• Mudgee

    9.30am each Sunday

    Mudgee Uniting Church Congregation joins together for worship at 9:30am each Sunday (Mortimer St, opposite Mudgee Woolworths). Aged from 1 to 91, each person is an important member of our church community and worship.   We celebrate Holy Communion on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.  Our Sunday gatherings seek to include and be engaging for all ages.   Sunday services are followed by morning tea.   Services are led by members of our Lay Ministry Team, and are informal and inclusive.  We seek to build a community of faith, growing in our understanding and prayer. 

  • Rylstone

    9.30am each Sunday 

    The Southern Cudgegong Congregation meets each week at Rylstone at 9:30am (cnr Cox St and Ilford Rd). Our Sunday gatherings are meaningful and relaxed, with a variety of leaders, welcoming people of all backgrounds and ages. Holy Communion is celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of the month.  Sunday services are followed by friendly conversation over morning tea. 

  • Running Stream

    2.30pm on third Sunday of each month   

    The congregation meets on the 3rd Sunday of each month at 2.30pm at the  Running Stream Hall. 
     Holy Communion is shared bi-monthly .    
    Our Sunday gatherings seek to include and be engaging for all ages. The music is great!!

  • Gulgong 

    Services will now be held at the CWA rooms in Herbert Street, Gulgong at 2pm. 

     The dates for our next services in Gulgong are August 27 and October 29, 2017.

    We look forward to also holding a Christmas service on December 10, 2017. 

    All are welcome to join us for worship and afternoon tea after the service. 

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Our beautiful candles will remind both Melanie and Laura of their promises, and of the light that their faith brings to their lives.
On Sunday Melanie and Laura professed their faith and were confirmed, with the support of the congregation.
Rylstone Playgroup sharing their joy at being together, learning and playing each week.
The 40th anniversary logo, which can be viewed as a starburst, fireworks or a dandelion head whose seeds are spread on the wind. The image brings to mind celebration, diversity and all the varied parts of the Uniting Church.
Celebrating 40 years of the Uniting Church Australia.