Posts from September 2020
Looking at Genesis 37:3-8, 17B-22, 26-34; 50:15-21, Rev Beth takes us on this weeks reflection journey
Download your Messy Church file looking at creation and join Fee, Sharon, and Rev Claire as they explore.
This service is looking at Genesis 15:1-6 along with listening from Rev Claire and other members of Mannigham UC
Reflection points document are available download
Manningham Uniting Church (MUC) is redeveloping its Templestowe site to create a new Manningham Uniting Church & Community Centre. The purpose of this new MUC & Community Centre is to be a truly inclusive, welcoming, safe place where people can be who they are, find connection, discover meaning, offer their experiences and learn from others. It welcomes the community as equal partners in the daily sharing of its spaces and is to be a place offering options for positive and…
The second creation story seeks to remind us that God’s ideal for us is to be settled together within the ordered space carved out especially for us. Human nature is to voyage outside of those boundaries, to explore the world which contains pain and suffering. In doing this we grow, but at what cost? And if we breach the threshold, can we ever come home?
Genesis 2:4b-7, 15-17; 3:1-8 Download you reflection points, and written by Rev Beth
This is a study by John Bottomley called ‘Covid19: an unprecedented crisis?’ It is written for groups but it is something anyone could work through on their own. John’s writing is challenging but speaks of God’s hope for the world. Download the study here
After bidding goodbye to Rev. Dhirendra Narayan at the end of August – he has taken a permanent placement in another congregation – we now welcome Rev. Beth Bear. She writes by way of introduction: Hello MUC and thank you for welcoming me for the next few months. I am a Minister of the Word in placement as chaplain at The Scots School Albury and have been here since 2016. My favourite parts of my ministry are building community and…
Pilgrimages are religious journeys which people take to learn more about God and faith. Whilst we are not currently able to go very far and can only leave home for an hour, we can still go on pilgrimages. Why not decide on a pilgrimage walk and invite someone else or another family to do the same walk. Even though you are not able to walk it together, you can share what you discovered and talked about afterwards.
This place is envisaged to be vibrant and life-filled and we’d love you to be a part of it.We’re seeking your input. What can you imagine in these spaces? What would you do in these spaces? What would you participate in if it was offered? Please Share your ideas, and for which space/s? Contribute as many as you like for as many spaces you can imagine by submitting your idea below or by filling in the form and sending it…
For this service, we tackle the reading from John 1:1-5, listen to the choir and the band, and have some reflective opportunities, listening and watching.
With the bible readings looking at John 1:1-5 and Psalm 139:1-18, download your reflections point document for your own personal reflection opportunity
Manningham Uniting Church & Community Centre will: Be open for hire, collaboration, innovation, creativity from Feb 2021 Offer flexible formal and informal spaces for large and intimate events, gatherings, meetings, workspaces. Be fully climate controlled, well served with wifi and audio-visual services, acoustic treatment Be fully accessible (DDA Compliant) Provide an onsite underground carpark with lift access into the main building Be a place where you, your business, or community group can belong, contribute and be. There will be numerous…
Our pets are so important to us, members of our family in fact. At times like these, they are a comfort and loving support. Bring your pets (or photos/ drawings if they are unlikely to cooperate) to a blessing service on zoom.