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Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Join us for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea @ the Bathurst Uniting Church Activities Hall.

10:45am – Sunday, 12 May 2024.

All are welcome!

We would like to invite all members of our Congregation, families and friends to attend. All of us has been touched by cancer at some time in our lives whether it be family, friends or associates. Come and donate to research for a cure and improvement of life for cancer suffers.

You can donate to –

  • Bank: Reliance Bank
  • BSB: 882 000
  • Account No.: 100140356
  • Account name: Bathurst Uniting Church.

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Bathurst Uniting Church Pipe Organ recital

Bathurst Uniting Church & The Allegri Singers
PRESENT RENOWNED AUSTRALIAN ORGANIST
Christopher Wrench
in a recital celebrating the sesquicentenary of the Bathurst Uniting Church Pipe Organ

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Bathurst’s 150th Pipe Organ Celebration

A Harmony of Legacy and Craftsmanship Unveiled in Bathurst’s 150th Pipe Organ Celebration

On March 10, 2024, Bathurst Uniting Church will resonate with the enchanting melodies of its historic pipe organ, celebrating 150 years of musical legacy. At both the commemorative church service in the morning and the ALL STOPS OUT concert in the afternoon, the organ will be played by Internationally acclaimed organist Christopher Wrench. The afternoon concert will include an organ recital and The Allegri Singers. The celebration promises to weave a narrative of history, passion, and extraordinary musical prowess.

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Reflection – February 2024

Tended by angels rather than consumed by wild beasts!

There is a lot on. We are in that start-up phase or rapid escalation of events and activities for the year. This year compressed by the early Easter which therefore means Lent starts early. That means the Lenten Bible study preparation – this year “in-house” by many in our church, is in full swing. Further, there is a Church retreat day on 24 February, the election of Church Council Leaders, commissioning of new leaders and covenant Service on 3 March, an organ 150th celebration on 10 and 13 March, all before Easter. We also take into consideration the recommencement of other church activities. Then there are all the community activities. Work . . . School is back and even for households with no children, there is the back to school or commencement of pre-school, school, high school, university, or work for grandchildren, maybe great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. Some families seem to have a sequence of significant family birthdays – one each weekend of January and February this year. A lot is happening. It would be a shame to get to Easter exhausted.

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