Children’s Corner – during the 9:15 Sunday Service is valued by families as it allows parents, grandparents and children to be included in Sunday Worship. A child-friendly space is provided within the Chapel with books, toys, a child’s size table … Continue reading →
If you ever need to move the candle on the Communion Table, please either wait until the molten wax has set, or be very careful as hot wax spilt onto the table is extremely difficult to remove. Thank you, Rod … Continue reading →
Saturday 4th April at Edwardstown Bunnings, South Rd. We are looking for volunteers to cook or serve sausages between 9:30am and 4:30pm. Please contact Ann McLean if you can assist. Ph 8298 6913.
Get your tickets for the FEAST OF MANY CULTURES, on Saturday 15th Feb at 6.00 pm in the church hall. Tickets cost $25.00 each, available through church office. Money raised will help refugees through the Blackwood Circle of Friends. Bookings … Continue reading →
Join us on Sunday 16th of February at 12.15pm in the Blackwood Uniting Church Coffee Lounge for a time of philosophical and theological reflection about the deeper questions of life…or about whatever happens to take our fancy on the day! … Continue reading →
The next meeting will be on Tuesday, 18th February, 2pm at 23 University Way, Bellevue Heights (Claudia Cliff’s home). We will be discussing Ndaba Mandela’s book, “Going to the Mountain”. All welcome.
Sunday Feb. 23rd. a beach walk is planned for 5.00 p.m. ( Some of us may be involved in the earlier workshop , scheduled to end at 2.30!) Milton and Jan Turner 82782523 are contacts for that walk.
Saturday 22 February 10.30am-12.30pm Parliament House Adelaide Sponsored by a coalition of climate activism groups including School Strike for Climate, Extinction Rebellion, Fossil Free SA, Friends of the Earth and GetUp!
Thanks to everyone who was able to donate to the Bushfire Relief Fund. Approx $2200 was received through the Retiring Offerings and many others donated online. Donations to the Uniting Church SA Relief Fund will be used to support local … Continue reading →