Turramurra Uniting Church located in the heart of Turramurra near the station. We are a welcoming and inclusive church who values faith & discipleship; children, youth and families; caring for all generations, especially our seniors; and community engagement.
Our Sunday worship time are: 9am (all-age family worship); 10:45am (traditional worship) and 6:30pm (Night Church / young adult emphasis)
With the NSW health announcement of a lock-down across greater Sydney, we are not holding any in-person worship services this week (and each week while we are in lockdown). Instead all three Sunday worship services will be online. Our Children and Youth Groups which were supposed to start this week will be either delayed or online. Check pages for more details. Keep safe and look after one another!
Turramurra Uniting Church is a welcoming and inclusive church who values faith & discipleship; children, youth and families; caring for all generations, especially our seniors; and community engagement.
Series: PassionTitle: Passion – CommunionDate: Night Church. 12th September, 2021Preacher: Rev Phil SwainBible Reading: John 17:20-26 In the last of our Passion sermon series we are looking at our desire to know and be known. This not only relates to each other but also with our relationship with God. Phil will be sharing some “17 year old Phil-osophy” as well as insights from Kenda Creasy Dean’s book on Practicing Passion. PowerPoint Slides This is our last week of our passion Read more
Today we put aside our usual liturgy and sing 16 wonderful hymns – allowing the words and music of the hymns to speak and minister to us. Using the imagery of the Celtic Cross, the hymns will help us lift our eyes to God in Praise, be reminded of God’s love reaching out to us, give thanks for the cross of Jesus and recommit to live out our faith everyday. Hymn #1 – All creatures of our God and KingHymn Read more
Theme: One Thing I SeekBible Reading: Psalm 27:1-14Preacher: Rev Phil Swain Being in lockdown has made some of us reconsider what is most important in life. Is the 2 hours of travel to work each day really worth it? COVIDhas encouraged us to reconsider our priorities. This new sermon series is exploring this idea with the context of a phrase found 5 times in the Bible … “One Thing”. Five times we are encourage to think about “one thing” or Read more
Title: Wisdom from our FatherDate: 10:45am Worship. 5 September, 2021Preacher: Rev Phil SwainBible Reading: Proverbs 1:1-9 This Sunday is Father’s Day – and while we acknowledge that for some the relationship with their Fathers can be complex … we are using this day to ponder the wisdom, teaching and example passed down to us from our fathers or other significant people in our lives. In a creative worship experience, Phil is framing the conversation around the Old Testament book of Read more
This Sunday is Thanksgiving Sunday in the life of our church and I just wanted to send this special email to update you on three ways that you can participate. Even though we are in lockdown and our three worship services will be online, there is still many things to be thankful for. So how can you be part of Thanksgiving Sunday? Connect in with the worship services. All our worship services are online and this Sunday in particular it Read more
Our churches Annual General Meeting is to be held on Sunday 15th August at 10am. Unfortunately due to the COVID lock-down, our AGM will be held online. Details of how to access the online meeting as well as download the documents are all found on this page. Meeting Agenda The agenda includes: Nominations and voting on our Congregational Chairperson and Secretary The tabling of the TUC Annual Report The Presentation of the 2019-2020 Financial Report and 2020-21 budget (including a Read more
2021 Turramurra Uniting Church Council Elections Turramurra Uniting Church 2021 Council Elections are now open online from today to midnight Sunday. It is an affirmation election so for each of the 10 candidates you will need to tick the box to either affirm them as a Church Councillor for the next 2 years or not. To be eligible to vote in this election you need to be in high school or older and have a regular connection to Turramurra Uniting Church Read more