Sunday Morning Worship
Children’s programme during school term
Communion first Sunday each month
[in Nuer language]
2.30 pm on 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month
An interactive service at Brown Hill Uniting Church, Humffray St Nth
3rd Thursdays of the month, 4.00pm to 6.00pm
A informal interactive time of exploring, creating, reflecting and eating together. For children, young people and adults. Craft activities, games and worship based on a biblical theme. Dinner provided. All welcome.
Dates for 2019:
February 21st / March 21st / Family Fun Day 11th April / May 16th / June 20th / July 18th / August 15th / September 19th / October 17th / November 21st / December 12th 2019
Family Evening Service
5.00pm on the Fourth Sunday of the Month
Taize Contemplative Service
7pm first Sunday each month
A contemplative service of readings, silent prayer and meditation and sung prayers. We gather and end in silence.
Ministers, [including those who have retired] chaplains and youth workers gather for Communion twice a month to encourage and support one another.
Second Thursdays at 7.30 a.m. followed by breakfast
Fourth Thursdays at 12.30 pm followed by lunch
A Celebration of the gifts of God. Please bring offerings of fruit, vegetables, preserves, eggs, and home- made biscuits to share. At the end of the service people are invited to make up gift boxes of fruit and vegetables etc, to take to any neighbours or friends who need a little cheering up.
Blessing of Animals
10.00 a.m. September 8th, 2019
Held a week after St Francis Day in order to include children at school. Ballarat Clarendon College Junior School Choir and students will be participating. All Creatures Welcome!
Please ensure small animals, fish, birds and reptiles are in cages and large animals are restrained.
Remembrance – All Souls
10.00 a.m. November 3rd, 2019
A Service of Remembrance of those who have died in the past year. People are invited to bring a flower to place in remembrance.
The Revised Common Lectionary (RCL): The lectionary offers congregations a balanced diet of readings and is used by many churches around the world. There are readings for each Sunday of the year from the Hebrew Scriptures, the Psalms, the Epistles and the Gospels.
Howard Wallace: A weekly comment on Old Testament readings
Lectionary Resources: by Bill Loader, including weekly commentary on the New Testament readings
Singing From the Lectionary: A site updated weekly with song and music suggestions based on the Revised Common Lectionary
The Billabong: A worship resource following the Revised Common Lectionary.
With Love to the World – A daily Bible reading guide based on the Revised Common Lectionary
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