We are back for 2024 on the 2nd March. Meeting in the car park at Redcliffe Uniting Church.
Come and join us for Worship Sunday morning 9am! We are a contemporary, informal, even fun, informed by tradition. Often we've got puppets, drama or something else creative!
1st Sunday of the Month - Communion
3rd Sunday of the Month - All in - Children stay in worship
Morning tea follows our service.
Our 9am service is live streamed but can be watched anytime afterwards.
To access online worship click here. You should be able to find all our services, and the latest service!
Are you a mum or carer born outside
Australia? Come and connect.
Join us from the comfort of your own home for prayers at 8am on Tuesday. You will need to click on this link.
Have your car washed while you are at Church. What a great idea.
Our AGM will be held after Sunday worship on 17th March. We would love it if you could stay and be a part of the meeting.
After 12 years of faithful service, Paul [& Becky] Clark are concluding their service to us. They joined Redcliffe Uniting in 2012 with a mandate to bring new life into the church, especially seeking to make our congregation intergenerational, and connected to community. They have done this and then some.
Becky rebuilt Sunday school, and was blessed to re-vitalise playgroup. Sunday school went from 5 children, to 4 classes before Covid. Playgroup went from one morning to 5 days a week, parenting breakfasts, courses, Day Camp, families at 5 and all sorts of fun extras.
Paul meanwhile did very little. Ok, he helped God grow the congregation, with Becky, helping us grow younger with his puppets, stories and inexhaustible creativity. He reached out to the community, whether it was as the 'At the Top' guy on 96FIVE FM radio and around Australia, writing for the local paper, puppets in schools, rebuilding the Redcliffe Church Leader's Network, Helping to set up the Redcliffe Care Network, helping to employ a Redcliffe RI Coordinator, fund raise for School Chaplains - and then help set the vision to build a $5M Community Services HUB, right in the heart of Redcliffe, serving hundreds if not thousands of locals each months. He passionately supported the Moreton Bay Says NO 2 Violence Campaign as a community leader to eliminate Domestic Violence.
Please Join us to say thank you! To tell stories, share memories and cry tears! If you can't make the worship service, please do come for the Morning tea/lunch where various speeches and stories will be shared.
Please RSVP to help with catering. All are welcome.
Click on the button to give towards a farewell gift to Paul