Welcome to Northern Beaches Uniting Church

Northern Beaches Uniting Church

Who Are We?

NBUC is a regional church in four different locations within the Northern Beaches. With congregations at Balgowlah, Cromer, Freshwater & Manly we offer different styles of church, worship and outreach. Our unique structure allows us to better respond to community needs and provides for great local interaction. We seek to connect our faith & passion for Jesus and the love of God through partnership with our community, sharing the love and hope of Jesus Christ in all we do. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners on the land where we work and live and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

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Balgowlah Church

Balgowlah

122 Condamine Street
9:30 am – 10:30 am

Cromer Uniting Church

Cromer

20 Carrington Ave
9 am – 10 am

Inside Freshwater Uniting Church

Freshwater

16 Marmora Street
9 am – 10 am

Manly

4 West Promenade
9:30 am – 10:30 am

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We acknowledge and pay our #Respects to the Guringai People traditional custodians of the #Yuora Nations their elders passed, present and emerging indigenous leaders. #DayOfMourning ❤️💛🖤 Mata Havea HiliauToday, on the Sunday before 26 January, Uniting Church communities across the country will mark a Day of Mourning.We celebrate the strength, survival and resilience of First Peoples.We pause and reflect on the truth and pain of our history.We lament the violence, dispossession and trauma faced by First Peoples and our own complicity. We hear in this day a call to action that joins us with First Peoples in the ongoing struggle for justice.We give thanks to God for our covenant with the UAICC - Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress, as together we seek a shared future for First and Second peoples marked by costly truth-telling, justice and reconciliation.UCA President Rev Sharon Hollis and UAICC National Interim Chair Rev Mark Kickett have recorded a conversation about what it means to mark this day. 📺👉 vimeo.com/666639626/c6269a1024#DayofMourning ❤️💛🖤 ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosIn our first National News Update for 2022 - Uniting in Prayer for Tonga, Day of Mourning, Religious Discrimination Inquiry, Praying for aged care and more mailchi.mp/nat/uc-national-update-19-26-january-2022-uniting-in-prayer-for-tonga-day-of-mourning-... ... See MoreSee Less
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Finally made contact with Free Wesleyan Church in Tonga President and PCC Moderator, Rev. Dr. Tevita Havea.In a brief communication he has said that the Church has mobilized and is "active on the front". The FWCT will be hiring a boat to sail early next week with basics to the affected areas as their immediate relief work. PCC will be supporting that and other relief work.Our colleagues from the Tongan National Council of Churches, including Rev. Ikani Tolu have also informed us that they are OK and engaging in relief work which includes Trauma Counseling.Please keep Tonga in your prayers and help where you can. ... See MoreSee Less
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