ACTIVITIES

SERVICE AT 10 am

All are welcome to come and also join in for morning tea in the adjacent hall after the service.

REFLECTIONS ON THURSDAYS

Reflections on Thursdays from 10 am – 11 am are held in the church.

Come and sit quietly while listening to the pipe-organ being played.

Morning tea follows in the adjacent hall.

Newland Uniting Church is at the roundabout in Victoria St Victor Harbor.

LIVE ARTS AT NEWLAND

The next Live Arts At Newland event is on Sunday 11th September at 2.00 pm.

It will be The best of the British Isles – Music we love and music that inspires.

Get dressed up and in the mood for our afternoon at the “Proms”!!

We would love to have you there enjoying the music with us.

Tickets are available online via Trybooking https://trybooking.com/eventlist/newland

At Swan’s Harbor Pharmacy in Victoria St Victor Harbor

Or at the door, which opens 30 minutes before the performance.

Adults $25, Concession $20, and children Free

We request the audience follows whatever the current Government guidelines are at the time of the concert.  The Uniting Church of SA recommends that masks are worn when in the buildings so we encourage those attending to WEAR A MASK PLEASE.

 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

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Electrical Shed Men’s Group                                              

The electrical shed – behind the church – is open, from 9.30am – 12 noon, on Thursday mornings.   A loyal band check donated electrical goods and prepare them for resale.   All goods come with a money back guarantee.

Money raised helps to maintain the activities of the church.

We are always on the lookout for others who would like to join this happy bunch.

Morning tea and a good yarn is always part of the deal.

We happily receive your donations of goods as well.

We cannot accept old style TV’s or computers.

Lunch Groups

We have several groups that meet each month.

They are a good way of getting to know others. Each group arranges to have a meal at a local venue and have time together talking.

The friendships formed through these groups are a part of the close network of care and friendship that the congregation enjoys and which is extended to neighbours and others more widely.