9:30am All Age Worship
Bruce Warren with Boys’ & Girls’ Brigade

Bible Readings
Genesis 9:8-17; Psalm 25:1-10
1 Peter 3:18-22; Mark 1:9-15

Worship on Sunday will be brought to us by the Gungahlin Boys’ Brigade and Gungahlin Girls’ Brigade which are part of Gungahlin Uniting Church ministry to children and young people in this region. Bruce Warren will bring us the message.

Morning tea will be in the middle of the service.

Following morning tea we return to the worship area to hear the message while the Oasis group for primary aged children meet in the multipurpose room with Ngaire and Priscilla. The Billabong group for youth in school years 6 to 12 meet in the quiet room / office with Rowan and Margaret Ford.

Inviting you to think about our own church community the wider church, the world!

  • This week we pray for Darren and his family as they prepare to move and settle into Canberra over the next few weeks.
  • This week we pray for University Chaplaincy in ACT Universities.
  • This week we pray for France, Germany, Monaco.

Daily reflections for 4 weeks.

In quietness and stillness enter into the events that led Jesus to the Cross. Identity. Power. Love. Faith. LIFE form the rhythms of the journey.

GUC Lenten Reflections 2018.

The singing group will be preparing a song for Darren Wright’s induction service on 17th March. Rehearsals will be held in the morning tea break starting Sunday.

Everyone is welcome. See Ngaire for further details.

All are welcome to share in a conversation group based on ‘The Ordinary Times of Life’ –
a series of creatively imagined stories from the Bible prepared by Ranjini Rebera.
Copies available in the foyer.

The group will meet at Gungahlin Uniting Church for 5 weeks beginning on
Tuesday, 27 February 2018 at 7:30 PM.

For further information please contact Ian Bartholomew

Girls’ and Boys’ Brigades meet on Wednesday nights from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.

These groups are part of Gungahlin Uniting Church ministry to children and young people. They provide fun, challenge and adventure for boys and girls of all backgrounds, abilities and interests.  Girls’ and Boys’ Brigades are interdenominational Christian youth organisations that operate in 60 countries worldwide and have been running for over 100 years.

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