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

The Church has left the Building!

Like the rest of the world we have found ourselves in a difficult place as a result of the coronavirus, known as COVID-19. In an attempt to ‘flatten the curve’, our Australian Federal and State Governments, like governments around the world, have put in place strategies limiting our movements, and for very good reason. We fully support efforts to do whatever we can to protect the vulnerable, especially the elderly and those with chronic illness. This is no truer for…

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT COVID19

What a different world we live in all of a sudden. The coronavirus is having a serious effect on just about everyone and everything. Our hearts go out to all those who are seriously affected right now, through death of loved ones, illness, isolation, loss of job, financial insecurity and so on. As a result of this virus we are also affected as a church community in that the decison has been made to suspend our regular worship and our…

School Community Blessing

One of the great joys of ministry is making connections across the local community. Our congregation has a long history of providing financial support to school chaplains who are working in local schools. This has been made possible through our Op Shop ministry which in itself is a way we connect with our local community. Each year we invite our school chaplains to a special commissioning service and have linked this with a blessing for the whole school. We this…

Messages

The Resurrection and the Life

The message delivered in this service on the fifth Sunday in Lent focuses on the incident of the raising of Lazarus as found in John 11. The whole service is being provide due to COVID -19 meeting restrictions.

None so blind…

Today’s message focuses on the story in John 9 of the man who was blind from birth. Really this is much more than a healing story. It is about those who are blind to the truth; those who are in spiritual darkness. We have moved to online worship as we currently are not meeting physically due to the coronavirus and so this message will link to our YouTube account.

Living Water

Today is the third Sunday in Lent, we’re at the midpoint of our Lenten messages.We are familiar with the story of the Woman at the Well and today we take a look at the interaction of Jesus and the Samaritan woman.There are three elements to this meeting that we should note:The Request of Jesus for a drink of waterThe Relationship that was established between the Jesus and the womanThe Responsibility that the woman took to advise others in her town…

You must be born again!

In today’s message which takes the form of a monologue we hear from Nicodemus, the Pharisee who seeks to learn from Jesus. His encounter with Jesus is found in John 3: 1-21.