Our annual combined service will take place this Sunday (March 29th – Palm Sunday) at 5.30pm. Please note there will be no 9am service this Sunday.
Just as at a regular 5.30pm Evening Service, dinner will be provided following the service, as will creche and Kids’s Club. We look forward to seeing all our church family this Sunday, as well as any visitors, at 5.30pm.
Although most of us no longer live off the land, we can still thank God for his bountiful provision to us via the long-standing tradition of celebrating the ‘harvest’.
This Sunday (March 15th) both our 9am and 5.30pm services will celebrate the harvest via the creation of an instillation of food items (canned and other non-perishable food items) bought from home. As an act of thanksgiving these items will later be donated to Wollongong Mission’s meals program for the needy. Please come along armed with a contribution from your pantry ready to add to the stockpile.
Starting tonight and running throughout March, our 5.30pm Evening Service will be embarking on a new series we’re calling ‘Church = me’. We will be looking the biblical understanding of church and asking ourselves how we can best be God’s church today. What needs to change? What needs to stay the same?
Our Wednesday night kids clubs for boys and girls, BiG & GiG, kick off this week at 6.30pm. See below the full programs for term 1…
Members of Gerringong Uniting Church, Welcome to Australia and Christian Surfers are hosting a day to welcome our recently arrived refugee friends on Saturday 31st January from 8.30am at Seven Mile Beach, Gerroa. The day includes a learn to Surf Session with local surfers and a BBQ lunch. Please contact Marty Richardson on 0402 374 175 if you would you like to be involved on the day by assisting with the surfing, cooking the BBQ, or just praying or hanging out and getting to know people who want to do what Aussies do.
Each Sunday throughout January our 5.30pm Evening Service is held at Emery Park, Gerroa. This is a great chance to relax amongst a caring and fun community of faith. We enjoy a BYO picnic dinner (free BBQs available) and share in a brief time of informal worship and teaching. A game of cricket usually follows, as does a swim at the beach for the really keen!
So if you’re not into all the trappings of ‘church’ but are interested in exploring how Jesus is still relevant in 2015, this is the least ‘churchy’ option around – basically a BBQ dinner with friends & a short, creative message. All welcome.
This Christmas we are lighting up the old girl in celebration of the birth of Christ. As you can see below, the results are spectacular. Swing by and check it out between 8pm & 10pm each night up until New Years.
Like many of the locals ministers and pastors in the Illawarra, each Christmas Peter records a brief Christmas spot for our local Christian radio station, Pulse 94.1, which concludes by listing the services times for their church.
Here is a link to Peter’s 2014 Christmas spot…
Our Wednesday night kids clubs for boys and girls (BiG & GiG) start term 4 tonight and have another awesome program lined up for the weeks ahead. You can download the programs below…