Services

Services

Following the latest advice, we are suspending all of our worship services until further notice, starting from Sunday 22 March. This is so that we can keep everyone safe and, as much as we can, slow down the spread of the COVID19 in the community.

Until we are able to physically meet together, we are meeting and worshipping online.

Visit our online community space: http://manninghamuc.org/online/

Aug 16, 2020

ONLINE Worship

Following the latest advice, we are suspending all of our worship services until further notice, starting from Sunday 22 March. This is so that we can keep everyone safe and, as much as we can, slow down the spread of the COVID19 in the community. We are now worshiping and gathering as a community online – you are more than welcome to join us manningham.uc.org/online
Aug 30, 2020

Via Zoom – Communion Service

As a pastoral response to this second lockdown and extended restrictions, Rev Claire will be holding a communion service on zoom.  Some of our members will not be able to join us on zoom so Rev Claire have produced this resource for you to follow at home. (Download here) Not everyone will feel they want to take part in this communion service – that is perfectly valid but, if you do want to join us please bring bread and juice or,…
Sep 6, 2020

VIRTUAL – Sophia

Sophia is at 6pm on zoom.Topic is: what is Anti-Racism?Led by Rev Swee-Ann Koh What does it mean to be an anti-racist?  How is that different from not being racist?  Do you actually know what being racist means?   Rev Swee-Ann Koh has been educating and guiding the Uniting Church through these issues for many years and will lead our discussion at Sophia on Sunday 2 August at 6pm.  (Essential) Pre reading The pre-reading is from Swee-Ann’s blog  intercultural-matters.com.  Please follow the…
Sep 13, 2020

Messy Church at Home

Messy Church is a time for all ages to gather together to connect as a community focused around the Christian message. There is an order and structure to Messy Church, despite its name, and there is liturgy and learning, reflection and celebration. Everything you would expect to find in a service of worship is in Messy Church – in fact, it is more aligned to the early church described in Acts and Paul’s letters than what we call church today.…