Book Fair 2 July 2016 10.00am – 2.00pm

When? Saturday 2 July, 10.00am – 2.00pm. Yes, we know it is Election Day, but what better way to enjoy it than to browse among good quality books, CDs and some Crafts, while enjoying a coffee or tea? Where? Epping Uniting Church Hall, Chester Street Epping: air conditioned...
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Book Launch “Disturbing Much, Disturbing Many

“Disturbing Much, Disturbing Many” is a new book about the foundations of the Uniting Church, in its Basis of Union. Geoff Thompson will be in conversation with all interested people. Where? In the worship space at Epping Uniting Church, Chester Street Epping. Time? Commencing at 6.30pm with snacks and drinks. The book itself will be on sale. Just show up. You will be...
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David and Lena Reichardt’s Visit

Our church was very happy to welcome David and Lena Reichardt on Sunday 28th June 2015, visiting back in Australia from Manali in North India. They spoke about their work at our morning service and morning tea. Lena is working with the Lady Willingdon Hospital in Manali. She has found that the greatest demand for her medical expertise is amongst mothers and children. Formerly a general...
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Professor Kim Oates in Epping

Raising well-adjusted, responsible children: A Public Forum On Thursday Lunchtime 21 May 2015 (from 1.10 – 2.00 pm) you can hear and meet Emeritus Prof. Kim Oates. Kim is a renowned Paediatrician both within Australia and internationally. He will be speaking at the Catholic Church in Oxford Street Epping, sponsored by our local Churches – including Anglican and Uniting. His topic is...
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New Christmas Eve Service 2014

On Christmas Eve 2014 we held our first ever 5.00 pm Christmas Eve Service, combining our Samil Korean and English-speaking congregations. Hopefully, the service begins a new tradition. Well done and thanks to all who helped it happen! The new service complements our 11.30 pm Midnight Service which will...
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Recognising the RECOGNISE movement

On Thursday 16 October 2014, from 1.00 pm, we hosted a public forum on “Recognise.”  RECOGNISE is the movement (currently with bipartisan political support) seeking to acknowledge Indigenous people as the First Peoples in Australia within the Australian Constitution. The speakers were Charlie-Sue Frail and Ruby Langton-Batty. It was a most stimulating time, with some very insightful...
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