We are the local community’s Uniting Church in the Morayfield region.
Our main worship service is on Sundays at 8:30am.
Communion service is held on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 8:30am.
We share morning tea and fellowship after the services.
We also conduct children’s Sunday School at 8:30am.
You are welcome to join us at any time.
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Our worship space has a raised stage area at the front where the communion table, the baptism font, and the bible stand and a lectern are placed, and is primarily used by the people leading worship. There is a music section in one of the front corners where a piano and a set of drums reside.
The front of the worship space also has the ability to hang banners, and a number of different banners are used during the year.
The worship space contains a small cosy enclosed visible area at the back for toddlers and small children.
Worship services use computerised screens for words used in the service. This is facilitated by a communications desk down the back with the computing and controlling equipment, and a set of three screens, two facing the back (one at the front and one halfway to the back), and a third facing the stage (used by worship leaders).
Seating is a set of comfortable cloth covered chairs on a carpeted floor. Additional seating is available if required. This enables reconfiguration of the worship space. On occasions we use a set of tables with the chairs around them in this space.
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Our most important messages are in the GRAPE VINE – our weekly newsletter.
“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.”
The newsletter contains our details of the day’s service including Bible readings, Speaker and Topic.
It also provides the Prayer Points for the week, upcoming Event details and opportunities for Education and Training.
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