- Ashmore Uniting Church Worship Services
- JAM (Jesus And Me) Club
- Adult Fellowship
- Ladies Morning Tea
- Good Shepherd Op Shop
- School Chaplaincy
Ashmore Uniting Church Worship Services
Sundays from 9am. All are welcome! Communion on 1st Sunday of each month. Morning tea served afterwards in the atrium.
JAM (Jesus And Me) Club: Sundays 9am – 10.30am
JAM Club is our Children’s Ministry program for children aged 3 – high school. It is run in conjunction with the Sunday morning service and is a place where children can learn and grown in Jesus’ love for them and for the world. It includes singing, drama, craft activities, games, Biblical teaching and prayer. There are different classes to suit various age groups.
The Rainbow Room is also available for parents to accompany children under the age of 2. It is equipped with various toys and books plus an audio feed which enables the service to be heard.
First Tuesday of each month 10.15am – 12.00pm
A program where men and women are invited to enjoy fellowship together through various activities and guest speakers. Phone the church office 5597 2429 for more information.
Ladies Morning Tea
Third Friday of each month 10.15am
Please feel free to join us for morning tea at AM Deli, Ashmore Plaza. New ladies very welcome.
Phone church office on 5597 2429 for more information.
Playgroup: Tuesday Wednesday and Fridays 9.30am to 11.30am (all ages up to school age)
Our wonderful playgroup meets three times a week during the school term in the Church Hall. Parents, grandparents and carers are invited to bring their children along for a morning of fun and friendship.
The playgroup is for children from birth to school age and has a free play structure where various play and activity stations are set up inside and outdoors. The morning also includes singing time, story time and morning tea. The cost is $5 per family and children should bring their own hats and morning tea (due to allergies, etc). Morning tea is supplied for the adults.
Phone Sandra on 0437 774 156 for more information.
Good Shepherd Op Shop
The Good Shepherd Op Shop is located in the Ashmore Plaza Shopping Centre (across the carpark from the Church). A fantastic selection of clothing is available at great prices. Most of our clothes sell at $5 or less and our books sell at $1.00 – $2.00 each! Handbags and shoes are $4 and we even have some stunning wedding dresses for $20 and $30. The volunteer staff are welcoming and friendly and we would love you to pay us a visit.
Monday to Friday: 9am – 4pm
Saturday: 9am – 12pm
Phone: 0415 085149
Colin Batt is our local primary school Chaplain at Ashmore State School. Colin is at the school regularly providing support and pastoral care to students, families and teachers. A number of activities are run throughout the week for students including SUPA Club, a weekly lunchtime activity of fun and games and Breakfast Club, where students can gain a healthy start to their day and build friendships with others. Extra helping hands for activities, financial support and above all, prayer, is always appreciated.
Youth With A Mission (YWAM) is a non-profit, non-denominational organisation whose primary focus is to know God and to make God known. YWAM is an international movement of Christians from many denominations dedicated to presenting Jesus personally to this generation, to mobilizing as many as possible to help in this task and to the training and equipping of believers for their part in fulfilling the Great Commission. As citizens of God’s kingdom, we are called to love, worship, and obey our Lord, to love and serve His Body, the Church, and to present the whole Gospel for the whole person throughout the whole world.
YWAM Gold Coast partners with Ashmore Uniting Church and uses the Church facilities to run their Discipleship Training Schools.
Ashmore Community Carols
Each year, Ashmore Uniting Church in partnership with YWAM Gold
Coast and Ashmore State School put on the Ashmore Community Carols. In recent years around 1000 people have enjoyed a night of fun entertainment, activities, food and community carol singing. This event is normally the last weekend before school finishes in December – so keep an eye out for the 2019 edition.