The Uniting Church seeks to live in grace and relationship with all people, rather than being bound by law and institutional norms. The Uniting Church seeks to openly discuss significant issues of Christian faith and society, rather than idealising or concealing the struggles and realities of life. The Uniting Church also bears witness to the life and presence of Jesus Christ through its voice on social justice and its community involvement. This is the type of Christian Community we try to live out at Gungahlin Uniting.

At Gungahlin Uniting we welcome all people from different countries, cultures, traditions, ages and viewpoints as we ponder life as part of our Christian faith. Gungahlin Uniting is a Christian community of people who don’t pretend to know all the answers, but simply seek to follow the way of Christ within our own lives and through the world.

You are welcome here in this place and welcome to participate in the life of this community.

Gungahlin Uniting is in a time of transition between ministers.

We have farewelled our supply minister Rev Dr Jonathan Barker following the Christmas services.

We look forward to welcoming Lay Pastor Darren Wright who has accepted a call to ministry with Gungahlin Uniting commencing in March 2018. Darren along with Holly and their children Theo and new baby will be moving to Canberra from Wagga.

The Worship Team and volunteers (coordinated by Margaret Reeson) are organising, preaching and leading our regular Sunday 9.30 am services until Darren’s arrival.

The church office will be closed until mid-January. Any general enquiries can be directed to Heather Lamb on community@gungahlinuniting.org

Alison Tweedie returns to the church office from 17th January: 6242 5001 (office) or office@gungahlinuniting.org

The Food Pantry has now closed for 2017 and will reopen on the 1st February 2018.