Worship

Sunday Morning

Sunday morning worship commences at 9:30am.
Lay participation is encouraged and lay leaders are often involved in worship.
Lay preachers also lead worship.
The service is usually based on the “Service for the Lord’s Day” from “Uniting In Worship” and is attended by 80 to 100 people of which approximately 60 would be regular attendees.
A communion service is held on the first Sunday of the month.
Numbers fluctuate according to the time of the year with the least number attending during December/January when tourist numbers are low and locals are often on holiday interstate. Numbers are at their highest during May to August as tourists and visitors arrive from overseas and interstate.
Immediately after worship, the congregation is invited to stay and share a cool drink on the verandah. When the KUCA classes conclude in the hall, tea and coffee and the opportunity for a chat are available in air conditioned comfort.

Children and Youth in worship

The Sunday KUCA (Kids of the Uniting Church in Australia) occurs during the latter part of the morning service.inChurch
It has up to 15 children and young people attending, ranging from pre-school age to mid-teen youth. KUCA meets during school terms with a break over Christmas/January and in July.
Adult members of the Congregation perform teaching roles often assisted by older teenage members.
KUCA is now using the “Seasons of the Spirit” program with video input and activities on a particular theme.

Korean worship

From 12 noon, the Darwin Full Gospel Church ( a Korean congregation) worships in the church, shares lunch in the hall, and then an adult and children’s study group. Contact Pastor David Youn 0433 993 352

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