Jesus practised radical inclusion! Woden Valley Uniting Church welcomes all, regardless of age, race, creed, gender, cultural background or sexual orientation.

For most of the year, Sunday morning in-person worship services are held at 10 am in the Main Hall. You don't have to dress in any particular way, and you can sit anywhere you like; there are not any 'reserved' or 'usual' seats.

The services are also broadcast live via Zoom. To access the broadcast, use this link: Sunday Worship Service  

Upcoming Services

The Order of Service for 1 October is at this link.

Normal Sunday 10.00 am Morning Service

These services contain familiar elements of a Uniting Church service but informed by Biblical scholarship and progressive Christian theology. On some Sundays there is the opportunity to offer comments on the reflection/sermon or to raise questions.

Communion is offered on the 4th Sunday of the month. If you are joining the morning service on Zoom, you are encouraged to have some bread and juice or wine on hand in order to participate in the sacrament at the appropriate time. 

For those gathering in person, there is morning tea/coffee following the morning service.  

For further information please contact

 Sunday 5 pm Meditation 

We are a small group whose members value meditating together. Our weekly meeting comprises readings and music structured around 20 mins of silence, with an opportunity for some discussion at the end of the session.  

The guidance we offer follows the practice of the World Community of Christian Meditation (WCCM) 

Over the past several years our readings have included material from WCCM and Quaker traditions, Thich Nat Hanh and John O’Donohue. To begin 2023 we will be reading selections from Tim Costello’s 2016 book Faith, and Thomas Merton’s Contemplative Prayer.

Visitors are very welcome. For more information contact Evan

Sunday 6 pm  Gathering@6 

Gathering@6 is an informal evening service “in the round”. Each gathering has three main elements: a simple liturgy including music; sharing of joys and concerns, about our own lives and about the wider world; and a discussion led by one of the group.

Some of the topics discussed last year were: Northern Territory alcohol restrictions; Christian understandings of the Kingdom of God; and what do national surveys tell us what Australians think about Jesus and the church? In 2023 topics will include: looking again at the Apostles Creed; Rev Charles Strong (1844-1942) and the Australian Church; the Voice to Parliament; and study of passages from the Gospels of Matthew and John. The topics for the month can be found at the Our news tab.

Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. This takes the form of an Agape Meal, a simple meal commencing with the sacramental sharing of bread and wine, recalling the meals Jesus shared with his disciples.

Visitors are very welcome. For more information contact Evan

Where we meet. From April until the start of daylight saving in October, Meditation Group and Gathering@6 will meet via Zoom, except for the first Sunday in the month when we meet here, in the Brindabella Room.

For more info and Zoom links see our website or contact