Moderator’s Visit and Closure of Ministry - 25 June 2017
Sunday the 25 June 2017 will be a special day for City Church.
We are pleased to have the moderator of the NSW-ACT Synod, Rev Myung Hwa Park, sharing in the morning service at 10.00am. The service will mark the 40th anniversary of the formation of the Uniting Church in Australia and we will be joined by members of the Toe Talatalanoa, St Columba’s and O’Connor congregations.
The service will also include a formal Closure of Ministry for Rev Elizabeth Raine who has completed her Intentional Interim Ministry tasks with City Church and St Columbas. Representatives from the Canberra Region Presbytery will participate in part of the service.
The service will be followed by a light lunch in the Riley Hall.
Everyone is encouraged to attend the service and stay for the lunch.
Easter Messages 2017
AmnesTEA August 2016
Canberra City Uniting Church hosted an AmnesTEA after Church on Sunday
28 August 2016 to raise money to protect human rights . So far we have raised more than $624
You can support our efforts bymaking an online donation and posting a message of support
At City Church we are concerned about the prevalence of domestic violence in the community.
See our special Domestic Violence page for more information.
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Easter Messages 2016
NSW/ACT Synod has a New Website
The Uniting Church in New South Wales and the ACT has a new website at nswact.uca.org.au
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The Transit Lounge
The Transit Lounge is an online publication for young people who care about faith. Sponsored by the Uniting Church, it discusses life, culture, the world and home, news and events for and by people who trying to figure out life. It doesn't have the answers, it's about the conversation. Join in.
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Can you help UnitingCare?
Check this website www.withoutfearorfavour.org.au for ten ways they can help the work of UnitingCare. It is interactive with polls and networking options and it also features our television community service announcement. Some of the ten ways to help include ‘Lend a hand locally’ which involves the support of local congregations, ‘Make a Donation’ and ‘Become a foster carer’.