Palm Sunday Rally is a time for the community to rally, a practice that harks to the story of the march into Jerusalem and is held all over the country. The Rally gathers people of different cultures, faiths and communities to remember the plight of refugees and call on our leaders to act with greater compassion, honesty & responsibility.
Meet Sunday at Garema Place- 1pm
Last Sunday morning Margaret Reeson reported on the devastating 7.5 Richter scale earthquake which recently hit PNG, particularly the Southern Highlands, including Mendi, Nipa and Tari where Ron and Margaret worked in the 60’s and 70’s with the United Church of PNG (a partner church of the Uniting Church in Australia)
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Service of Commissioning for Lay Pastor Darren Wright
Saturday 17th March – 3 pm @ GUCCC
Parking: It would be great if our regular members could park next door at the Salvo’s (who have kindly offered their parking area) or across the road to leave the GUCCC car park free for visitors and those with mobility restrictions.
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Darren will lead us in All Age Worship and bring the message. Oasis and Billabong groups meet with leaders after morning tea.
Next Bible Conversation: Tuesday 20th March, 7.30 pm at GUCCC. All welcome. No RSVP required.
Easter Worship Services: See the bulletin for days and times.
Everyone is welcome to Worship each Sunday at 9.30 am
A very warm welcome to our incoming minister Lay Pastor Darren Wright along with Holly and their children Theodore and Isabelle. We are very blessed to have your family with us at Gungahlin Uniting.
Worship this Sunday 4th March will be lead by Chris Dodd and Darren will bring us the message. Oasis for primary aged children meet after morning tea. There is no Billabong Breakfast this Sunday.
First Sunday Converse and Cafe returns for 2018 this weekend – meet with Darren at GUC at 6 pm for this time of reflective worship and faith conversation. For any who would like, we will share a meal afterwards in the town centre.