‘A time of joy, hope, wonder and grace, challenging and encouraging of spiritual growth.’
We believe effective and inspirational worship is an essential part of our life as a community of God’s people. We also know that when it comes to worship “one size does not fit all” so we offer distinct worship experiences each Sunday.
This service seeks to present worship that is dynamic and engaging. The music is led by a band and singers with extensive lay involvement. There are also dramatic and visual presentations which utilise current technology. A children’s program of education and worship is run concurrently with this service and a crèche is also available.
Drawing on the riches of the Church’s traditions, from its earliest years to the present, this service endeavours to offer a significant worship experience. This service features music from across the ages, led by pipe organ, and on occasion singers and other instruments.
A Healing Service is held each quarter at 4.30pm for a 5.00pm start. We praise God for the blessing which folk find at our healing services.
Thursday Evenings –‘New Light’
Come on the first Thursday of each month to discover God’s love and new friendship over dinner.
A caring social group which meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm.
Forms a link between home and church and community.
The program includes interesting speakers, craft and good fellowship. It meets on the second and forth Wednesday of the month at 1.30 pm.
We have been challenged to read our Bible every day! Perhaps you might like to accept this invitation too! A Bible-reading-program for the year is available in the foyer.
Everyone has questions. If you would like to learn more and explore the adventure of faith please contact Rev Lawrie Linggood.
WE ARE THE UNITING CHURCH
The Uniting Church SA seeks to be an innovative, growing church proclaiming Jesus Christ, empowered by the Spirit to transform God’s world. Read More.
The Uniting Church is a young church – formed on 22 June 1977, when the Congregational, Methodist, and Presbyterian Churches united to become one. The Basis of Union is the document which affirms our Christian faith and is the guide to what is central to the life of the Uniting Church in Australia. Read the Basis of Union here.
HISTORY & VISION
We are a friendly family church.
We offer friendship, community and a place to explore life’s many questions. If you’re looking for a place to belong, to make a new start, or to find a more meaningful life, please come!
No matter where you are on life’s journey – there’s a place for you here at the
Colonel Light Gardens Uniting Church.
Christian worship has been conducted on this site since it was part of Mr Overton’s farm in 1849. In 1854 the first building was completed and worship commenced in what was then known as the Goodwood Road Wesleyan Methodist Church. With the establishment of the Garden Suburb, this became the Colonel Light Gardens Methodist Church which in turn became the Daw Park Uniting Church with the formation of the Uniting Church.
The Colonel Light Gardens Uniting Church was formed from four Uniting Church congregations: Daw Park, Lower Mitcham, Colonel Light Gardens and Panorama on 25 November 1994. After much consideration, the decision was reached to dispose of three properties and to redevelop the buildings on the Daw Park site.
The new building complex for the Colonel Light Gardens Church was dedicated on 15 February 1998.
More information can be found in:
The Colonel Light Gardens Uniting Church History Book, 2008
Editor D J Walter
Copies are available from Diana Walter firstname.lastname@example.org
For everyone to experience the Love, Hope and Joy of Jesus.
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