At Turramurra Uniting Church we are all about Jesus, and connecting faith with life. We have a strong history of ministry to children, youth & families; a heart for helping people in need, especially our seniors; and a desire to give back to our local community.
Our Sunday Worship Times are: 9am (main worship service);
10:45am (Traditional); and 6:30pm (Night Church)
Turramurra Uniting Church (TUC) is a welcoming and inclusive church. Our worship style is creative and contemporary with practical teaching about faith, life and Jesus. If you are looking for a church, we would love you to check us out.
The reading starts with the transfiguration of Jesus where the voice of God confirms to Peter, James and John that Jesus is indeed God’s son and the Messiah. Peter wants to stay up on the mountain but instead Jesus leads them back to reality. In a literal “coming off the mountain top” experience – the disciples are then confronted with the real world … a father with a sick child who is desperate for help.
The sermon explores the tension that we find in our own lives to hold together those moments (such as worship) where we feel so close to God and other moments when the real world seems to dominate and we struggle to connect our faith to it.
Featured in the October Issue of Turramurra Uniting Church Newsletter: Good News Stories! HSC Prayer Brunch What’s happening in October and more.. The newsletter for October is available now. Download here. The Calendar for October is available now. Download here.
Featured in the September Issue of Turramurra Uniting Church Newsletter: September – a month for Thanksgiving Moving forward with the marriage decision from the 15th Assembly HSC Prayer Brunch What’s happening in September and more.. The newsletter for September is available now. Download here. The Calendar for September is available now. Download here.
Our Church is having an appeal for those affected by the NSW drought. We have been moved by the stories and struggles of the farmers and others in rural towns as they cope with the lack of rain. Our church has an on-going relationship with two rural Uniting Churches – Cranbury UCA and Hillston UCA. In conversations, we have been told that one of the best ways that we can support people who are struggling is to supply some VISA Read more
Featured in the August Issue of Turramurra Uniting Church Newsletter: Welcome to Jonty Cornford – our new interim Children, Youth and Family Worker Mission Priority Updates Update from the 15th Assembly Report from the Dementia Discussion Day What’s happening in August The newsletter for August is available now. Download here. The Calendar for August is available now. Download here.