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Warnervale Regional Uniting Church

Warnervale Regional Uniting Church

A small and growing congregation; caring for each other and caring in the community.

An Easter reflection from the Moderator, Rev. Simon Hansford ... See MoreSee Less
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Dear Warnervales,Last week, I attended a mission planning workshop. My primary purpose was to learn the toolkit of mission planning, as it is our priority this year. The mission is a word that challenges us. Sometimes, we confuse this word with evangelism. Still, I think it is bigger than that, as it is also in God’s terms, God’s sending, calling, relating, ministering, and commanding on us, the church.Yes, the owner of the mission is our God, not us. We are just sent to the world as a church to carry out God’s mission. While we carry out the mission, the church is always messy and full of different voices. And many diverse ideas are suggested, too, as each of us has different experiences and understanding of the church. We may be involved in arguments due to other viewpoints. Or we may have to step back to reflect on why we do what we do, what we desire, and what we miss now. But in such a place, we will find ourselves who keep moving forward, interacting with one another, and seeking God’s help and guidance.We are hopeful despite challenges and difficulties because we are joyful and happy to do this. How it is true that it is a joy as we work together. And also how it is a joyful moment as we share our stories, hopes, and concerns, encourage one another, and find our strength and possibilities. So, mission planning is not just our duties but a time of fellowship, encouragement, and care for each other. Blessings, Rev. Sunny Lee. ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosToday is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – the beginning of Harmony Week in Australia. As we rejoice in the rich multicultural tapestry of our Church and nation as a gift from God, we must not forget our call to address the racism and discrimination that continues to fracture and divide our communities.75 years on from the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we still have work to do to fully recognise the reality of racism and usher in positive change for reconciliation and the safety and flourishing of all.Let’s commit to doing that work, today and every day.#IDERD #IDERD2023 #HarmonyDay #HarmonyWeek ... See MoreSee Less
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