Come, Worship With Us 


To join our Sunday, live stream service (click here)

This week’s Order of Service for this week (click here)

This week’s sermon  (available below, during the week that follows)


We have returned to worship as a community in our church, and would be pleased to welcome you.  If you would like to join us via our live stream, please use the link above to access the Highfield Road Uniting Church, YouTube channel.  Alternatively, you can worship in your own time, using the provided Order of Service and Sermon.

Worship is at the heart of Christian community; worship in contemporary language that is joyful, relevant and reflects the long traditions of the church. We embrace both traditional and new ways for participation.

Our worship service is open to all.  Face masks are not mandatory but may be worn, if you wish.  (click here to view our COVID-19 policy)


Recent, and past, sermons:

May 21, 2023  Ascension and Unity

May 7, 2023  Easter 5 – A place, A way, A name

April 23, 2023  Emmaus Road

April 16, 2023 Easter 2

April 9, 2023  Easter Sunday

April 7, 2023  Good Friday

April 2, 2023  Lent 6

March 26, 2023  Lent 5

March 19, 2023  Lent 4

March 12, 2023  Lent 3

March 5, 2023  Lent 2

February 26, 2023  Lent 1

February 19, 2023  The Transfiguration of Jesus

February 12, 2023  Epiphany 6

February 5, 2023  Epiphany 5

January 29, 2023 Epiphany 4

January 22, 2023  Epiphany 3

January 15, 2023  Epiphany 2

January 8, 2023  Epiphany 1

January 1, 2023  Christmas 1

December 25, 2022  Christmas Day

December 24, 2022  Christmas Eve

December 11, 2022  Advent 3

December 4, 2022  Advent 2

November 27, 2022  Advent 1

November 20, 2022 The Reign of Christ

November 13, 2022 Pentecost 23

November 6, 2022 Pentecost 22

October 30, 2022  Reflection, Zacchaeus

October 30, 2022  What is reformation day?

October 23rd, 2022  Reflection of Joel’s Prophecy

October 16, 2022  How to pray

October 9, 2022  Seek the welfare of the city

October 2, 2022  Faith when the world falls apart


Contact us through for further details

Sunday Worship- 9:30am

The main service for the week includes prayer, scripture reading, a relevant message and joyful singing led by the choir and pipe organ. Members of the congregation participate in leading aspects of the service.  All are welcome to attend.

Holy Communion is celebrated on the 1st Sunday of the month. We practice an open table and welcome all people.


Engage- Sunday 9:30am

There are many styles of worship. This quarterly all age service offers a way for everyone to connect with the themes and ideas of the day in small activity groups. These groups create items for use in future services. 

Worship Services

Examine & Coffee- Wednesday 2pm

This informal midweek service examines the text and examines ourselves through conversation about the day’s scripture and prayers. Come and join us.  This is a great way to reflect or connect with God in the midst of a busy week.  Our gathering is often via Zoom and sometimes in person.  Either method allows us to enjoy coffee or tea and a friendly chat afterwards.

Our MInister will happily provide you with details and materials for use each week.


Worship Services

Worship Service- 9:30am

The sound of children and babies in our congregation is most welcome, after all, Jesus said “Let the children come to me”.  We have a dedicated space and resources at the front of our pews and in our foyer.  Both areas allow the family to be part of the service.  Where you decide to sit is your decision so please know that you are welcome anywhere.
At the moment we do not have a regular Sunday School but our dedicated, and eager teachers are ready and resourced to explain and teach God’s word.  All that is required is your expression of interest for your child to be involved.
More detailed family information  (click here)
Family resources (click here)
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Romanian Orthodox Service – Sunday 11:30am

There is also a Sunday Service for the Christian Orthodox Church Saint Filoteea from Arges.  An Orthodox Parish under the Romanian Orthodox Patriarchate with the mission of catering for the spiritual needs of the Romanian diaspora in Australia and facilitate the access to the Christian way of life to all interested, regardless of ethnicity.  Our aim is to imitate Christ in our daily lives, and become united with Him through communion with the Holy Sacraments in the Holy Liturgy which is celebrated every Sunday from 11.30 a.m. in Romanian and English.

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A selection of Psalms from the Lectionary, paraphrased for public worship

Psalm 1

Psalm 2

Psalm 5