Journeying with God as we love and serve the community

Abundant vegetables!

What a picture of growth and healthy food. In the garden you can learn about wicking beds, caring for plants and growing your own vegetables.

Preparing food from our garden

Sophie worked hard to create beautiful food for the visitors to our garden on Open Garden weekend.

The final Sunday in the season of Creation

Over the month of October we built this wonderful vision of creation - our world is beautiful, and we were reminded of our role in caring for it.

Term 1 2020

Welcome to the New Year ! 

As a congregation, we enjoy the chance to eat together. 

We invite you to join us - everyone is welcome to share a time of food and fellowship.  

Ladies' Breakfast

Saturday 15 February at 8.00 am

Outside the Square, Market St Mudgee. 

Blokes' Night Out 

Wednesday 4 March at 6.30 pm

The Courthouse Hotel. 

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Prayer for others. 

We have a prayer chain - together strengthening our individual prayer - for those who we hear of. If you want to know more, or have a prayer request, please email us here.


Community Garden 


The times for opening vary with the season. 

Currently, the garden is open

Monday 8.00 - 10.00 am

Saturday 9.00 -11.00 am

Come and enjoy the garden: help planting, tend to the vegetables and fruit trees, eat fresh produce, or simply sit and enjoy. 

There is always someone to talk to, or share with.  

Check out the Facebook page for weekly activity. 


There is always something happening!

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Join us to learn, share, eat and enjoy being in the sunshine and the garden. 

FInd Mudgee Uniting Community Garden on Facebook to see what is happening. 

Regular Community Activities


The Grapevine

Term 1 2020 issue is now here on the website. 

You can learn about people in our congregations.

You can be inspired by shared ideas and experiences.

Find the Grapevine in the Information tab. 

Our Weekly activities are about connecting with others, learning and sharing our lives. Everyone is welcome. 
Crossroads Christian Fellowship
First Sunday of every month:
Mudgee Uniting Church 
6.00 - 8.00 pm
An inclusive  time of worship and fellowship. 

Exploring the Lectionary 
Mudgee Uniting Church 
7.00 - 8.00 pm
Rylstone Uniting Church
3.00 - 4.00 pm
Learn more about the readings that guide our worship each week. 

Nitter Natter 
2.00 - 4.00 pm
Mudgee Uniting Church
A chance to spend time knitting for charity,
learning to knit,
sharing afternoon tea and
enjoying good company. 
All welcome

Rylstone Pop-In Playgroup. 
10.00 - 12.00 Noon
Rylstone Uniting Church Hall.
Chances to meet other parents, share some fun and relax for a while. 


Kids in the Garden@Mudgee


10.00 - 12.00 noon 

Mudgee Uniting Church Hall & Garden 

Children can play, garden, cook and create, whilc their parents meet new friends, share expriences and play too. All welcome! 


About our Community

 Who are we?

We are pilgrim people, walking together to discover the wonder of God's love for all of us. 

We worry, feel anxious, have amazing joy in our hearts, bear great sorrow and ask the big questions. 

We feel rushed, too busy, frightened by things happening in the world, and confused by the many mixed messages, the power of social media and the way people are excluded or poorly treated. 

We stand for peace, for love, for open heartedness and justice. 

We are the Uniting Church - a congregation in the community of Mudgee wanting to live as Jesus would have us live. 

Everyone is welcome, and we invite you to join us. 

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Words of Wisdom

“God created us for this: to live our lives in a way that makes him look more like the greatness and the beauty and the infinite worth that he really is. This is what it means to be created in the image of God.”

John Piper

“Whoever wishes to be my follower must deny his very self, take up his cross each day, and follow in my steps.”

Luke 9: 23

“When you focus on being a blessing, God makes sure that you are always blessed in abundance. ”

Joel Osteen

“Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness. ”

Desmond Tutu