Rev David Leach at Ballarat South Uniting Church 4th March, 2018
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Mainly music is an activity you and your child can participate in, from birth to school age. Join us at Sebastopol Uniting Church, Albert Street Sebastopol at 9.30am Wednesday mornings or Buninyong Uniting Church, Learmonth Street Buninyong at 9.30am on Thursday mornings. Cost is $3 for one child, or $5 per family.
The craft group have been busy making flowers from plastic bottles to be attached to a 1939 tram at the Begonia festival next year in conjunction with the Ballarat Tram Muesum.
Thank you to our congregation members for the bottles provided, although you may not realise it but so far we have made over 400 flowers.
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Ballarat South Uniting Church Service 20th May, 2018 included – The Kirking of the Tartans. Click the link below to watch.
It’s called “Kirking of the Tartans.” And it’s a Scottish heritage celebration wherein individuals have their tartans, a plaid-patterned fabric, blessed. The word “kirk” means Church in Scottish and a tartan pattern, in Scotland, historically signifies a clan or region.
JNC has adopted the following revised Mission Statement as part of our call for a minister. “To build on our existing foundations to strengthen and grow, so that those in the Church are empowered to look to the essential and important ministry opportunities in our area.”
Ballarat South Uniting Church is committed to the safety, protection and well-being of all children, young people and vulnerable adults from all forms of abuse and neglect. All key leaders, Mainly Music and Op Shop volunteers have completed a Working With Children Check. Ballarat South Uniting Church has adopted the Synod “Keeping Children Safe” policy.