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We have a worship service at 9.30am each Sunday. These services are friendly, relaxed and inclusive - usually led by our Lay Ministry team. We also have a visiting Minister once per month, when we often share the Lord's supper in a holy communion service.


Reverend Paul Bauer works out of the Kangaroo Flat Uniting Church. You can contact him through the church office on 03 5447 9998.


At the heart of our local congregation is a deep sense that our Church is part of a global movement seeking to live out the teachings of Jesus in the modern world, guided by God and the Holy Spirit.

We are called to worship, witness, and service. We meet regularly to hear God’s Word, to share the Lord’s supper, to build one another up in love, and to serve the community.


We are part of the testimony of the Christian Church for 2000 years, and we proclaim that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and Saviour of the world.

In his humanity Jesus identified himself with ordinary people, fishermen, tax collectors, and his father Joseph was a carpenter. He ministered among the poor and the marginalised, and a large part of his ministry is around healing the sick and restoring lives.

Jesus gave people two great commandments: love God and love your neighbour. Jesus spoke of hope for liberty from oppression, and called people to receive God’s grace through faith. At the end, he was betrayed, suffered humiliation and was crucified between criminals. Yet he prayed to God “Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing” (Luke 23: 34). But this was not the end, because “God has raised him from the dead” (Acts 2: 24). Christ’s resurrection is the foundation of Christian hope.

The Uniting Church believes in God as the Trinity – God the Father, Jesus Christ, God’s only Son, and the Holy Spirit. The Uniting Church acknowledges the books of the Hebrew Scriptures known to Christians as the Old Testament and the New Testaments as unique prophetic and apostolic testimony. This witness of the Bible points to Jesus, The Living Word of God, who constantly speaks to Christian communities in their own contexts.