Y. – our youth program for high school students
Y. gives young people a space to be on Friday evenings 6:30 pm until 8 pm during the school term. Check the Y. Instagram for program updates .
MESSY CHURCH4th Saturday of each month
February to November
Messy Church is fun for all ages. We begin the afternoon at 4 pm with creative activities drawn from Bible themes. About 5 pm we pack up our creative time and move into the church for a special celebration including stories and songs. After our celebration time we sit down to enjoy a meal together. Families contribute $15 each and singles $5 to the cost of the meal and program resources.
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Our Messy Church is based on Messy Church as it originated in the UK. Find out more about Messy Church – visit
9:30 am Wednesday at Nerang Uniting Church,
5 Nerang River Drive
Nerang Uniting Church is an accredited mainly music centre. It is a program for 0-5 year old children. During the morning children develop gross and fine motor skills, language, pre-reading skills, imagination as well as socialize with others. mainly music is run by volunteers who introduce children to music, creativity and more while giving parents and carers a chance to interact in a loving, sharing family environment. Morning tea is served after the session.We have a wonderful playground where children are supervised while mums and carers can enjoy a home made morning tea and a chat with other mums. To help provide resources and morning tea each family is asked to give a donation.
Come and meet other mums, dads and carers along with their children in a friendly, caring environment.
Program runs almost every Wednesday – check FaceBook for details.
Children and young people who join us for worship each Sunday are invited to enjoy Children’s Church. Children’s Church happens at the same time as our Sunday Service but gives our youngsters the space to explore Bible stories in a child friendly way.