We want to stick together as a community as much as we can throughout the social distancing policies brought about during the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are a few ways we are resourcing you in worship and how you can keep in touch.
We will use multiple platforms to communicate with you, if you don’t have a Facebook account you won’t need to, although it is a user friendly, easy way to stay in touch with the community as we live out our best isolated life.
We will also communicate via our community Email list, using the list to distribute our worship material and let you know of online gatherings and other community news.
We are creating worship resources to assist you to find space to worship, pray and study at home. These resources are being released weekly and will have resources for people of all ages.
If you’re doing these alone and would like to worship with another please pick up the phone or connect via video over the internet.
Every Sunday morning from 10:00am to 11:30am we will gather over Zoom for community morning tea, all are welcome.
For details on the morning tea, or if you need support please contact Darren Wright.
We have a growing list of resources for the community to explore your faith, either as a group (online), a household or individually. Be patient, we’re trying to figure out the best way of listing these for you at the moment.
Check out the Video Study series on this website for resources, for copyright reasons many of them are password protected, pease contact Darren for the password.
Or, if you like listening to people discuss issues of faith, theology, ethics or theology we have a growing list of podcasts for you to explore.
We also have a library of great books to read, if you’d love one dropped off please let Darren know and he’ll deliver a book direct to you.
We also have been collecting a number of spiritual practices for you to try out at home, at work or as you exercise during the week.
We are a community on a journey, we’ve grown from a small faith community planted in Ngunnawal in the early years of Gungahlin’s development to a thriving inclusive, intergenerational & multicultural community. As Gungahlin has grown we have seen a lot of change.
We are an open and inclusive community, everyone is welcome to use their gifts in worship, prayer, leadership, hospitality and teaching.
Every Sunday, 9:30am
Gungahlin Uniting Church and Community Centre
108 The Valley Avenue, Gungahlin, ACT, 2913
Worship is for all ages, (0 to 93!) and seeks to be meaningful in different ways for us all.
In Jesus Christ we see how he drew near to each and all and so we hope our worship expresses this nearness too.