Denman Street, Yarralumla ACT
Sunday Morning Service - 9.30 am
Minister: Rev Riana Kok.
Phone 02 6281 1406
Weddings and Funerals: Jean Thomson at 62813396
Mailing address: PO Box 7095 Yarralumla ACT 2600
This congregation started as a group meeting in a nearby home with the Foundation Stone for the first meeting place laid in 1959 followed by the Opening of the present Church in 1967.
Activities include the Monday morning childrens Gumnut Playgroup with Indoor Bowls and Friendship groups in the afternoon. On Tuesday morning there is the Retired Mens Tiffins and on Wednesday afternoon the Choir assembles for rehearsal. The Onward Stroke Group gathers on Thursday mornings. Bible discussion groups meet at varied times and places. Note that some of the above are weekly or monthly.
The Meeting Halls and Kitchen Facilities are available for hire for community and private use and information about hiring is available below.
A Bulletin is distributed each Sunday detailing the above meetings, congregational news and some presbytery information.
Further information about any of the above may be accessed at 02 6281 2750 on Wednesdays between 12-2pm or by the postal address above.
Services during December/ January
Dec 17th - Communion Service.
Dec 24th - Morning service as usual.
Dec 24th - Carols on the Lawns at 6pm.
Dec 25th - Christmas Day Service here at 9:30 am.
Dec 31st - Combined service (Yarralumla, St. James, Sth Woden), 9:30 at Yarr.
Jan 7th - Combined service 10:30 at St. James, Curtin.
Jan 14th - Combined service at South Woden , 9:30 at the Pearce Community Centre with Communion. Hodgson Crescent ,Pearce.
Jan 21st - Back to normal - 9:30am at Yarralumla
Christmas Music Service
This will be on Sunday 10th December at 9.30 am in the church . The Ladies' Choir will present musical items.
Coffee @ Yarra
Fridays 10.00 am – 12.00 noon
Come by to catch up with friends or for a chat
Coffee and Treat - $3 Contribution
Yarralumla Church Centre
Denman Street Yarralumla
This an initiative of our leaders and is aimed at addressing the problem of homelessness. Pick up a labelled plastic bag from the foyer, place any available 50c pieces into it and leave the bag in the collection bag. Pick up another for use during the week!
Parking for those with limited mobility:
The two car park positions on either side of the path to the church entrance are reserved for those who are less able to walk a longer distance.
"Witches hats" are normally placed there as a reminder. If you don’t mind walking a little further, please leave these parking spaces for those who will benefit from their availability.
For the hearing-impaired, a Hearing Aid Loop has been installed in the church building.
To "tune" to the loop broadcast, switch your hearing aid to the "T" setting.