We currently offer educational Sunday Club sessions for children during the Service once per month. After our ‘Story for All Ages’, children aged 4-14 are invited to attend Sunday Club, led by qualified teachers and child-carers. The date of each month’s Sunday Club session will be announced on our home page.
Third Wednesday of each month, 6 pm – 7 pm.
Words of Spirit is an informal, participatory worship based on deep listening, from a compilation of readings contributed by local Unitarians. These take place on the third Wednesday of each month from 6 pm until 7 pm. All are welcome.
First Wednesday of each month, 5 pm – 6 pm.
An hour of meditation practice is offered at the Unitarian Meeting House at 5pm on the first Wednesday of every month.
Saturdays, 10 am – 1 pm.
The Garden is a ‘shared gardening’ model where we all work together and share produce. We use organic gardening methods. To become a garden friend, come down to the garden on a Saturday and say hello. New members are welcome. There is an annual membership fee of $25 (conc. $20) which helps keeps us in seeds, manure, fertilizer, etc.
Thursdays, 4 pm – 5:15 pm during the school terms.
This group of women who love to sing is comprised of women mostly from the larger community but also from the Church. This is a great way to enjoy music and the friendship of others. It is led by our gifted leader/conductor Margaret Lambert. It is not essential to be able to read music. Second sopranos and altos are particularly welcome.
First Monday of the month, 11 am – 2 pm.
A group open to members and the community held at Unitarian House at 99 Osmond Terrace. They create knitted rugs and donate them to charity. The stories are swapped around as much as the knitted squares!
The Unitarian Church of SA holds a range of events intended to reach out to the wider community, including the Catherine Helen Spence Oration, an annual event to commemorate a great SA Unitarian.
For more information about any of these activities, please get in touch.