A call to action from our general secretary. In all we do, actions and decisions speak louder than words. We are pilgrim people, people of contrast, stepping out to change our world. This next Sunday we meet to consider plans for our church. We pray for courage to act and be the difference we want to see.
A great afternoon with the Mudgee View Club Singers raising funds for our Community Garden. Thanks to everyone who made it a fabulous afternoon.
"CABARET 2017" Sunday 2pm at the church. Featuring the Mudgee View Club Singers. Afternoon tea will be served in the garden following the concert. $10 donation, all proceeds to the Mudgee Uniting Community Garden.
This is one of the synod projects we heard about.
Some food for thought. Maybe sometimes we try too hard and lose sight of the reality of faith in our lives, and the impact it can have on others.
A lovely reflection. 🙂
Our story is for everyone- our stories are all different and we learn from them all. The synod meeting highlighted how we are all part of the bigger picture.
Hi everyone, don't forget the Crossroads service tonight at Mudgee Uniting. Dinner from 6pm, $5.00 donation, service from 7pm. Everyone welcome.
A beautiful morning in Mudgee for the Christening of baby Oliver. Service starts at 9.30am and Communion will be celebrated.
There will be a very special service this Sunday at Mudgee Uniting with the Christening of baby Oliver. A full house is expected so come and celebrate with Oliver's family and friends and our faith community. Communion will also be celebrated.
"Lets Chat" tonight 7pm-8pm at the church. Tough issues for a faith community. Tonight's topic chosen by Lynne "Eat, Drink and Be Merry For Tomorrow You May Die"! Sure to be an interesting discussion. Everyone Welcome.
Bible study Tuesday night 7pm-8pm. "Exploring the Lectionary" come and join a discussion on Sundays reading and message. All welcome.
The link between Sunday worship and the rest of our lives is something to consider as we live our daily life. This article reminds us that, while Sunday offers the chance to share with our congregational family, the rest of our lives are also worship. We live our faith and celebrate it every day.
This Sunday is Social Justice Sunday with a special focus on youth homelessness. Melanie will bring a special message for the day. Service starts at 9.30am.
Bible Study tonight 7pm-8pm "Exploring The Lectionary" Forgiveness, is there a limit? Matthew 18: 21—35
This Sunday Rev. Greg will be leading worship. We will be reflecting on Matthew 18: 21—35 and asking the hard question "how many times must I forgive?" Service starts at 9.30am and communion will be celebrated. Morning tea following the service, everyone welcome.
Bible study tonight "Exploring The Lectionary" 7pm-8pm at the church.
A great cluster gathering yesterday. Thanks to Elizabeth and Kel for your fantastic hospitality. Thanks Rob for the pics.
Bible Study tonight 7pm-8pm at the church. "Exploring The Lectionary". We will be looking at the readings from Sunday and exploring further how they speak to us today. Everyone welcome
The sun is shining the doors are open church starts at 9.30. Happy Father's Day to all the dads.
At church tomorrow we will be celebrating Father's Day. A special treat for the dads so don't miss it. Rev. Greg and Rob Barton will be leading worship and Rob will be speaking on "Love In Action" Romans 12: 9-21. Communion will also be celebrated. Remember that Mudgee Uniting Church is an affirming and accepting community where everyone is welcome. Service starts at 9.30am.
A great day for Kids in The Garden. Toddlers and babies everywhere
Great worship service this afternoon in Gulgong. The CWA Hall was a perfect venue. Thanks to everyone who came along and especially to Rob and Michele for getting it all organised. Next service in Gulgong will be 29th October at 2pm.
Wednesday night 23 Aug 7pm "Lets Chat" tough issues for a faith community. This week "The Plebiscite, Yes, No or Confused". This will be a time for respectful discussion where you can get the facts and share your thoughts and concerns.
This Sunday we will be looking at Matthew 15: 21-28. Rev Greg will lead worship and look at the faith of a woman who believed there was a place for her and her daughter in the Lord’s saving love. So she doggedly went for it! We will also be celebrating communion. Everyone welcome 9.30am, don't worry if its cold the heaters will be on!
An inspiring story.
Here's a way to think about prayer!
Sitting comfortably with silence. Hearing the voice of God and feeling His hand draw us up out of the stormy sea. In our service tomorrow at 9.30 am. Come share the experience. Followed by delicious morning tea from Sue.
Pizza and Movie night tonight at 6pm. Movie is "Sister Act"
Worship tomorrow 9.30am Rev Greg will be leading the service. The reading for the day is the story of the feeding of the five thousand, Matthew 14: 13--21. We will be reflecting on the question "who is welcome at the table?".