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Farewell to the Ryles

The Members of Church of Christ Wembley Downs


to join us as we say farewell to Dennis and Jenny Ryle,
as after 22 years sharing in our lives they are retiring.

Sun 24th June Dennis will preach his final sermon
as part of the service.

At 30th June from 2 to 4 pm we are joining
together in an afternoon tea, when there will be a time
available to share thoughts and reminisce
about Dennis and Jenny’s time with us.

Sun 1st July there will be a Communion Service
and then a formal handing over
of the symbols of ministry to the Elders and Board.
This will be followed by a light finger lunch together.

RSVP please to Rosemary
or 0402 823 074


Combined Service

Next Sunday,

April 29th at Uniting Church, Calais Road, Wembley Downs

9.30 a.m.


Christmas Eve – Communion 9:30 am

The fourth Sunday of Advent and Christmas Eve combine for a unique celebration.
All welcome.

Christmas Day – Reflection 9:30 am

Come and Celebrate the Christ event of Bethlehem
Guest musicians Rusty and Elissa Barnett.
Offering for the Christmas Bowl

Combined Service this Sunday

This Sunday 29th October @ 9:30 am

at the

Wembley Downs Uniting Church, Calais Road

Every time there is a fifth Sunday in the month we join for worship, teaching and fellowship. All are welcome to join in.


Gather your team or just rock up …

Quiz Night

A Capella Praise …

… joins the Downs Church for worship this Sunday, 20th August, at 9:30 am. They will take a large part in leading the service. All Welcome!
Visit them at

A Capella Praise

Domestic Violence in the Church

The Church of Christ Wembley Downs has expressed abhorrence of domestic violence in the community and has from time to time campaigned to raise awareness. As the spotlight falls this week on different expressions of the Australian church, this church’s leaders say there is absolutely no defence – theologically, pastorally, or biblically – for its support or perpetuation. We call to account its perpetrators and offer support and nurture to its victims and survivors.