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This group meets every Tuesday morning and welcomes all newcomers

Those who are regularly part of it regard it as a worthwhile gathering that provides prayer support for some who have really needed it. The group also spends time every week praying for our Congregation and the situation it now faces with our minister having left and so much uncertainty about our future – apart from the sure knowledge that God is with us. Prayer and Share is held each Tuesdays from 10:00am to 12:00 noon in the Tea Room – open house, flexible attendance. Come when you can and, if you can't, then include Wollongong Mission in your prayers at home – or where ever you may be when you pray. If you or any others you know would be interested in being a part of this group, helping our church move forward in these changing times, please contact members of Church Council. Or just turnup when you can on a Tuesday around 10:00am

Weekly news sheet with worship-at-home material as well.

The Wesley Weekly News gives you the news of the week from Wollongong Wesley plus worship resources for worship at home. Click here for this week’s Wesley Weekly News.

And click here for last weekend’s Wesley Weekly News.

If you need earlier issues, please contact the editor (email address on front page of every issue.)

This is our longest-running worship service when we gather each Sunday for prayer, Bible readings and hearing God’s Word.

If you are looking for a traditional worship service then look no further. This is the service for you. Every Sunday at 10am we gather for prayer, Bible readings and hearing God’s Word.

We usually celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.

This service is available either in person or via zoom.

On Sunday afternoon @ 12:30pm in the Auditorium folk gather for a multilingual service in the African tradition of singing, praying and dancing.

The second and forth Sunday of each Month @5pm we will begin our Evening Gatherings.

Who is your neighbour?

Wollongong has grown rapidly in population over the last decade.

Many new comers to our city experience dislocation and loneliness due to separation from family, and old friends and neighbours.

However, Wollongong’s Uniting Church is a friendly and welcoming place.

We would like to invite you to our Good Neighbours gathering on Sunday Evenings at the Mission on the Mall.

We provide asafe space for everyone, small business, newcomers, and isolated people in the Wollongong area.

Sharing stories. Get to know each other, exploring faith together.

Young and old, all genders, married, single, or couples, come and share your life journey over a cup of tea.

For those who like to listen and learn from others life stories.

The aim of the gathering is to get encouraged, motivated, and valued, because we are all created in the image of God.

Chat with a cup of tea

Venue : 116Crown St Wollongong Uniting Church (on the Crown Street Mall).

Contact Chaplain Rev Doo Ah 0416-491-531

The Wesley Adult Fellowship meet on the first Wednesday of the month. Meetings have a guest speaker with a variety of interesting topics throughout the year.

All are welcome to join.

A range of classes such as embroidery and needlework, current affairs and book club.

The School for Creative Living offers older adults opportunities to pursue lifelong learning through participation in a range classes such as embroidery and needlework, current affairs and book club. Classes are conducted in the Auditorium between 10.00 am and 12.00 pm on Mondays during school terms. To find out more please join us for morning tea at 10.00 am.