St David’s Haberfield

St Davids Uniting Church

Sunday Services: Traditional: 9am Family Service: 10.30
St Davids Uniting Church
St Davids Uniting Church
Providing spiritual care in the midst of disaster. Disaster recovery chaplains have had their longest summer in years. The drought, bushfires and now floods have ravaged the country and left thousands in need of support. Guest host Justine Toh speaks with three disaster recovery chaplains who were deployed to spiritually support people in the midst of crisis.

https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/godforbid/spiritual-care-in-the-midst-of-disaster/11963346?utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&utm_content=&utm_campaign=%5bspecialist_sfmc_17_02_20_religion%5d%3a125&user_id=026b4a5f84300b8007ae8fbdf1b02b7c999f26aba6f0e11c90b56f22f5e0077c&WT.tsrc=email&WT.mc_id=Email%7c%5bspecialist_sfmc_17_02_20_religion%5d%7c125radiocatchup_0_headline
St Davids Uniting Church
St Davids Uniting Church
Dorothy Day (1897–1980) said: “The only way to live in any true security is to live so close to the bottom that when you fall you do not have far to drop, you do not have much to lose.” From that place, where few would expect or choose to be, we can be used as instruments of transformation and liberation for the rest of the world.

https://cac.org/knowing-from-the-bottom-2020-02-10/?utm_source=cm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dm&utm_content=summary
St Davids Uniting Church
St Davids Uniting Church shared a post.
Henri Nouwen
on Faith on the Fringe
St Davids Uniting Church
St Davids Uniting Church
Choose Life! “ In the end, to what are these commandments calling us? Not to a checklist of morality, but to a flourishing of life” - Eric Barreto
Matthew 5:21-37
St Davids Uniting Church
St Davids Uniting Church
St Davids Uniting Church
With Prue and Chris as we announced their forthcoming marriage at church today! Hugest of congratulations from us all at St David’s 🎉

Join us Sundays and Wednesdays at 9.30am. All are welcome in this place 🙌
St Davids Uniting Church
St Davids Uniting Church
A fascinating article on the Franciscan view of Atonement: "Jesus did not come to change the mind of God about humanity. It did not need changing. Jesus came to change the mind of humanity about God! God is not someone to be afraid of but is the Ground of Being and on our side".

https://cac.org/at-one-ment-not-atonement-2020-02-05/?utm_source=cm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dm&utm_content=summary

Our Focus

1. Our Life Together
2. Reaching out
3. Justice and Compassion

Our Aim

The aim of our mission is that people get to know Jesus and that God’s heart for a just and compassionate world is made more real. This aim flows from our own experience of God’s grace as we live together as a community.

Who We Are


We are an all-age community of people who worship in a variety of ways. Our approach to faith is to encourage each other to grow in Christ as the Spirit works in us, while being welcoming and understanding of questions and struggle.

Our Beliefs

We hold to the key Christian beliefs of the uniqueness of Jesus as crucified and physically risen and the central place of the Bible as the key source of knowledge of God. As a Uniting Church we follow the Basis of Union* as a comprehensive statement of faith.
* http://uca.org.au/basis_of_union.htm

Uniting Church

Formed in 1977, the Uniting Church in Australia combines elements of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational church traditions. It is centred in the local church, then comprises three interlocking levels: Presbytery (local region), Synod (State) and Assembly (National).

Hall Hire

Our Church Hall is available as a venue for Wedding Receptions. It is also available for hire for other functions or activities by groups and individuals such as meetings, training, drama/music workshops, Sports and social events.
You can check out the hall availability, sizes and the rates by contacting the Hall Booking Coordinator Roger Thompson on 0410 410 203 or church office (02) 9798 3059.

Giving

We appreciate your generous gift and donation for us to continue God’s mission for our world. We believe in a God who gives generously out of love, and as a church we follow his example.

Cash or Cheque
Place cash or a cheque (payable to St David’s Uniting Church Haberfield) in the offering bag.

Direct Deposit
St David’s Haberfield
Uniting Church in Australia
Bank: Commonwealth Bank
BSB: 062 178
Account Number: 00800290
Reference: Offering or donation Name

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