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Readings for this Sunday: 19 November 2017

by Daniel

Each Sunday morning we hear Scripture read during our worship gatherings. Normally, these readings come from a larger collection of weekly readings referred to as the Revised Common Lectionary. In the length of a Sunday sermon, it is only possible to explore these readings so far – but understanding these passages often takes much longer. […]

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What are our hopes for the church?

by Daniel

On Reformation Sunday (29 October) as part of our Sunday Service, we commemorated 500 years since the start of the Protestant Reformation in 1517, when, by legend, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of a church in Wittenberg. As we began to think about how the world is changing, and what it […]

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Readings for this Sunday: 12 November 2017

by Daniel

Each Sunday morning we hear Scripture read during our worship gatherings. Normally, these readings come from a larger collection of weekly readings referred to as the Revised Common Lectionary. In the length of a Sunday sermon, it is only possible to explore these readings so far – but understanding these passages often takes much longer. […]

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Trial of Sermon Recordings

by Daniel

I have had a few members of the congregation request that I record my sermons for those who like to relisten to ponder in their own time. Recording sermons also makes sense in a multicentre congregation, where not every location has a service every week. As such, I started trialling recording my sermon today. This […]

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What gives you hope?

by Daniel

Winter has well and truly arrived after our overnight freezes last weekend. It seems like perfect weather to wrap yourself up in a blanket in front of the television and hibernate until the summer returns. If we were in the Northern Hemisphere however, winter would be a really important time as churches, families and communities […]

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Practice of the Month: Discernment

by Daniel

‘Christians believe that human beings have the capacity to hear, see, touch, and feel God – a genuine sensing of truth and beauty through which we know God and know God’s will. Christians call this discernment. Some Christians depict this capacity as a supernatural gift, a miraculous directive, or an extraordinary mystical experience. Others view […]

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Faith Formation Resources for May available

by Daniel

Each month this year we are thinking about a different Christian practice in our worship, through workshops, and also in our private devotions. Resources to help you think about each theme will be available on this site under the ‘Faith Formation Section’. This month we are thinking about the practice of pastoral care, why we […]

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Easter and Holy Week Service Times

by Daniel

Holy Week and Easter Service Times: Thursday 13 April, 6:30pm: A Shared Meal Friday 14 April, 9am: Good Friday Saturday 15 April: church open all day for prayer Sunday 16 April, 9am: Easter Sunday – a celebration of new life!   All are welcome to celebrate

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Article in Crookwell Gazette

by Daniel

Introducing a new Uniting Church pastor for Crookwell, Daniel Mossfield Read the full article at: http://www.crookwellgazette.com.au/story/4515577/a-uniting-faith/?cs=621 Daniel Mossfield, the new Uniting Church pastor, is at present studying for his ordination. Pastor Mossfield, with his wife and two-year-old son, moved to Crookwell to enjoy a quiet country atmosphere. The couple came from the Hawkesbury district of […]

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Closure of Ministry and Commissioning of new Ministry Team

by Daniel

Sunday 29th November, 9am On Sunday 29th 9:00 am at Wesley Uniting Church, we will have a Service to close the ministry of Lay Pastor Keith Robinson who is headed to Sydney to continue his studies towards ordination. All our prayers are with Keith and Ros as they go. In the same service we will […]

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