Visiting or New?

Are you new to the Sawtell-Bonville area, or even the wider Coffs Coast region?

Just visiting, whether the first time or are you a regular to our beautiful and friendly area?


We welcome all to our services or activities [Once suspension of services due to the COVID-19 virus ends. In the meantime please contact us.]  In fact some of us have either moved in to the district in the last few years, and were visitors before that. We may have an insight into how you might find us.

If you come – Our Sunday services are informal, with come as you are dress code and sit anywhere you like.  Make yourself known on arrival, or quietly take your place. We generally have a goodly number of songs to sing (sing along if you may know them, or hum along let the words flow over you if you don’t, stand if you wish).  There will be a short message based on the bible and the Uniting Church calendar, the reading of bible verses appropriate for the message, and prayers for people and events. An offering is taken to fund the church’s work but do not feel obliged to contribute.

When we have holy communion, or sharing bread and grape juice with each other in remembrance of Christ’s sacrifice in dying for us, we do it gathered standing together.  Do not feel you must participate if it doesn’t feel right for you.  A loaf of bread is passed along the row (take a piece and pass it on), then the cup (dunk the bread in the cup, and then pass the cup on. You may then eat the bread).

Please consider writing your name in our visitors book, and/or do please stay for a cup of tea/coffee, a biscuit or cake, and a chat.

Hearing aid? If you have a setting for it on your aid, you can use our hearing Loop


You are most welcome to participate in one of our regular Groups

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

Giinagay! 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!