Weekly Updates

This week's newsletter here.

what's on this week

Sunday morning - weekly worship engaging with the ancient faith and its radical heart of grace at 10 am followed by morning tea.

Wednesday- newsletter deadline, send to nucnewseditor@gmail.com

Wednesday and Friday - Op Shop sorting.  Come from 9-12 and help sort the treasure from the trash.  First picks and free morning tea, too.

Friday - Op Shop open from 4 30 to 6.

Saturday morning - Op Shop open from 9am til 12pm, Frilly's from 9:30 til 11:30am and the Mulch Pit Community Garden open indefinitely.


The practice of sustainability.

Element - Wood
strength and flexibility, growth and expansion, life and breath

Colour - Green
possibility, hope, simplicity and justice

We are a community that lives in abundance and the belief that there is enough for all.

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Eco Church Community

We've been asked to share our Mulch Pit story in a collection being put together by the Uniting Church Synod of Victoria and Tasmania and the Five Leaf Eco-Awards about churches around the country who have taken actions to care for the environment. The organizers hope to use these resources to help inspire more churches to act for the environment by showing them what is possible and that others are doing it.

It's part of the Green Church initiative.

Gai's taken a crack at it and we'll post it here when it's in final form. 

Meanwhile, we'll be out in the garden living it out!