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It’s wonderful that Palm Sunday has become a day to join the crowds and make a noise about the people on the edges. Hosanna!

Holy Week Services at Mudgee Uniting Church Maundy Thursday Thursday 18 April 7.00 pm Good Friday Friday 19 April 3.00 pm Easter Sunday Sunday 21 April 6.00 am in the front yard 9.30 am Mudgee Uniting Church

Every day!


An approach to change that has some good ideas in it.

Some good news.

A beautiful inclusive reflection. All of this is us.

Memorial service for Christchurch tonight at Mudgee Uniting

Our Synod moderator, Simon Hansford, will share stories, wisdom and information about the Uniting Church, now and into the future. He is a dynamic speaker and everyone will enjoy his presentation. Everyone is welcome. Friday: dinner at the Mudgee Uniting Church from 7-9 pm Saturday: 'sharing shed' event at Rylstone Uniting Church from 7-9 pm Sunday: worship and community lunch 9.30 - 2.30 pm. RSVP Lynne Waller 0402948514 or Merilyn Mosher 0416057839

An upcoming visit that we are really looking forward to! Everyone is welcome to hear Simon share his stories and hear our stories! All of this is us! .

Mudgee Uniting Community Garden

Remembering the victims, families, and friends of the people in Christchurch. We welcome everyone from across the community to join with us for a time of prayer, reflection and remembrance. You are welcome to come with a prayer, to come and sit in silence, to join together with others to grieve and hope.

Remembering Christchurch. On Thursday 28 March at 7pm, we will have a time of prayer in remembrance of the lives lost in Christchurch. Mudgee Uniting Church. Open to people of all denominations, all faiths are welcome.

During Lent we are building our worship each week around the concept of courage- courage to act, courage to serve, courage to be transformed in our living. Lent Event is part of our worship and the ministry team have committed to each putting $1 a day aside towards supporting Timor Leste. For more information, visit the Lent event page. Over the weeks of Lent we are knocking down walls- we have built a wall that will come down a little each week. We worship at 9.30 each week- join us to explore courage, in our world today.

How our wider church leads the way.

Would you call this a congregation of baptism candles?😊 how lovely do these look? Remember, if you need a candle for worship or for a gift, or a wedding we can provide you with one. Our full range is on our website. Or contact us through FB. 😊

Today is the first Sunday of Lent. Our theme for Lent will be "It Took Courage...". We will be asking ourselves "How do we break down the walls that divide"? Come and join us this week as we introduce the people of East Timor and journey with them in their courageous struggle to freedom. Today 9.30am EVERYONE welcome!

Building the community up.

And one to chuckle with.

Something to ponder on today.

An awe inspiring piece of information!

Sunday 17.2.19 Today we made our own tin forest, for the full story see link. The poor, the hungry, the downcast, the rejected – all were central to the mission of Jesus. And Jesus intent was not just to bring comfort and blessings to these people, but to bring transformation to their lives. Similarly the old man in 'The Tin Forest' story brought complete transformation to the yard of junk that he lived in, and through his hard work and conviction to change, a beautiful forest emerged. Our craft activity involved transforming some rubbish, everyday leftovers from our lives, into something new & beautiful.

Some interesting ideas here!

β€˜Here I am , Lord. Send me”. Tomorrow morning our worship explores how each of us brings our unique selves when we respond to the words of God and follow. Wondering what role you might play if you said, send me? Join us to find out more! 9.30 am at Mudgee Uniting Church.

Bible Study for 2019 starts tonight. 7pm at the church hall, all welcome.

Worship Sunday 9.30am. Why did the people of Nazareth want to throw Jesus off a cliff? Luke 4: 21-30. Come to church and find out! Everyone welcome.

Something to read slowly and think upon. Something to remind us to love unconditionally, to look and really see, to hear and really listen . Something to talk with others about as we plan to reach out and include others.

Some interesting reading about our history.

We are all valuable parts of the body of Christ. This morning we created a body to remind us how we all have a part to play.

Tomorrow morning in worship we are thinking about the body - yes, all our bodies and ourselves as parts of the body. Peter has prepared a service that will involve us all. Join us at 9.30 for Worship, followed by morning tea. πŸ˜€

Here are some pictures from our worship on Sunday. It was plain hot outside but the warmth inside was joyful. A wonderful celebration!