At Westbourne Park Uniting Church, we warmly welcome all who wish to be baptised, whether babies, children or adults. The baptism will take place during one of our regular worship services.
Baptism is about a person becoming a part of the family of God. This means establishing a connection with the rest of the family… the church. For a baptism at Westbourne Park UC, you will be expected to attend Sunday worship services from the time of your enquiry through to the date of the baptism (usually at least four weeks). This will allow you to get to know the people at Westbourne Park UC, and for us to get to know you. It will also give you time to decide whether Westbourne Park UC is the right place for you and/or your child to grow in faith through an ongoing connection. We’d love to have you stay and become a part of our church family, as so many have done before you.
Please contact the church office (8271 7066) to arrange a time to meet with our minister, so that you can discuss together the meaning of baptism and for you to have any questions answered.
Contact the minister for more information:
Minister David Hoffman – 0401 138 259 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Westbourne Park Uniting Church is centrally located a little over 10 minutes drive from the Adelaide CBD.
The church is located at 27 Sussex Tce in the beautiful green area of Hawthorn just off Cross Road.
We have on-site parking and street parking options.
The church is easily accessible by public transport (bus and train).
Your special day should be just that. Special and yours! We would love for you to host your wedding with us. The church area can be turned into a romantic space that offers a traditional atmosphere. The hall is a very spacious room with a seating capacity of 100.
Meeting Room: Office Foyer
40 sqm (7.5m x 5m)
The office foyer can accommodate 30 people standing and 15-20 seated people using a board room set-up.
A fully equipped kitchen is available for you to prepare your catering needs. We have 2 large fridges and 1 large freezer included in the kitchen ready for you to utilise. The kitchen is equipped with 4 sinks, 2 large ovens, pie warmer cabinet. There is also a commercial dishwasher and a microwave.
180 sqm (10mx18m)
You can comfortably fit 140 people in the church hall for a cocktail style event (standing).
The outside area surrounded by beautiful garden beds will comfortably fit around 50 standing people.
Volunteer Positions Vacant
The activities and ministries of the church are administered and administrated by a large number of volunteers, each who gives of their skills and resources as part of their worship to God and to serve their community.
There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but in all of them and in everyone it is the same God at work. – 1Cor 12:5
We encourage regular members of the community who have made WPUC their home, to prayerfully consider the right time to use their God-given skills to serve.
If you would like to get involved in the life of the church, please talk with a leader or contact the office.
Opportunities to serve include:
- Helping in welcoming and greet people as they enter.
- Help cook, serve or organise morning tea, supper or soup kitchens.
- Sing, play music or lead the congregation in worship.
- Serve as a council or committee member to help make important decisions.
- Operate the Sound System or Projector
- Arranging flowers for the church
- Many many others.
Mission is loving those in the community by various acts of service and by sharing the Good News of the gospel with them.
Some of the mission activities that we are currently or recently have been involved in include:
- East Timor Project – A Centenary Project which has lead to an ongoing partnership with an East Timor Village, Bahareduk.
- Kids Hope – School Children Mentoring Program
- Salvos DUO – Befriending and serving meals to the homeless, vulnerable and marginalised.
- Hindley Street – Green Team
- Schoolies Festival – Green Team
- Support for Refugees in local detention centres
- Seminars in local schools, especially at Christmas and Easter.
- Fair Trade activism especially against Child-labour and Sex trafficking.
The best way to get connected with any of these programs is to check the Weekly Newsletter for opportunities to get involved. Alternatively you can contact the Office to find the best person to speak with.
Kids Hope is a program that provides Churches with an opportunity to impact and serve their local community
through a partnership with a local Primary School.
Kids Hope builds caring relationships … one child, one hour, one church, one school.
Our church is privileged to be involved with Westbourne Park Primary School and we presently have 7 mentors who started this term.
This program provides our church with a wonderful opportunity to impact and serve our local community through a partnership with one of our local schools.
The school presently has more children who they would like to be involved with this program commencing in Term 4.
“…to engage with the community to help them see that the church is useful and that there are many who
attend who have skills that they can use.”
The leadership team of the school are very excited about this partnership.
This program continues to build on the relationships which have been formed over the years through the Christmas and Easter presentations and the support provided to the Christian Pastoral Support Workers through the various activities under the banner of the Inter Church Council.
Read More: Kids Hope Australia Website
If you would like further information, contact Jenny Carver via the Office.