In God We Trust. Therefore, Kiama-Jamberoo Uniting Church seeks to bring people to an understanding of the Good News and to share the love of God with people in our communities. Through challenge, love, service and witness we seek to create a safe place where people can gather, grow and share the journey of life and faith.
Genesis 1:1-5 & John 1: 1-5 I think it is a fairly natural thing that parents try to educate their children in the things that were important to them when they were younger. For my part as a parent, I spent much time ‘educating’ our daughter on humour – particularly satirical, wit/word play, absurdist and […]
Prayer Lord of all creation, We celebrate this day with Thanksgiving for the good blokes of the Men’s Shed. We give thanks for the love, support, advice, and fellowship that they share. And we thank you that they share it with other members of the church family. May it continue to provide a creative outlet […]
Genesis 24:10-20 & John 4:3-30 I sometimes wonder whether the modern day equivalent to a well in ancient times, isn’t a Kiama café. Like other watering holes such as the club or pubs, the well was a gathering place, a place to slow down or to stop doing things, a place to refresh and a […]
The Holy Spirit Series 1 Bible Readings: Genesis 1:1-4 The Beginning 1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 Now the earth was[a] formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. 3 And God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. 4 God […]
Today’s sermon is the first of two parts which will conclude next week [for those not here next week – it will be posted on our church website. During this time we are going to wander around a bid and hopefully wonder a lot! We can always find something new, or things can be revealed […]
Genesis 18:22-33 & John 4:21-24 In this New Year we’ve been looking at aspects of creating our future. We started firstly by looking at the Kiama and District – Grace Life church in 2050 might say to us in 2015 in growing God’s mission toward the middle of the 21st century and our advice to […]
Genesis 1:1-5 & Mark 1:4-11 Today is the first of five sermons in our summer series that takes us through to the beginning of Lent. The title of our series is ‘Commitment to Change’ – which has a dual meaning – committing to a change and from commitment to change to change occurring. We […]