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The Unitarian Church of South Australia, Inc., is a non-profit church affiliated with the world-wide Unitarian and Unitarian-Universalist free church movements. We are independent and entirely self-governed.
As a progressive and inclusive faith community, we are covenanted not by doctrine and dogma, but by liberal religious principles distilled from the essential values of all world religions, as well as the arts, sciences, and humanities. These principles are a living document, subject to free, individual interpretation, and are not a creed.
What to expect at a Unitarian service…
When and where and who:
Weekly services are held at our Norwood Meeting House at 99 Osmond Terrace, Norwood, at 10.30 am Sundays.
Lectio Divina services are held each Wednesday from 6 pm until 7 pm.
All services are conducted by the Minister, unless otherwise indicated in our newsletter.
If you're visiting SA Unitarian Church for the first time, here are some top tips
to make your first visit memorable, easy and, most of all, fun!
Welcome to Worship at the Unitarian Church. As you look around you will see children are an important part of our community. Their presence here grows out of a commitment to incorporate children into the life and mission of our congregation, and to nurture them in their own spiritual journey.
We offer our creche and Sunday Club but we also bring children into the beginning of every service. After our 'Time for All Ages' they are invited to go to Sunday Club. Your child, however, may wish to stay with you, especially if you are visiting for the first time. We welcome this. Occasionally we have a family worship service which includes the entire congregation including the children.
In 2015 our Social Justice efforts focused on three issues: asylum seekers, marriage equality, and poverty alleviation.
Our program symbolises our desire to offer meaningful and enjoyable fellowship across the generations.
Sunday Club provides spiritual leadership and a positive experience for our youngest Unitarians.