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Community Meal every Monday night
5-6.30pm
Open to all!

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Jesus lived with the awareness that God is doing something, right here, right now, and anybody can be a part of it.  He encouraged his listeners to search, to question, to wrestle with the implications of what he was saying and doing.  Wherever he went, Jesus started discussions about what matters most, because for Jesus, God is always inviting us to open our eyes and join in.  Nooma is a series of short films that explore our world from a perspective of Jesus.  Nooma is an invitation to search, question, and join the discussion.  Find more Nooma short films on YouTube. 

During the Monday meal (5.30-6..30pm) the church is open and warm and is a place you can sit, think, talk to someone, pray or have someone pray for you.  

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Welcome to Alpine Uniting Church!

We are a community of faith in the Snowy Mountains, seeking to live out the amazing message of Jesus.

 

We acknowledge the Ngarigo people who first cared for this land.  We share this land, buildings and resources believing we are here to be:

  • ​a welcoming place of hospitality 

  • a place where people can connect with each other.

  • a people caring for others in the name of Christ.

 

We meet on Sundays at 9.30am.

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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT ALPINE UNITING
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MONDAY WINTER MEALS

Every Monday night in winter we have soup, rolls and desserts from 5-6.30pm.  Bring your friends, or come and make new ones. 

19 Gippsland St, Jindabyne.   

 

The OP SHOP is open until 7pm so you can combine shopping and a meal.

The church is also open and warm and is a place you can come and sit, think, talk, pray or have someone pray for you.

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OP SHOP

Come and check out our vibrant Op Shop next to the church.  It's full of quality stock and great prices.  Great for ski gear.  A hub of activity all year.  

OPENING HOURS:  

SAT 10-1PM (plus sausage sizzle)

MON 12-7PM (plus winter meal)

     WED 12-4PM

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SIT AND RELAX

When the OP SHOP is open, there is a warm and welcoming space to sit and relax with a coffee or tea; chat with friends; ask questions, or just ponder life. 

FOOD PANTRY

Stock up on food items at prices that will make you happy.  The food pantry is located within the OP SHOP.

HELPING HANDS

Helping Hands may be able to assist if you are struggling financially.  For a confidential talk, phone Jean on 0412 750 326

Every Wednesday from 12.30-3pm Tegan from WRIGHT LAW is available for a pro bono (free) 30 min consultation.  People can book to meet online or in person.  Tegan is also happy to take walk-ins.  Here is the booking link:

https://calendly.com/wrightlawilp-zbw/pro-bono-clinic.

NEED HELP WITH LEGAL QUESTIONS?
 

 
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SPECIAL RELIGIOUS 
EDUCATION

Wendy Marshall meets weekly with children in Jindabyne Public, Jindabyne High School, and Berridale Public,   whose parents have asked for them to attend Special Religious Education.   Wendy's position is mostly funded by Alpine Uniting Church through the OP SHOP funds.

 

 

 

 

 

Your donations to the OP SHOP make it possible for Alpine Uniting Church to help others in need within our community and further afield. 

 

Aid has been given to the Lismore Flood Appeal;  Turkiye/Syria Earthquake Appeal;  Salvation Army Cooma; Bushfire Chaplaincy Narooma; Children of Gaza Appeal;  Cancer Council Research Appeal;  Monaro Community Access Service;  Mission Australia Cooma. 

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Every Monday night during the meal (5.00-6.30pm) the chuch is open and warm and is a place where you can come and sit, think, talk, pray,  or have someone pray for you.

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Domestic and

Family Violence (DFV) is against the will of God. 

 

As a national church we are committed to supporting people experiencing domestic and family violence and making our churches and communities safe places for all people.  

If you need help contact:  1800 RESPECT national helpline: 1800 737 732

Monaro Community Access Service:  (02) 6452 6174

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