Christmas Services 2016


Here’s a list of Uniting Church Christmas services in the Canberra Region Presbytery (CRP). All are welcome to come and join in. Churches are listed under NSW town or Canberra suburb. If you cannot see a CRP church in this list, contact details can be found by going to the Congregations tab in the main menu.

2-4 Caitlin Ave.
Christmas Day 9.30am

cnr Gipps & Upper Streets
Christmas Eve 5.30pm
Christmas Day 10.00am

St Columba’s, Cnr Fawkner/Farrer Sts
Christmas Eve 8.00pm (at Canberra City Church)
Christmas Day 9.00am

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Easter Services 2016

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Listed here are services taking place in Canberra Region this week. If the church you would like to attend is not listed here, please go to the menu where you can look up congregations and their contact details to find out more.

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Blue Christmas Service – Kippax UC

In this Christmas season, some people approach Christmas in grief or without a loved one, or, in a word — blue.

Join us at Kippax Uniting Church on Wednesday 9th December 2015 at 8pm for a special time, led by Hannah Dungan, Congregational Development Minister.

Hannah Dungan (left)

corner Luke St and Hardwick Cres Holt
(02) 6254 1733
Church Office Mon – Fri 9:00am – 4:00pm

Pastor Rosemary Myers – Hospital Chaplain

Pastor Rosemary Myers - Canberra Hospital Chaplain

Pastor Rosemary Myers – Canberra Hospital Chaplain

Pastor Rosemary Myers was commissioned to the role of Hospital Chaplain at The Canberra Hospital on 9 August 2015.

Pastor Rosemary Myers - commissioning

Pastor Rosemary Myers – commissioning

Pastor Rosemary Myers

Pastor Rosemary Myers

After a period of discernment, led by members of the Presbytery, plus education in several disciplines, Rosemary Myers was accepted and commissioned for this ministry at a service held at The Canberra Hospital’s Chapel. Rosemary’s family from Newcastle and Canberra supported her, along with many members of her faith community at Kippax UC.

Members of the TCH Chaplaincy team from other faith groups, including Catholic and Anglican chaplains, also attended the UCA service.