A church for the village!

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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

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…

What was it like Mary?

What was it like Mary, to see your boy, your precious boy hanging on that cross, shamed and dying? You knew it from the beginning didn’t you, that your boy was different, set apart? The angel had told you so, but did you really expect it to end like this, you who bore him in your womb, you who cradled and cuddled him and nursed him at your breast; you who taught him and trained him, guided and disciplined him?…

Easter! More than hot-cross buns!

It was just a few days after Christmas when the major supermarkets in Australia stocked their shelves with Good Friday’s hot-cross buns. They do it every year in spite of howls of protests from the general public. Of course, for the retail sector Easter is simply another marketing opportunity and clearly, the product sells, so for all those who protest many more don’t share their concern. The significance of the Christian seasons is of little interest to the likes of…

Messages

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.

Christian Living

In this last message in the series from Colossians we consider Paul’ words about household relationships among other matters.

Our Life in Christ

In this message based on Colossians 3: 1-17 we consider what it means to be a person living ‘raised with Christ’.

Sinners in the hands of a Loving God

In reflecting on two of Jesus’ ‘lost and found’ stories (Luke 15: 1-10) we consider the heart of God and the lengths to which he goes to rescue just one person. Indeed we are sinners in the hands of a loving God.