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Hornsby Uniting Church Worship and Activity Centre?

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Events Calendar, News sheets and weekly audio recordings.

This week's Audio Message
March 11 - Christ's Love Gives Birth to Life

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For more detail, see our Activities and Worship pages
March 20 - Lent Bible Study; "There is a green hill far away". 7:30pm
25 - Palm Sunday worship 9:30am
26, 27, 28 - Holy Week meditation at Asquith 7:00pm
29 - Maundy Thursday Tenebrae reflection - 7:30pm
30 - Good Friday worship 8:30am
April 1 - Easter Sunday Celebration 9:30am
[Note! Daylight Saving ends on April 1]

Enquire about the activities run by external providers
at the Worship & Activity Centre:

Pilates (Senal Congregation) - Dance Elements - Tiny Tutus dance for children - Wing Chun defence - Movement for Missions (Tai Chi) - Zumba for Kids - Overeaters Anonymous - Hornsby Probus

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Hornsby Uniting Church

We are people of God who seek to grow in faith and discipleship
as we engage hearts and minds with the message of the Gospel and share the love of Christ in all we do.

Hornsby Uniting Church is a congregation within the Sydney Central Coast Presbytery of the Uniting Church in Australia. The congregation is led in worship by Rev. Kodjo Nkrumah. We share a relationship with the Sydney Senal Korean congregation led by Rev. Bomwook Choi, and the Sau Faupula Tongan congregation (Asquith).

The Hornsby and Sydney Senal congregations have partnered in the sharing of facilities at the Worship and Activity Centre on the corner of Frederick and William Streets.

Sunday morning services are at 9:30 am.You can be assured of a warm welcome!

Our Vision - To grow in Christ and share His love

The Hornsby, Senal and Sau Faupula congregations

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