Welcome to Bridgewater Uniting Community

A friendly church in the Adelaide Hills.

In-Person: You are welcome to attend our Sunday worship service in-person at 9.30am in the Chapel in Bridgewater.

On-line: We also offer our service live streamed online at the following link – Zoom Sunday Service.

We have members in the USA and Melbourne connecting each week by Zoom, as well as local hills or SA based participants. 

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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, LGBTIQ and gender diverse, families and individuals, in fact, anybody.

We believe that people are created to live in community with each other, and in relationship with God – Life is better together!

During our weekly services, children and young people are invited to participate in activities during school terms, and everyone gathers for conversation and refreshments after the service. People who follow our service online also have the opportunity to have a casual conversation with other online participants after the service has finished.

**Event** Come and join us. All welcome

The Statement From The Heart
Voice – Treaty – Truth

Join Parry Agius at Bridgewater Uniting Church and explore the meaning behind the Uluru
Statement From The Heart.

The Uluru Statement from the Heart is a profound call from Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander Peoples for constitutional change and structural reform in their relationship with
Australia. The Uluru Statement calls for three fundamental changes: Voice, Treaty, Truth.
The success of any future referendum on enshrining a First Nations Voice into the
Constitution will depend on gaining the support of the majority of Australians, both
Aboriginal and nonAboriginal.

Monday 30 May from 7pm to 9.30pm

Bridgewater Uniting Church 407 Mount Barker Rd Bridgewater

For free tickets:




Bridgewater Arts Centre (BAC)

This is a part of the Bridgewater Uniting Community and has an exciting program of music, visual art and spoken word in 2021. Please see the details at the BAC website.




Minister: Rev. Scott Litchfield 0401 453 141 or minister@bridgewateruc.org.au

Chair of Church Council: Marcus Lieneman on 0413 110 930 or marcuslieneman@gmail.com.

For Bridgewater Arts Centre concert information contact: Leigh Newton 0435 526 858

For Community Garden information contact: Mark Crisp 0400 163 463

For room bookings contact: Julie on 0403 680 190 or garrybur@yahoo.com

Church Council and Congregational meetings

The members of Church Council meet once a month and congregational meetings are held twice a year and when necessary to consider the more important facets of church life and the election of office bearers.

The members of Church Council are presently Marcus Lieneman (Chair), Andrea Tschoner (Secretary), Bruce Collins (Treasurer), Dawn Benjamin, Cathy Payne, Diana Morgan and Jayne LeVene.

Our Chair of Congregation is Peter Grear and our Secretary is Nicole Hams.

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.

For more information see information about The Oak  or the Acorn room and refer to our Bookings page.