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9.30am Worship Resumed in the Worship Centre on 2 August 2020. Please come and join us or click the image below to Live-Stream or watch at your leisure on Youtube.. There is also a new 5.30pm Worship Time for the younger generations which is not currently Live-Streamed.
Children and Families Advent Event 2019
Registrations now open.
Saturday 7 December 5.00pm – 7.30pm
Christmas Activities, Stories, Crafts, Songs, Sausage Sizzle. Parents are welcome to stay or sign your children in and come back at 7.30pm.
Register HERE through eventbrite.
Download Brochure HERE
Information about the 2019 Easter services/activities around greater Hobart area.
- 9 Lessons and Carols Service at Hobart North Uniting Church, Sunday 2nd December at 9.30am. https://hobartcentral.unitingchurch.org.au/2018/11/9-lessons-and-carol-service-at-hobart-north-all-welcome/
- Countdown to Christmas – Children’s Christmas Activities Evening at Hobart North UCA Saturday 8 December 2018 from 5pm – 7.30pm. Prep to Year 6. Cost $2.00 per child / Max $5 per family. Download brochure HERE. Register HERE.
- Blue Christmas Service, Monday 17th December at 6pm at Hobart North Uniting Church. https://hobartcentral.unitingchurch.org.au/2018/11/blue-christmas/
Hobart North Congregation 2018
Hobart North Congregation February 2017
9 Lessons & Carols
Sunday 10 December This is service is always well attended. Please arrive early to find a park. Please click on the flyer to enlarge and download.
Count Down To Christmas – Children’s Christmas Activities
Friday 15 December 6.00pm – 8.30pm for Primary School Children The combined Uniting Churches of the Hobart Region are holding a special Christmas Activities evening for children in Primary School 2017. A great opportunity to drop your children off and get that last minute Christmas shopping attended to, or go out for dinner – child free in the Hobart North precinct for the evening.
Friday 15 December 2017 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Hobart North Uniting Church Cnr Elizabeth and Swan Streets, North Hobart
To register please click on the following link REGISTRATION FORM
Further information or assistance: The Rev’d Jeff Savage 0429 728 243 or email@example.com
A PDF of the flyer can be downloaded here to distribute amongst the community. FLYER
Blue Christmas – A service of quiet reflection for anyone missing someone at Christmas
Monday 18 December from 6.00pm – 7.00pm for those feeling loss or lost. This is a quiet, reflective service for those who are missing someone, feeling loss or separated from loved ones, or even feeling lost at Christmas. Take time for yourself to acknowledge your feelings and sit with them. You don’t have to rejoice just because everyone else appears to be.
Carols and Christmas Worship Service Times.
Other opportunities for singing carols and a list of Christmas Day worship service times for Hobart North, Scots-Memorial and Wesley are listed on the flyer below. Please click on the flyer to enlarge and download.
Pastoral Care Ministry Team at Hobart North have a dedicated email address and would like to encourage people to send all pastoral care requests, updates, feedback, concerns or information to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org . This will assist those coordinating pastoral care for the congregation. Thank You.
Stay and Play
Was held on Sunday 3 December following worship. Folk hung around for lunch (sausage sizzle) provided, played games, chatted, took part in craft and other activities. At Hobart North part of how we care for one another is getting to know each other in informal intergenerational settings, enjoying each other’s company. We aim to hold these days once every 2 or 3 months.
Mission and Identity
“uniting community“ was adopted by the church in late 2012, not only as a ‘mission statement’, but also an ‘identity statement’. It is how we see our calling as a Christian church. “nurturing spirit, sharing hospitality, practising faith“ are the key elements in how we want to go about our calling. (The lower case letters are deliberate, and not merely the result of bad grammar! They remind us that ‘uniting’ is a verb as well as naming us as part of the Uniting Church in Australia: ‘uniting is both who we are and what we want to do.)
Hobart North UCA was formed in 2006 from New Town Moonah and North Hobart congregations. It is a vibrant and lively community of faith which seeks to encourage its people in Christian worship and practice. Members are involved in a wide variety of activities and ministries, both as part of the Sunday gatherings and in living out their faith the rest of the week.