A church for the village!

We’re looking forward to welcoming you!

Location Details

89 Franklin Drive Mudgeeraba

  • Worship:
    Every Sunday @ 9.00 am
    1st Sunday @ 7.30 am

  • (07) 5525 1309 Church Office (07) 5530 7298 Op Shop

  • mudgeeuc​@bigpond.com

Ministry Team

Lead Minister

Rev. Leo Newell

Rev Leo joined us in July 2017, having previously been lead minister at Burleigh Heads Uniting and prior to that, Atherton and Prosperine. Leo also served as a youth and children’s worker in Gympie and New Farm, but began his working life as a heavy vehicle mechanic. He is married to Lou-Anne and they have two adult children. Leo likes to go bush-walking and discovering new places. He also enjoys a good coffee. Leo is passionate about helping people come…
Playgroup Coordinator

Leesa Forgan

Leesa has been a part of Mudgeeraba Uniting for some time, initially through attending playgroup. It was through the connection with playgroup and members of the congregation that she came to faith and has not looked back.  She began relieving the Playgroup Coordinator when leave was required and later relieved Lori whilst she took her maternity leave in May 2014. When Lori moved to her new position as Families Worker, Leesa was appointed as Playgroup Coordinator. She enjoys bringing families…

Church Blog

It’s christmas Time again

It’s Christmastime once again and the church and local community are gearing up to celebrate. Our congregation is once again teaming up with Robina C3 Church to present the Mudgeeraba Community Carols event on Sunday 1st December. This event to be held at Firth Park is always popular with locals who flock to it in their thousands each year. There will be food stalls on-site or people can bring their own food and make a picnic of it. Link to…

Village Craft Fair all set once again

The Mudgeeraba Uniting Church’s popular Village Craft Fair returns again in 2019 offering a wide range of stalls. Running over two days on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th November, shoppers will find a plenty of perfect gift ideas from stall-holders selling their home-made products. The range and quality of goods has to be seen to be believed! As well there will be pre-loved jewellery, books and art, cakes, slices, jams, chutneys and plants. A cafe provides morning and afternoon teas…

GREAT OUTBACK BARBECUE

In the midst of a severe drought Aussie farmers are doing it tough. Standing alongside them are Bush Chaplains, provided through Frontier Services, an agency of the Uniting Church in Australia. “Our Aussie Farmers are doing it really tough. With flooding in Northern Queensland, to bush fires down in Tasmania, and drought gripping over 50% of the country, some farmers say it’s the worst weather conditions they’ve ever experienced in their lifetime. These recent natural disasters have had a devastating…

Messages

The Future – Better day coming!

In this message we look to the future based on the prophecy of Isaiah (Isaiah 65: 17-25) given to Israel. We look at what that means for us. There is also a brief reference to Luke 21: 5-19.

Persistence in prayer

Looking at Jesus’ parable about the unjust judge and the persistent widow in Luke 18: 1-8, we consider what that means for us in our prayer life, especially when it seems that our prayers go unanswered.

Take time for mental health

At the close of Qld Mental Health Week, Rev Leo presents a message on the QMHW theme, looking at biblical examples from Psalm 22 and 1 Samuel 16. He begins with a story written by Judith Viorst, called Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Some people have Alexander days every day!

A healthy Church

What does a healthy church look like? What are the qualities? In this excellent message from psychologist Meryem Brown we are reminded about the four pillars of a healthy church based on Romans 12: 9-18. The four pillars identified are integrity, empathy, charity, and harmony.