Connect With Us

Tuggeranong Uniting Church has a range of resources available for you to access online, and we continue to remain a connected and friendly community despite this time of social distancing:

You can visit us on our Facebook Page to read regular reflections posted by our minister, articles relating to our faith an values, prayers for our church and our world, and to read our weekly email newsletter.

We are currently running our Lenten bible study “Just Add Salt” using Zoom meetings. The meetings take place every Thursday at 10:00am or 7:00pm, and you can join them by following the instructions found here.

We have a Facebook group called The Virtual Well, which is an online forum that allows members of our church to meet and discuss the topics we are studying this Lent. It’s also a great place to grow our faith and discipleship in general and talk about ways that we can advocate for justice in our world.

Our small groups are continuing to chat and study together using a range of technologies including, emails, phone calls, Facebook and Zoom meetings. If you would like to join one of the groups we would love to hear from you. Please contact the office and we will put you in touch with a group you can join.

In our wider Uniting Church community many resources are being set up that you can use. The NSW/ACT Synod had set up a page with various resources and information, and you can find live church ‘services’ being streamed there on Sundays, and other worship resources that will help assist you nurture your faith in these testing times. You can access this page by clicking here.

We also have a great selection of previous sermons preached at Tuggeranong Uniting Church available for you to read on our Reflections page.

If you are feeling isolated and would like some social contact, are in need of some spiritual support, or would like to join us and use this time to engage in study and reflection with other members of our congregation, please contact us and we will be able to point you in the right direction.