“Jesus makes a difference in our lives”
@ Caloundra Uniting
Meet Reverend Matt O’DonoghueOur minister is Reverend Matt. As a minister, Matt is passionate about helping people experience deep faith and discipleship through their own sense of ministry. Matt empowers people to be effective disciples in their own lives by helping them understand their sense of call, faith, and the Bible. Matt is also available for people who might need someone to talk to or someone to pray with. Matt is available to meet with anyone who might be looking to have a chat.
Rev Matt is the minister for Caloundra Uniting. See More
Gathering to be Renewed in God’s Love.
Scattering to Share God’s Love.
Here at Caloundra Uniting we are focused on discipleship. We believe in;
- growing in faith together,
- praying together, and
- sharing life together.
We believe in worship, witness and service, so in the life of our Church we have a range of faith groups, social groups, and serving groups. For a full list of the groups we have, please contact us.
Caloundra Uniting is a congregation of the Uniting Church in Australia. As part of the UCA we share in a reformed and evangelical heritage, with Jesus as the foundation of who we are and what we believe.
Three denominations came together in 1977 to form the Uniting Church in Australia. The Basis of Union is the document that set the platform for how these churches came together. It outlines the roles of the different councils of the Church including the presbyteries, the synods, and the Assembly.
It states the central affirmations of the Christian faith and is a guide to what is central in the life of the Uniting Church.
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Sunday 8am and 930amGathering for worship is an important part of the life of faith. It’s in worship that we honour God, but also share in the witness of the wider Church. Being together in worship is what makes us Church. When we worship at Caloundra you can expect to experience a traditional style with hymns and responsive prayers. Our service usually runs for 45 minutes and is followed by a time of morning tea and fellowship. During the service there is a kids space where kids are welcome to sit and play with parents and guardians. There’s also a Sunday School where kids can go and spend some time doing activities that teach them more about Jesus. A cry room is also available for our littlest members, where parents and guardians can still hear the service without worry.
Due to Covid, numbers are limited in each service. Please contact the office for more information.
Join us for communion the first Sunday of the month.
“Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” – Matthew 19:14
Mainly Music | Each mainly music has been designed for enjoyment. Weekly sessions, during the school year, are full of fun, educational music and musical activity to grow and develop your child, followed by something to eat and something to play with, plus time for you to eat and chat!
Little Gems | Little Gem’s Playgroup is an activity of the Caloundra Uniting co-operation with Unity College. Meeting each Wednesday of the school Term at Unity College, Little Gems runs from 9am-11am kids have free play and story time. Little Gems is open to parents and children 0-5 years. Parents are requested to bring sufficient morning tea for themselves and their family. All are welcome.
Messy Church | Experience Church with a difference! Messy Church changes our ideas of Church by offering a different way to interact and connect. With a focus on learning faith as family through different activities, crafts, and games, Messy Church offers a chance for parents and kids to have a guided conversation about faith, life, and everything. Followed by a yummy dinner and a chance for fellowship.
To find out more about our over Youth and Children ministries, contact our office.
Even to your old age and grey hairs I am He, I am He who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you. – Isaiah 46:4There’s plenty on for everyone. If you’re interested in our over 50’s ministries, you’ll find something that’s right for you.
Adult Fellowship | Our Adult Fellowship group meets regularly to have morning tea and listen to guest speakers. It’s the perfect opportunity to get together for conversation, foods, and the chance to learn something new.
Active Over 50’s | Our Active Over 50’s group just can’t stay still. With a range of activities from camping, pizza nights, and bowls, anything and everything is possible. If you enjoy getting out and doing things, this group is for you.
OWLS | Older Wiser Leisure Seekers is for those of a slower pace. Meeting fortnightly for morning tea or lunch, the OWLS enjoy getting together for a nice relaxing meal and a chat. The perfect chance to make new friends.
To find out more about our Over 50’s ministries, contact our office.
In the same way, though we are many, we are one body in union with Christ, and we are all joined to each other as different parts of one body. – Romans 12:5No matter who you are or where you’re from we want to welcome you to our Church. If you want more information on any of our groups, or if you’re looking to get connected, get in touch with us and a member of our friendly ministry team would love to have a chat with you.
Tel: 07 5491 5353
Come find your place at Caloundra Uniting.
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