Sydney Presbytery is the regional council of the Uniting Church (Synod of NSW & ACT), spanning from Bondi to Homebush, Sydney Harbour to the Cooks River.
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Balmain Uniting Church
Sunday morning service at 9:30 am via Zoom, please email Rev. James Aaron for the Zoom details: [email protected]
Leichhardt Uniting Church
Sunday morning service at 10 am & Evening Service at 6:30 pm via LUC’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/leichhardtuc
Paddington Uniting Church
Sunday evening worship at 7 pm Sunday via Zoom.
Please visit Paddington's website for the Zoom details: https://www.paddingtonuca.org.au
South Sydney Uniting Church
Sunday morning Prayer Vigil at 10 am via Zoom.
Please email Rev. Andrew Collis for the Zoom details: [email protected]
Mustard Seed Uniting Church
Sunday morning service at 9:30 am via Zoom and their Facebook page.
Church in the Marketplace
Sunday morning service at 10 am via their website: CMPonline.net
Sunday morning service at 10 am via their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NewtownMission
There will also be a 4 pm meditation. To join, please private please message the Facebook page for the details.
Uniting Heart and Soul
Sunday morning service at 10 am via their website: https://unitingheartandsoul.org or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/unitingheartandsoul
Wayside Chapel Kings Cross
Sunday morning service at 10 am via their YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/WaysideLiveYouTube
Burwood Croydon Uniting Church
Malvern Hill congregation Sunday morning service at 9 am
Burwood Sunday morning service 10 am
Burwood Evening service at 6 pm
Mascot Wesley Uniting Church
Sunday morning worship at 10 am via their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/mascotwesley.unitingchurch.7
Wesley Mission has multiple language streams, accessible via their website: https://www.wesleymission.org.au/christian-life/congregations-2
St. Davids Uniting Church
Sunday morning worship at 9:30am via their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/St-Davids-Uniting-Church-434054289976936
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