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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Kids Church during service.

Worship Times
Welcome

Sunday Service 9.30am followed by morning tea

Kids Church during service

Friday Healing Service 10.30am

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Covid safe rules apply

Latest online service link listed below.

Worship Times
Welcome

Sunday service 9.30am followed by morning tea.

Kids Church during service

Friday Healing Service 10.30am

QR code check-in

Covid safe rules 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 43305334

THURSDAYS
TOGETHER

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

A group for men and women

Contact Dulcie 43305334

THURSDAY
LUNCH

2nd Thursday each month

Wyong Golf Club

Contact Carolyn 4330 5334

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 2022 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

The Wind Ran Out of Breath

Late that day he said to them, “Let’s go across to the other side.” They took him in the boat as he was. Other boats came along. A huge storm came up. Waves poured into the boat, threatening to sink it. And Jesus was in the stern, head on a pillow, sleeping! They roused him, saying, “Teacher, is it nothing to you that we’re going down?”

Awake now, he told the wind to pipe down and said to the sea, “Quiet! Settle down!” The wind ran out of breath; the sea became smooth as glass. Jesus reprimanded the disciples: “Why are you such cowards? Don’t you have any faith at all?”

They were in absolute awe, staggered. “Who is this, anyway?” they asked. “Wind and sea at his beck and call!”

Mark 4:35-41  The Message

 

A Look at the Reading

A storm on the lake

It was the end of a long busy day for Jesus. He wanted to get away from the crowd by going on a boat to the other side of the lake. A lake is usually calm waters but a storm comes quickly making the lake a dangerous place. The boat might sink, the disciples might be thrown into turbulent waters and drown.

Jesus was tired and asleep, unaware of the frightening storm when the disciples woke him. Jesus shows his authority over nature itself by ordering the lake to become calm. It made Jesus sad that the disciples still did not fully understand who he was, even after all they had heard and seen.

Jesus can bring calmness to us when we endure the storms of life that effect our health, peace of mind or family problems if we put our trust in him.

 

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Prayer
How wonderful it is, how pleasant,
for God’s people to live together in harmony!
Lord help us to live peacefully with one another,
to be a community who cares for the weak,
and the less fortunate among us.
Let this be our calling we pray. Amen.

 

 

 

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.

 

LATEST NEWS FROM OUR FACEBOOK PAGE
Dear Warnervales,'What does it mean to be a community-engaged, missional church? How can we make our churches more 'now' and inter-cultural?'I want to share with you an event that we participate in:We are collecting for the PNG Clean Water Appeal from 27th June-15 AugustOur partners, the United Church in Papua New Guinea (PNG), have been running a successful behaviour change campaign for many years, teaching thousands of people about the importance of clean water and good hygiene. When the pandemic hit Papua New Guinea, they were ready to expand this work to include COVID-19 awareness and prevention. They've been out in force educating communities about the threats of COVID-19 and the importance of regular hand washing.With the permission of the PNG Government, over the past six months, the UCPNG team (along with volunteer change agents) have:educated 14,500 people on best practice water hygiene and sanitation distributed 687 pamphlets, 2505 posters, six banners, and 3840 bars of soap. Worked with 11 congregations, 14 communities and six schools along the East Cape Coast.A team of three theologians also shared COVID-19 safety messages to help people understand this and other disasters from a theological perspective. One of them was Kerron, a recent Master of Theology graduate of Raronga Theological College. "Every home now is implementing the tippy tap approach to wash hands in the villages we visited, church seats are marked a metre apart, and masks are sewn by women to help with schools and public," said Kerron.Thank you for supporting the work of our partners UCPNG and helping them make a huge impact in their communities! For more information, please click here,unitingworld.org.au/tag/papua-new-guinea/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Dear Warnervales,As we go through the pandemic surge, many Christian authors publish "Pandemic books" to actively respond to this ageing challenge. Indeed, the church is one of the critical readers as the church have to anticipate the post-pandemic environment in terms of mission. Concerning such purpose: predicting the future, recreating our understanding of the future church, I want to share with you about this little book, The Post Quarantine Church.As the world is geographically quarantined for a long time, all are frustrated and exhausted. Indeed, it doesn't seem to be ended. Even the author came near to being panic ked as well. But, the author, as a minister and consultant for the churches, has reminded himself of faith, in which he gains the strength again to confront all sorts of negative feeling: He renews his mindset in faith.As he changes his views, he could meet many church leaders who have been already working fervently despite many difficulties and barriers for ministry. Already they have been coping with the quarantine situation well, by moving creatively and actively. The author is much encouraged sincerely with their work. Below are the author's suggestions about how the churches can renew and recreate the environment.1. The church has been busy with too many programs and competitive works among the churches. Now the post quarantine church should focus on people as they are the church. The church is not just a physical place where all the programs and activities take place; instead, it gathers people.2. Now, the church has been finding a new digital mission and ministry territory, experiencing these pandemic challenges. It is a positive discovery that the church can further digital communication & mission land.3. The church should be placed in the local community beyond the church boundaries. 4. The first step toward a digital church and a community church is praying. And the post quarantine church should always be connected with the community so that they can come and share the space comfortably and joyfully always.5. The post-quarantine church can not go back to the church before the pandemic. Instead, the church needs to put all efforts and faithfulness to find new ways of gathering. For instance, we can gather in smaller groups, or we can try more diverse digital ways. This book is worth reading as it has vital points of reflection on the post-quarantine church ahead. Although we can not bring all the critical suggestions to our church context, it is helpful for us to realise our context and pray for the future church, our post-quarantine church.Blessings, Rev. Sunny Lee. ... See MoreSee Less
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REPORT from CHURCH COUNCILWorking Bee:10th July, 2021 8:00a.m. – 10:00a.m. If it is raining, we will do some inside work.Congregation AGM: 10th October,2021 after service. Final date for Reports is 19th September, 2021. Please make a note in your diary.Building Hire: The hiring cost will be increased by approximately ten percent. This is our first increase since opening.Offertory Counting: People are needed to count the offering after the Service each Sunday, it will take about 10 – 15 minutes. If you are willing to help, please let Grace know.PNG Water Appeal: Will commence 27th June, 2021 and will finish 15th August, 2021. ... See MoreSee Less
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On World Environment Day we remember God's great love for creation. We remember our place in the complex and precious web of life, and the call to care for the world around us. We remember the ancient history of deep care for lands and waters by First Peoples since time immemorial.To mark the day we offer this prayer for action on climate change, which you can read in full here: bit.ly/weduca2021 ... 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