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Moderator Easter Reflections 2019

Indeed, all human evil originated from ‘oneself’ which exploded in his rebellion against God in Paradise. Humans were consumed by the bait of the devil in his diplomacy with snakes. The Bible states that God from the beginning never forced and suppressed humans who were made in His image. Because of that, God does not take the path of liquidation to quell humanity and its ego, but God takes the path of “love, faithfulness and justice” which is precisely “the

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Pastoral Note – Rev Ron Brandt

A pastoral note on the death of Rev Ron Brandt

News was received last Friday of the death of Rev Ron Brandt at his home in Fannie Bay on Tuesday 8th January. Ron was 84. A memorial service will be held at the Nightcliff Uniting Church on Wednesday 23rd January from 10.30am. Morning tea will follow.
Ron came into the Northern Synod in 1979 to minister with the Nightcliff Congregation after 17 years in pioneering placements as Presbyterian then Uniting minister in

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Change The Heart Prayer Service

Darwin Memorial Uniting Church is hosting a Common Grace prayer service this year regarding Australia Day, 26th of January.  

You are invited to join us for an Ecumenical prayer service on Tuesday, Jan 22, from 6:30pm.

Please  click on the attachment for further details. 

 ChangeTheHeart Prayer Service


Nightcliff Church Taize Service

The Ecumenical Taize Service held at Nightcliff Church, 21 Cummins Street, Nightcliff will resume on 5th February 2019 at 7.30pm 

Taize is a candle-lit sung meditation, including prayer, chant and son.    All Welcome!      


Christmas Services

REJOICE

Christ is Born

Congregations across the Darwin area invite you to share with them in Christmas Services

Casuarina 47 Vanderlin Drive, Wanguri                                                                                  Christmas Day   9.00 am                                   

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Moderator’s Christmas Message

December 25th is often viewed as a benchmark of the year that has passed, symbolising the success or failure of that year. Most Christians also recognise December 25th as the anniversary of the birth of Jesus, but how many actually take the time to appreciate and enjoy the deeper meaning of Christmas? Is Jesus still in our hearts when we celebrate Christmas?

Christmas is an event with a wealth of meanings, as recorded in the Bible, which allows us

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