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Happy Birthday Uniting Church! 40 years ago this week members of the new, first Australian born church celebrated with worship and fellowship. This week we remember and celebrate again. At Mudgee Uniting Church we are worshipping in a special service, at 7pm on 22 June. Join us for a special event. Light supper follows.

This Sunday is our Community Garden Lunch. On the first Sunday of each month, lunch is from 11.30-1.00. We use seasonal produce picked fresh from the garden to create the meal. Everyone is welcome! 😃 Come to the tearoom/kitchen and join us.

This Sunday it is Mother's Day, and the theme of our morning service will focus on ideas connected to mothering: protection, change, justice, peace, security, belief and hope. Bigger than our own mothers, we will consider how we can honour them by respecting all women – at all levels of society. Mothers have always worried about issues bigger than their own lives, and in our service this idea will be explored further. Following the service there will be morning tea for all to share. Come and join us at 9.30 am. Everyone is welcome.

Something to think about. Ironic to share it on Facebook!

A thought filled way to read daily readings.

On June 22 the Uniting Church turns 40! 🎉🎉🎉 We will be celebrating with a worship service at 7 pm that night. Praise, prayer, memories towards a great future. Join us in the Mudgee church for worship and supper.

Whatever not? We all like to immerse ourselves in hands on, and messy church principles are about relationships - talking, thinking, sharing, discovering.

Please pray for those who have been impacted by this event.

Did you know we create candles for special times in your worship? Here is a sample. See more on our website at mudgeerylstoneuniting.org.au. Order through the website contact.

Note the change now to cool weather times.

Our Easter services.

What an example of identifying a need and fulfilling it! Well done to Castle Hill!