating a real sense of achievement and pride. Several pieces have been sold at each exhibition and the community also enjoys viewing their work.

Art Exhibitions

We are a well promoted and presented venue with some exhibitions having official openings by well-known members of the community. Usually we have a commitment to a charity or worthy cause i.e. Domestic Violence against Women.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Community Club @ The Corner

Community Club has returned under COVID Safe restrictions.

When: 7.30pm for 7.45pm start Tuesdays (second of the month)

The Community Club @ The Corner was formerly known as the Greenfield Road Community Club (a sponsored outreach of the Seacombe Uniting Church).

The club was founded in 1996, when some Seacombe members realised, prayerfully, that a mixed social group was needed at the church. This dedicated group worked hard in developing a concept, which would include the wider community in the area, while still observing principles through example. The Club is thankful for their vision, because we have continued to enjoy the meetings, each other’s company and our innovative suppers. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month.

Right from the outset, we have been registered with the Marion Council as a meeting place for people looking to mix with others in their area. It has always been the aim that the committee deals with the day-to-day business, BUT are always very open to suggestions — which do thankfully keep coming. If a donation to a cause is appropriate, we give as generously as we can, from our meeting by meeting gold coin donations.

Meetings are open to ourselves, friends and neighbours without obligation to attend regularly.

Men’s Muster

Due to some restrictions easing it is now possible to meet again. However we need to be sure of numbers attending so please advise the office the week prior on ph: 8350 5400 if you wish to attend.

When: 6.15pm for 6.30pm start Thursday (fourth of the month)

On the fourth Thursday of the month we meet at the Glenelg Football Club at 6.15pm for 6.30pm and an enjoyable hour or two sharing and chatting.

All men welcome.