250/252 Warnervale Road, Hamlyn Terrace NSW 2259
02 4330 5334

WELCOME TO THE Warnervale Regional Uniting Church A Centre For Community WORSHIP TIMES

Sunday Worship at 9.30am

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in person and via ZOOM

Worship Times
Welcome

Sunday Service 9.30am in-person and via ZOOM (except 1st Sundays)

Kids Church during service

Friday Healing Service 10.30am

QR code check-in

Covid safe rules apply

Latest online service link listed below.

Worship Times
Welcome

Sunday service 9.30am in-person and via ZOOM (except 1st Sundays)

Kids Church during service

Friday Healing Service 10.30am

QR code check-in

Covid safe rulles apply.

Latest on-line service link listed below.

SOMETHING TO INTEREST YOU

SOMETHING TO INTEREST YOU

BIBLE
STUDY

We have 3 different groups with room for more.

Contact: 4330 5334

PATCHWORK &
SEWING GROUP

Come along and join in on Tuesday mornings.

Contact Dorothy: 4330 5334

JEWELLERY
MAKING

Come along and join in on Friday mornings. 

Contact Anne 4393 9876

THURSDAYS
TOGETHER

1st and 3rd Thursday of the month. Stay connected via email.

A group for men and women

Contact Dulcie 4397 1363

THURSDAY
LUNCH

2nd Thursday each month

Wyong Golf Club

Contact Carolyn 4330 5598

Over 50’S
Excerise

Wednesday morning

Church Hall

Kate Clark 0425 269 685

Pilates
Classes

Mondays & Wednesday

Morning and evening

Caroline Fadi  0410 529 270

Pregnant Pilate
Classes

Thursday evening

Contact Rebekah

Tai Chi
All ages

Tuesday both am & pm

David Ross 0410 050 080

SPECIAL EVENT
Gingerbread House Making 

We look forward to hosting this annual night in November at Warnervale Regional Uniting Church

Partnering With The Community
TOAST 2 GO

Our volunteers provide Monday morning toast for children in local public school.

Working together to support our community.

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SCHOOL SCRIPTURE CLASSES

Bringing stories from the Bible to local Public School Children.

All teachers appropriately accredited.

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STANDING AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Domestic Violence  can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.

We stand against all forms of Domestic Violence.

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THE HIPPY PROGRAM (BURNSIDE)

2yr home-based early learning and parenting program. We assist Burnside with catering and graduation venue.

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FOOD COLLECTION (BURNSIDE)

We actively collect food to be distributed through Burnside (Wyong).

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SOCKS & JOCKS (WE CARE UNITING)

We support We Care Connect, a community not-for-profit program helping vulnerable children on the NSW Central Coast, by providing new socks and undies.

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Worship Resources for Pilgrim People

We will become a holistic centre enriching life and community through Christian faith, worship, social support, learning, physical and artistic endeavour. We will celebrate the connection of Spirit, Body and Mind through faith in God and working with, and for, our local communities.

Reading for Upcoming Worship

To Believe

Later on that day, the disciples had gathered together, but, fearful of the Jews, had locked all the doors in the house. Jesus entered, stood among them, and said, “Peace to you.” Then he showed them his hands and side.

The disciples, seeing the Master with their own eyes, were awestruck. Jesus repeated his greeting: “Peace to you. Just as the Father sent me, I send you.”

Then he took a deep breath and breathed into them. “Receive the Holy Spirit,” he said. “If you forgive someone’s sins, they’re gone for good. If you don’t forgive sins, what are you going to do with them?”

But Thomas, sometimes called the Twin, one of the Twelve, was not with them when Jesus came. The other disciples told him, “We saw the Master.”

But he said, “Unless I see the nail holes in his hands, put my finger in the nail holes, and stick my hand in his side, I won’t believe it.”

Eight days later, his disciples were again in the room. This time Thomas was with them. Jesus came through the locked doors, stood among them, and said, “Peace to you.”

Then he focused his attention on Thomas. “Take your finger and examine my hands. Take your hand and stick it in my side. Don’t be unbelieving. Believe.”

Thomas said, “My Master! My God!”

Jesus said, “So, you believe because you’ve seen with your own eyes. Even better blessings are in store for those who believe without seeing.”

Jesus provided far more God-revealing signs than are written down in this book. These are written down so you will believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and in the act of believing, have real and eternal life in the way he personally revealed it.

John 20:19-31 The Message

A Look at the Reading

The disciples had gathered within a locked room when suddenly Jesus was among them. In some ways, his body was the same, he had the injuries in his hands that the nails had caused. He still had the injury in the side of his body. Somehow he was able to pass through the walls and the doors but he was not just a spirit. Jesus had a real body that people could touch him but in other ways his body was different.

One disciple, Thomas, was not there at the time. Thomas wanted physical proof that Jesus was alive. He refused to believe it unless he saw Jesus himself. Many people still think this way, they want proof before they will believe. We cannot see Jesus with our physical sight. But we know that he lives through faith. We can talk to him in our prayers. We can listen to him in our minds and feel him in our hearts and our spirits. We know that he answers our prayers. Although we have not seen Jesus physically, we believe in him and for this God blesses us.

 

Prayer

How good and pleasant it is
    when God’s people live together in unity!

It is like precious oil poured on the head,
    running down on the beard,
running down on Aaron’s beard,
    down on the collar of his robe.
It is as if the dew of Hermon
    were falling on Mount Zion.
For there the Lord bestows his blessing,
    even life forevermore. Amen.

Psalm 133  NIV

 

 

Here is the link to view the latest Zoom service.

HALL BOOKINGS

For any enquires regarding pricing and availability of our facilites, please contact us.

IMPORTANT: Users without Public Liability insurance must apply for coverage with the Uniting Church at least 14 days prior to the event.

Main Hall

Main Church Hall

6 sided room with seating for 200. Small raised area. LVT floors and good acoustics. Tables available. Air-conditioned.

Multi-Purpose

Multi-Purpose

Rectangular room with kitchen access seating 80-100 or approx. 65 seated at tables. Able to be divided. LVT flooring. Air-conditioned.  External access to safety gated grass area.

 

Office Spaces

Office Spaces

3 available for permanent exclusive hire or casual hire with the largest 26.3 sq.m. All have Air-conditioning. 2 have external and internal access. Carpet flooring.

 

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Dear Warnervale’s,Happy Easter to you, everyone. May all the joy and peace of the risen Lord be present with you. Today I want to share with you more about our mission team by reflecting on faith and belief.Have you thought about the difference between faith and belief? A famous writer Harvey Cox once talked about the difference between faith and belief in his book "The future of faith" (2009, Harper Collins). According to him, many people think "faith" and "belief" are just two words for the same thing. But they are not the same. Also, he says that it is important to clarify the difference. He says Faith is about "deep-seated confidence."Belief, on the other hand, is more like an opinion and creed. We often use the term in every speech to express a degree of uncertainty. "I don't know about that," we say, "but I believe it may be so." We can believe something to be true without it making much difference to us, but we place our faith only in something vital for the way we live.Even though Harvey Cox clarifies that belief is just like creeds or opinions, I think belief is also essential in our Christian life. We also need belief to articulate what we believe. We need to identify our beliefs with reasonable and logical languages because we want to talk about what we believe into the world. Also, we live in faith. Faith is more primordial than belief. So, we can say faith is the heart of Christian life.In this season of Easter, may you stand firm in faith and belief. May you be free from any limits in your daily lives through faith and belief. Either of them is the essence and one of the most valuable and grateful gifts to us. Let us give thanks to God for giving us faith and belief to be connected with the world and neighbours.Thanks be to God. Rev. Sunny ... See MoreSee Less
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CONTACT US

Address:

251 Warnervale Road,
Hamlyn Terrace
NSW 2259

CONTACT US

Address:

251 Warnervale Road,
Hamlyn Terrace
NSW 2259