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Easter Service Times


Good Friday 7th April 9.30am

Easter Sunday 9th April Dawn Service at Dripstone Cliffs 6.00 am In the church 9.30am

Darwin Memorial

Palm Sunday 2nd April 8.15am ecumenical service with Christ Church Anglican Cathedral and St Mary’s Catholic Cathedral in Smith St Mall (by Raintree Park).  Followed by a time of prayer in DMUC between DMUC and the Catholic church.  

Palm Sunday 2nd April 9.30am service of Readings and Songs by Vocalective and the Tarnish Brass Band. 

Maundy Thursday 6th April 7pm Reflective Service at DMUC


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Uniting for the Voice

At the heart of the Uniting Church is a commitment to walk together with First Nations people in seeking justice. We seek to work and pray together as First and Second Peoples for more just, inclusive and equal relationships in the church and in this nation. Inspired by this commitment, we support a constitutionally enshrined First Nations Voice to Parliament as an historic opportunity to recognise and honour First Nations people and to walk together as a nation toward a

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Nungalinya Job Vacancies x 3

Nungalinya College is the premier training institution for remote Indigenous church
leaders. It is formally supported by the Anglican, Uniting and Catholic churches of the
Northern Territory.

The College is seeking to fill three job vacanies.

Please use the below links for further information and details on how to apply. 

Nungalinya – Children’s & Youth Trainer 2023

Nungalinya – Fundraising & Partnership Manager 2023

Nungalinya – Ministry & Theology Trainer 2023


The 4th Biennial UCA History Conference will be held in Darwin from Thursday 24th August to Sunday 27th August 2023

Please see the attached flyer for more information and the registration details.

UCNHS CONFERENCE 2023-Event flyer



Alice Springs                                                                                                                                  Christmas Day – Sun 25th 9.30am


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Moderator’s Christmas Message 2022 – Through The Eyes Of The Shepherds

THROUGH THE EYES OF THE SHEPHERDS                                                 December 2022


Dear Brothers and Sisters

Luke’s story of the birth of Jesus is very brief, just two verses in fact (Luke 1: 6-7):

We read that Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem, and

6 While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, 7 and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him

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