|Our main worship service is at 9:30 am, and we aim to be welcoming for all ages. Children are very welcome.|
|We have a traditional style presented in a contemporary way, seeking to be friendly and not overly formal. Choral items are mixed in with hymns, old and new.|
|Boarders from Pymble Ladies College regularly enrich our worship. Sermons are at times interactive or use short video clips to illustrate points. A warm welcome is assured.|
|We celebrate Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday in the month.|
Messy Church is a fun, interactive church experience for younger families, which operates on the 1st Sunday of the month during school term, from 5:00 – 6:30 pm. It involves:
Messy Church is not just for children but seeks to engage the whole family in the Christian story.
Families report that they appreciate the informality, the fresh approach and that the young ones go home fed and ready for bed!
Be assured of a fun, welcoming time.
To find out more, or let us know you’re coming, contact Steve on 9144 3100 or Courtney on 0402 644 633.
PUnCh (Pymble Uniting Church) Discussion is a group of roughly 50+ year-olds that meet to discuss life. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Sundays in school terms, 6:00 – 7:30pm.
We have been around long enough to know that life isn’t all about easy answers or neat clichés. We explore the world as it is, often discussing an issue from the news or a hot topic. At other times we look at a video or part of a film that is stimulating. We share our experiences (voluntarily) and the emphasis is on finding something to take away to sustain us in the week ahead.
We might explore some Bible verses related to the topic but it is not a Bible Study group. We allow ourselves to get a little side-tracked and we laugh a fair bit. We also spend a fair bit of time just catching up with each other, because that is a good thing. We begin and end with a brief prayer or blessing to bring what we do before God.
We started the group because the 40-60 age range has almost completely disappeared from church – ours and many others – and we wanted to provide something that might be real and useful.
To find out more, or let us know you’re coming, contact Steve Aynsley on 9144 3100.