Please look at our Devotional (SOAP), On-Line Resources and Weekly Prayer & Reflections menu links over coming days for how we can connect or worship in other ways! Keep checking This Month and Wider News, for regular updates!

COVID-19: Church Council decided that physical church services and congregation group activities were suspended from Monday 23 March, 2020. See the decision here: LETTER [9am, Sunday 22/3/2020]

Note: As we pass [after Friday 15 May] through the official NSW stages of opening up, over coming months, we will advise of any activities that can resume or new ones commencing (with social distancing and hygiene):

Strollers will recommence on Tuesday 19 May at 4pm.

Our Church

Our Sawtell Church is a small active Congregation which is drawn from the villages of Sawtell, Toormina, and Boambee East, as well as the three Boambee valleys and Bonville; all to the south of Coffs Harbour.

The congregation meets together, and centres activities, in our multi-purpose building at 24-26 Elizabeth Street, Sawtell. We share the Rev Myung Hwa Park as Minister, with Coffs Harbour Uniting Church.

Services and Activities - Everyone is welcome to join us for worship and fellowship, whether a local resident, new to the area, on a holiday or a business visitor!

  • Worship Services, 9.00am weekly. Special Services at Easter and Christmas.
  • Communion, within our morning service - Fourth Sunday of the month
  • Family Service, 4.00pm monthly (first Sunday of month)

Are you just checking on what is on?    Go to This Month or look for the major latest on our two notice boards in Elizabeth Street.  

  • Annual Carols by Candlelight in conjunction with the Sawtell Golf Club.
  • Anzac Dawn service coffee and Anzac biscuits in conjunction with the RSL sub branch
  • A range of popular groups, meetings and activities with the community - see This Month, Groups, and occasional special menu items above.

Sawtell is part of the Mid North Coast Presbytery - its website provides resources and further information about the Uniting Church in Australia.

 Giinagay! Hello and welcome! We acknowledge, and pay respect to, the traditional owners and ongoing custodians of the land on which we live, organise and meet – the Gumbaynggir nation!