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Welcome to Brighton Uniting Church

Our service times are Sunday 10.00am (traditional and contemporary music).
Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.

Refer to our Resources/Newsletter for the latest news.

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playgroup

Run in the children’s room from 10.00am to 11.30am on Fridays during the school term.

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kid’s club

Program school aged children meet together for fun, games and craft and to share a meal.

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computer access

Tuesdays from 1.00pm to 3.00pm during school terms.

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For general enquiries feel free to email us brightonuniting@internode.on.net. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Brighton Uniting Church
Street Address: 443 Brighton Road, Brighton SA 5048

Minister of the Word
Rev Dianna Muir
Mobile: 0423 740 154
Email: minister@brighton.ucasa.org.au

Church Office
Phone: 0423 740 154
Email: brightonuniting@internode.on.net

Hire of the Church Halls
Liz
Mobile: 0408 812 131

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Jesus came to show us how to love one another. We sing about it, we read about in the bible, we hear sermons and we explore it in bible studies. The question is: Do we actually live it? Do we try? Do we succeed? Join us this Sunday at 10am as we explore what it truly means to be a loving Christian. ... See MoreSee Less

Jesus came to show us how to love one another. We sing about it, we read about in the bible, we hear sermons and we explore it in bible studies. The question is: Do we actually live it? Do we try? Do we succeed? Join us this Sunday at 10am as we explore what it truly means to be a loving Christian.

Do you see only with your eyes or also with your heart? This Sunday at 10am, we are exploring the story of blind Bartimaeus and his ability to 'live in the Spirit.'
While his physical blindness caused him to live the life of a beggar, his complete trust and faith in Jesus ability to heal him was pervasive.
It goes without saying that the life of obedient discipleship does not promise to be easy. Trusting and obeying would hardly be such difficult traits to master if we were privy to all the plans and plots intertwined around our lives. Discipleship means not knowing where we are going, but finding joy and contentment in knowing that we go there with God. What are you waiting for?
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Do you see only with your eyes or also with your heart? This Sunday at 10am, we are exploring the story of blind Bartimaeus and his ability to live in the Spirit. 
While his physical blindness caused him to live the life of a beggar, his complete trust and faith in Jesus ability to heal him was pervasive. 
It goes without saying that the life of obedient discipleship does not promise to be easy. Trusting and obeying would hardly be such difficult traits to master if we were privy to all the plans and plots intertwined around our lives. Discipleship means not knowing where we are going, but finding joy and contentment in knowing that we go there with God. What are you waiting for?
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