Welcome to Walkerville Uniting Church

We’re so glad you stopped by! Take a look around and learn a little more about our church. We hope you find a warm community with authentic faith, inclusive love, spiritual inspiration, service, action and generosity.

9.30am – Weekly All Age Worship
5pm – 6.30pm – Monthly Family Service

You can view our services on YouTube below

ACTIVITIES

PLAYGROUP

Playgroup is a great way to play with your child or baby with the support and friendship of others.

Please email us admin@walkerville.ucasa.org.au or call for more information 8342 5875.

AGEING WELL MATTERS

The Ageing Well Matters program is designed to provide those in their second half of life an opportunity to have meaningful connections and conversations around significant life issues that present themselves throughout the ageing journey.

HIRE OUR FACILITIES

We have a range of tenants who use sections of our facilities when they are not being used for our church activities.  We welcome both long-term and short-term hire.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU

For general enquiries feel free to email us admin@walkerville.ucasa.org.au. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Contact

Church Office

Office Hours:
Tuesday: 9am – 12noon
Thursday: 9am -12noon

P. (08) 8342 5875
E. admin@walkerville.ucasa.org.au

Address:
17 Smith St, Walkerville, SA, 5081

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Walkerville Uniting Church

Walkerville Uniting Church

A community in Christ for all generations
we are a Christian community encouraging opportunity for faith, growth and service in God’s world. Walkerville Uniting Church is a vibrant, all-age congregation of The Uniting Church in Australia.

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We will be meeting as usual this week on Sunday. I may have been over-cautious about not meeting in person last Sunday as it now seems clear that the new variant of the virus is inevitably going to make its way through most of the population. Nevertheless, slowing the speed of its spread does make a material difference to the capacity of our hospitals and medical services to provide care for those that do fall ill. Therefore, we are required to be masked during the service (singing with masks is allowed), and while inside the building during morning tea, except when we are seated in the foyer while eating or drinking.
If you are not feeling at ease about meeting you can still find our online services and messages uploaded to our YouTube channel at:
www.youtube.com/channel/UCKwD-mOCwaMlWN-I6v4XvjQ
At this stage we will continue to meet as usual, unless otherwise informed. Naturally, if there are any changes to these provisions, or if anyone within our community does contract the virus, we will inform those who may have had contact. Please feel free to discuss these matters with me personally or by email.
In faith
David Kowalick
ministerwalkervilleuca@outlook.com
0413 098 965
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In South Australia we will continue to include ‘close contacts’ as:
▪ household and household-like contacts and intimate partners
▪ those who have been in a setting where there has been significant transmission of COVID-19 (and there has been greater than 15 minutes face-to-face contact)
▪ those in high-risk communities/settings/workplaces where someone has tested positive to COVID-19 (and there has been greater than 15 minutes of face-to-face contact)

Most close contacts will receive an SMS from SA Health. However, if you know you are a close contact, please do not wait for the SMS – get tested and isolate immediately.

If someone you have been in close contact with tells you they have tested positive to COVID-19, you must follow the advice below.

Unvaccinated and vaccinated close contacts must:
▪ immediately quarantine for 7 days since they had contact with a COVID-19 positive person or were at the exposure location
▪ get an initial PCR test
▪ get a PCR test again on day 6 if initial test negative (a negative day 6 PCR test is required to be released from quarantine)
▪ get a PCR test again immediately if symptoms develop (be mindful of symptoms for up to 14 days)
▪ not attend high risk settings or COVID Management Plan events for 14 days after exposure
▪ wear a surgical mask when around others
▪ avoid contact with vulnerable people, avoid non-essential activities where possible and avoid shared spaces and maintain physical distancing on days 8 to 14 after exposure.

Do not attend an Emergency Department, unless it is an emergency.

In an emergency or if you have symptoms such as difficulty breathing or chest pain, call Triple Zero (000).
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Join us for a very special nativity story this Sunday at 9.30am
Carols, sheep, costumes - even a donkey! All outside on the lawn behind the church - we'd love to see you!
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Join us for a very special nativity story this Sunday at 9.30am
Carols, sheep, costumes - even a donkey! All outside on the lawn behind the church - wed love to see you!
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