Where Are We?
We gather every Sunday at 9 am.
Our meetings usually last about an hour and are followed by morning tea. Everyone is warmly welcome to participate as they feel comfortable, including in communion which is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
Where Do We Fit?
We meet on Tharawal land, first colonized by the British under Governor Macquarie and ‘granted’ to settlers in 1805. We seek to support reconciliation with Indigenous Australians, recognizing the historic injustices they have suffered.
We are a local expression of the Uniting Church in Australia. We belong to the Parramatta-Nepean Presbytery within the Synod of NSW as part of the Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia. We are thankful to God for the missions and ministries of the Uniting Church and related agencies.
We are one local expression of the broader Christian church. Together with them, we hold to the foundational beliefs of the church throughout the ages. We seek to work with all other churches and Christian agencies as we strive together to be disciples of Jesus Christ.