Sundays at 10.00am
Reverend Mark Hewitt
Join us for community and worship any Sunday at 10.00am, followed by morning tea and a chat.
Intergenerational worship – where all the children of God, regardless of age, gather together in the presence of God.
Scattered throughout the church space are creative tables. Everyone is welcome to sit at our intergenerational creative tables during the service. They are for anyone who likes to colour/doodle/draw/whatever while worshipping as an aid for focussing and prayer. We also have needles and wool for those who like to knit. We ask you to knit squares which will be made in to blankets to give to those in need.
Prayer stations are available for you to partake in during any part of the service.
Everyone is welcome to move between the chairs, creative tables, family play area, prayer stations and the creche room. Worshiping God doesn’t have to be a static thing. Please move around as much as you like.
On the first Sunday we all share Holy Communion together. As is the custom of the Uniting Church all are welcome at the table.
A Thin Place
Come and join us for A Thin Place, a quiet hour of personal prayer and reflection at creative stations, with contemplative holy communion.
‘A Thin Place’ is a multi-sensory, creative, experiential worship experience. It is an entirely private and personal time for each person. There is no interaction with others, and no input from a leader. It is an opportunity to encounter God in a quiet space where all senses are involved and there is time to quieten the mind and interact with God in a place of peace and beauty.
When: Sunday 9th September 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Break Fast is short for Break (the) Fast. Food, Friendship, Faith
Cafe-style relaxed space where people can chat around tables, sharing the daily breaking of the overnight fast, while breaking the greater fasting of spiritual stillness, reflective conversation and community friendship in the midst of busy-ness. People come in and buy their breakfast that has been prepared by our kitchen team. There will be conversation around shared tables, acoustic music playing and at some point a reflection by chaplain, Rev Anne Hewitt.
There are opportunities for people interested to join the Break Fast team.
Contact Anne Hewitt through the office: email@example.com.
When: To be advised
Come and enjoy a noisy and fun time with us with as we interact with God and each other in new and different ways, through craft, activities and dinner.
Messy Church usually includes:
~ creative time to explore the biblical theme through getting messy
~ a celebration time which might involve story, prayer, song, games and similar
~ a meal together
It models and promotes good ways of growing as a family: a nuclear family,
an extended family and a global and local church family.
The aims are to provide an opportunity for people of all ages to worship together to help people of all ages feel they belong in church and to each other to help people have fun and be creative together to introduce Jesus through hospitality, friendship, stories and worship.
When: Sunday 19th August 3.30-5.30pm
Theme: Messy Recycling
Cost: $5 per person/$15 per family includes a light tea
Corner Poets & other Musings
A space and place where Poets, Writers & Musicians can share their work or musings
about life & life’s journey with others.
Corner Poets & other Musings is currently in recess. We are seeking people interested in joining an organising team for the future. If you are interested please contact the office on 8350 5400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WE ARE THE UNITING CHURCH
The Uniting Church SA seeks to be an innovative, growing church proclaiming Jesus Christ, empowered by the Spirit to transform God’s world. Read More.
The Uniting Church is a young church – formed on 22 June 1977, when the Congregational, Methodist, and Presbyterian Churches united to become one. The Basis of Union is the document which affirms our Christian faith and is the guide to what is central to the life of the Uniting Church in Australia. Read the Basis of Union here.
VISION, VALUES & MISSION
Faith Intersecting Life
Belonging, believing, becoming
To foster an intergenerational community
Offering spiritual depth and growth
Through relationship with Jesus
Inspired by his mission …
To bring good news to the poor,
To proclaim release to the captives,
And recovery of sight to the blind,
To let the oppressed go free,
To proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour.
We use the above Mission to shape all that we do.
BRING THE LOVE – ‘Inspired by His (Jesus) mission… to bring good news to the poor’
SPACES FOR BECOMING – ‘To proclaim release to the captives’
COMPASSIONATE CARE – ‘…Recovery of sight to the blind’
DEEP DAILY – ‘To let the oppressed go free’
PROCLAIM THE LORD – ‘To proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour
MEET THE TEAM
|Minister||Rev’d Mark Hewittemail@example.com www.oldtractortinshed.net|
|Op Shop||Ruth Pyattfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Youth||Nina Luscombeemail@example.com or 0423 233 647|
|Families, Messy Church & CKPA||Carolyn David-Berginfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wednesday Art/Craft||Jan Ulrich – Art|
|Jan Jones – Craft|
|Small Groups||Austin Dayal|
|A Corner Peace Editor||Rosalie Uptonemail@example.com|