Subject to decisions related to Covid health directions, Sunday morning worship services are held at the Curtin premises. The services are also broadcast live via Zoom. To access the broadcast, use this link: Sunday Worship Service  

You can also join in Meditation and Gathering@6 (more details below).

Upcoming Services -

The Order of Service for 15 May is here


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

Normal Sunday 10.00 am Morning Service

These services contain familiar elements of a Uniting Church service but are informed by Biblical scholarship and progressive Christian theology. Following the Reflection/Sermon there is often the opportunity to offer comments or questions.

Communion is offered on the 4th Sunday of the month, including those times when there is only a Zoom service.

When we gather in person, there is morning tea/coffee following the morning service. For the Zoom services there is the option of staying on, or joining in at that point (using the same Zoom link as for the Service) for virtual morning tea, when those on Zoom meet up and chat in breakout rooms. 

For further information please contact


 Sunday 5 pm Meditation  In the Brindabella Room at Curtin on the first Sunday of the month, by Zoom other Sundays, until the end of August 

See the calendar for the Zoom link

We draw on Christian traditions of meditation or contemplative prayer.The format 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 Christian Meditation Movement (WCCM) 


Sunday 6 pm  Gathering@6 

Until the end of August Gathering@6 will be via Zoom, except for the first Sunday of  the month, when Communion is celebrated and is a face to face gathering.

These gatherings have three main elements: a simple liturgy, a period of sharing and a discussion led by one of the group.

Examples of recent topics:  Australia's refugee policy, AUKUS and the kingdom of heaven, and exploring issues raised in Presbytery newsletters, such as 'What do we see as mission?' The topics for the month can be found at the Our news tab.

 Communion 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.

For more information contact Evan

See the calendar for details of whether in person at Curtin or via Zoom, and the Zoom link.


Compliance. When gathering in person we request that you sanitise your hands on arrival and comply with ACT personal hygiene requirements. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell or displaying any symptoms of CIVID.