Posts from May 2020
Looking at the theme of Pentecost, today we will be led through worship by Rev Claire and members of the Manningham UC congregation
Drawing on the theme Pentecost and the readings from Act 2:1-4 and 1 Corinthians 12:3-13. Download your reflection points document for your own personal reflection
Download your Messy Church at Home Pentecost resource document here: Dramatic Reading Messy Science Speak in many languages Messy Kitchen Song – Living for Heaven
This month’s topic is Living in a World of War: The Intersection of Popular and Christian Ethics. Led by Greg Rublee, M.S. Defense and Strategic Studies and former U.S. Intelligence Officer
Help us shape what Manningham UC’s potential online worship space could look like post the lock down:
The Assembly Resourcing Unit has produced a National Reconciliation Week resource for 2020.
If your first experience of Australia was a Melbourne winter, you might think twice about moving here. On all the tourist advertising, Australia is presented as a sunny, outdoor destination. I was speaking with some students from overseas once, and they were shocked that they had left
Read the story of our involvement with KidsHope and the joy it has offered members of Manningham UC and local schools
You may or may not have seen members of the ministry team on church videos each Sunday (particularly in the ‘What’s on’ segment), but please be assured that even if you are seeing less of us, we are still present in a great many ways
Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr-Baumann, an Aboriginal elder from Daly River talks of spirituality as a basis for listening. “What I want to talk about is a special quality of my people. I believe it is the most important. It is our most unique gift. It is perhaps the greatest gift we can give to out fellow Australians. In our language it is called Dadirri. Dadirri is an inner, deep listening and quiet, still awareness. Dadirri recognises the deep spring that is inside…
There are a number of ways we can recognise and celebrate Reconciliation Week from the comfort of our own homes and we’d like to encourage us to do so.
Led by Rev Claire and Manningham UC members this weeks service looks at the reading 1 Corinthians 15: 1-26, 51-7 – around the theme: Matters of life and death
Today’s reading looks at 1 Corinthians 15: 1-26, 51-7. Download your reflection points document for more indepth consideration
This month’s Messy Church at home is looking at the story of Noah. Resource Document Retelling of Noah’s Story Science with Sharon Rainbow Activity sheet Messy Kitchen
This prayer resource is offered in the hope that it will sustain you whilst we are worshipping in different places. Just because we are not gathering together in one place as we would usually do on a Sunday morning, it doesn’t mean we aren’t gathering together as a community of faith and prayer. This fourth edition contains new offerings written from members of our community and other offerings from other writers.
There are some really great events, opportunities and resources in the local Library Whats On Program
Living & Learning @ Ajani has been working through this social distancing period to bring you these FREE ONLINE courses to help you to ‘stay connected’.
For more information around the directions for congregations, amongst the easing of restrictions – download the recent communications from the Victorian Tasmanian Synod
Is English your second or additional language? You are invited to practise your English with volunteer tutors from Manningham Uniting Church in a free weekly online class. Register now to join. Places are limited. Our friendly classes will be run weekly for 5 weeks, starting on Friday 29th May. They will run from 10am to 10.40am. We would love to see you! Please fill in the form below and we will contact you with a zoom invitation: For more information:…
Check out the real surface of Mars as recorded but NASA’s Curiosity Rover. https://accessmars.withgoogle.com/