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Thanksgiving Service for Late Rev. Reva Natigor

Please join tonight, Monday 20 December 2021 at 6.30pm, at Karama Uniting Church, 53 Koolinda Crescent, Karama, for a thanksgiving Service in loving memory of Rev. Reva Natigor.

Rev Reva was the Minister at Karama Indonesian Uniting Church from 2017 until he returned to Indonesia in May 2019. Rev Reva passed away last week.

 


UCA CHRISTMAS SERVICE TIMES

Alice Springs:   Christmas Eve Carols 6pm on John Flynn Lawns, Christmas Day 9.00am              No Service on Sunday 26th December    Regular service on Sunday 2nd January 9am

Broome: Christmas Day 9.00am Regular service on Sunday 26th December 9.00am

Casuarina: (Christmas Eve 6.00pm at Karama Church) Christmas Day 9.00am,                       Regular service on Sunday 26th December 8.00am and 9.30am                     

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Vacancy – Executive Officer eLM (equipping Leadership for Mission)

Centre for Theology & Ministry, 29 College Cres, Parkville

The UCA Synod Vic Tas is advertising a vacancy for the role of Executive Officer eLM (equipping Leadership for Mission) at the Centre for Theology and Ministry, 29 College Cres, Parkville, Victoria

This is an executive role on the Senior Leadership Team and it is also a Ministerial Placement.

Please follow the link below for further information.

https://ucavictas.mercury.com.au/ViewPosition.aspx?id=qlyx7qB8+Dw=&jbc=ere


COVID-19 UPDATE 02.07.2021

Lockdown in Darwin and Alice Springs is set to be lifted at 1PM.

There will still be restrictions in place. They are as follows:
– Face masks must be worn when you are unable to physically distance – this includes at places like the supermarket, shops and hairdresser. Workers who come into close contact with patrons, or who work in crowded environments will need to wear a mask.
– Up to 10 people can visit your home at a time.
– Restaurants, cafes

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COVID-19 UPDATE 30/06/20

 

Alice Springs will enter a 72 hour lockdown from 1 PM ACST.

You are only allowed to leave your residence for the following five reasons:
– Medical treatment including coronavirus testing and vaccinations.
– To get essential goods and services
– For essential work
– For one hour exercise with one other person or members of your residence.
– To provide care to people unable to support themselves.

For more information:

https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/


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