Activities

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Kiama Creative Crafts

This group meets every Monday morning during school terms from 9.00 am to 12.00 pm. The Craft group meets in the Fellowship Centre under the guidance of Daphne  [02] 4232 1723. They have an annual presentation of their crafts and artwork in November. A wide variety of crafts are taught and worked – from knitting, crocheting, embroidery, tapestry, quilting, card making, candlewicking, applique, and others. The artists meet in the Lecture Hall.

 

Kiama Men’s Shed

The Kiama Men’s Shed is located in Uniting House [the old manse] in the church grounds. There are currently about 60 members and the Shed is open on Tuesday and Thursdays from 9.00 until 3.00. Men must become members before being allowed to use the tools and there is a safety orientation  as well. Men’s Shed Polo Shirts are also available.
The men work on a variety of their own projects but also complete some tasks collectively [for example, the Mayor’s Christmas Toy Appeal].
For more details, contact Ian Yabsley on (02) 4233 1456 or Reuben Rattray on (02) 4233 2490.

Meditation 

The Christian Meditation group meets on Wednesday afternoons at 4pm-5pm in the Kiama Fellowship Centre (during school term).  We share in a short talk or discussion and then spend 20 minutes in silence together.
A Beginners’ Group is offered from time to time to introduce the techniques of meditation.  

Adult Fellowship

Our Fellowship group meets on the first Thursday of each month at Kiama. Morning Tea is at 9.30 am, followed by the meeting and then a guest speaker or an activity. New members are also welcome and a fun time is guaranteed.
For more details contact Secretary Gail Pickles on (02) 4232 1630

Prayer Gathering

Each first Saturday of the month, a group of willing prayers meet together to pray for the church. If you’d like to attend, please contact Sandra Fowlie on (02) 4232 2526

Bible Studies 

There are a number of Bible Studies available:
Monday Evenings
Tuesday Morning Ladies
Tuesday Afternoon  Ladies
Thursday Evenings (bi-weekly)
For more information, contact the church office.

Hymn Sing

A special treat for anyone who loves Hymns and church music. With wonderful pianist Dr. Ron and vocalists Reuben Rattray and Gail Pickles, with Pam Waters on flute and Rob Pickles providing programme assistance,  this groups meets about six times a year at 2.00 pm on a Sunday afternoon to enjoy singing their favourite hymns and church music. After all that singing afternoon tea is served. Won’t you join us for fun, fellowship and beautiful music? 

Men’s Mate Meet

A great way to join with other men over coffee and laugh ’til your sides hurt. The Men’s Mate Meet is a group of men who meet on the third Tuesday at 10.45 am at the Amaki Cafe in Collins Street. Each month a topic is nominated and each bloke has the opportunity to tell a tale relating to that topic for a few minutes. For more details contact, Barry Booth or Alan Broad.

Friday Friends

Friday Friends is a non-religious group of elderly people who meet every Friday in the Fellowship Centre from 9.30am-1.00 pm. Morning tea, lunch, activities and great friendship are shared. Everyone welcome, with bus services provided.

For more details phone Linda on 4232 1215.

Trading Table

The first Sunday of the month, after the worship service, morning tea is served in Lecture Hall and the Fellowship Group runs the Trading Tables. For sale are freshly baked food items and a variety of books and bric-a-brac. Prices are really reasonable and our ladies are great bakers.
Note: This activity is suspended during our renovations – expected back in September 2021!

Book Fair

Every January [during the Kiama Show] the Fellowship ladies hold a book store in the Lecture Hall. This is their major fund-raising event for the year and all sorts of wonderful pre-loved books are available for purchase. Some real gems can be found.

Kiama Knitters’ Guild

These knitting whizzes meet in our hall for their monthly meeting.
For more details please contact Brenda Farrar on (02) 4295 1776