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Combined Service at Uniting Church, Calais Road, this Sunday, August 31st

Every time there are five Sundays in a month our two congregations get together, taking it in turns to host the service.

Join us at 9.30 a.m., worship together, enjoy a cuppa and stay for the 11 a.m. forum where Brian Thorpe, minister of Scarborough Uniting, will present on his recent ecumenical venture in Papua New Guinea.

Pentecost this Sunday

June 8th, 9.00 am

Combined Pentecost Eucharist

St Paul’s Anglican Church,
Brompton Road, City Beach

Wear something REd!!!

Entering Holy Week – did we pass through the Golden or Jaffa Gate?

Palm Sunday gave followers of the Way a choice between entering Jerusalem’s Golden Gate with the Prince of Peace or the Jaffa Gate, through which Pontius Pilate and his soldiers arrived to “keep the peace” of Empire.

We have a daily choice of which gate to enter. Accordingly we call on our government to end hostilities against asylum seekers through indefinite offshore detention  immediately. We also call for the reinstatement of bridging visas for community asylum claimants, no matter their manner of arrival.

Give them back their names

Give them back their names

 

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A Palm Sunday Opportunity…

Palm Sunday Poster

Combined Worship Service at Uniting Church this Sunday

Sunday March 30th at 9.30 am

Continuing the custom of combining worship whenever a fifth Sunday of the month falls…

We gather  at Wembley Downs Uniting Church, corner of Calais Road and Merriwah Street

All Welcome

Big Book Sale

Saturday 29th March

8.30am to 3pm

Lots of books for all ages – sausage sizzle, bric-a-brac, baked goods
Come and join the fun
Proceeds to Kayelihle Children’s Village, Zimbabwe, Grey Water Project
and
YouthCARE Churchlands Senior High School Chaplaincy

Lenten Prayer Vigil – Justice for First Peoples

A Destiny Together

Justice for First Peoples
A Week of Prayer and Fasting
17-23 March 2014

What is A Destiny Together?

A Destiny Together is a call from the Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia to all Church members to participate in a week of prayer and fasting for justice for First Peoples. It is a reflection of the Church’s commitment to work together for justice, recognition and reconciliation and to bear witness to the genuine transformation of relationship that is possible through God’s love in Jesus Christ.

 The Uniting Church Wembley Downs
and the
Church of Christ Wembley Downs

 accept the summons to support this venture

as together we host a

Lenten
Prayer
Vigil

Wednesday, March 19th, 7.30 pm

at the

Church of Christ Wembley Downs
10 Bournemouth Crescent

ALL WELCOME