A friendly church in the Adelaide Hills.
We gather weekly on Sunday at 9.30am for our worship service. Children and young people are invited to participate in activities during school terms, and everyone gathers for conversation and refreshments after the service.
For further information please contact Rev Christa Megaw via 0400 830 483 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For room bookings contact Julie on 0403 680 190 email@example.com
Bridgewater Uniting Church is a community of belonging for everyone, embracing diversity and acceptance through our faith in Christ.
- We grow in faith together through worship, spiritual guidance and sharing.
- We connect with the community in relevant and meaningful ways.
- We work for a better world.
You will find a safe and caring place here to belong, to learn, to question, to join in, and to make a difference in our community and in the world.
We welcome people from all walks and stages of life – multicultural, young and old, married and single, straight and gender diverse, abled and differently-abled, families and individuals.
We believe that people are created to live in community with each other, and in relationship with God – Life is better together!
Bridgewater Arts Centre event – Sat 15th June @ 7.30pm
The Community choir ‘Birds of a Feather’ and the band ‘Iron Dwarf’ will be performing at the Bridgewater Arts Centre 7.30pm Sat 15th June. Cost: $15. Mark this in your diaries now! Go to Eventbrite to book tickets. Invite your family and friends.
Birds of a Feather is a contemporary choir, singing songs from all genres to feed our souls and share the joy of music.
Iron Dwarf is a funky folk n’ roll carnival infused with gypsy jazz. Harmonica, bass, guitar and percussion laced with a touch of Frank Zappa led by the colourful musical troubadour Lord Stompy. Iron Dwarf serve up a musical and visual feast!
In conjunction with recognising Pentecost we celebrated in the baptism and confirmation of Roger Knight and the confirmation of Aafke Boomsma.
The Bridgewater Uniting Church has used state government’s Fund My Neighbourhood grant funding to build a community garden behind our Oak Community Centre.
It is free for all members of the public to collect produce from. It is open to the public anytime.
Sophie Thomson at Bridgewater Community Garden. Sophie recently gave us a great talk about how to observe carefully and then care for our garden appropriately.
The garden was opened on Saturday 24th November 2018. See more details and photos here.
The garden is maintained by a small volunteer group, and new volunteers are always very welcome.
Please come along, enjoy the sunshine, and collect some delicious, fresh, organic produce to take home!
Rooms for hire – regular or one off bookings
We have several vacant time slots available through the week, for hiring out our Oak & Acorn rooms (both with reverse cycle air conditioning, kitchens and bathrooms). Contact Julie 0403 680 190