WELCOME

Welcome to Semaphore Uniting Church.

We would love you to join us for worship. We meet weekly on Sundays at 10am, with communion held during the service on the third Sunday of every month. During the week, we offer many other activities and groups for the wider community to engage with.

We are a diverse church located in a very special community where people commonly greet each other when walking down the street. At Semaphore Uniting Church, we try to live out the love of God every day within our wonderful community.

Everyone is welcome to share in our church community – regardless of age, race, nationality, religious affiliation, gender identity, sexual orientation, social background or economic status. We work at being a safe space for people to explore who they are, what their gifts are, and how they are called to share these gifts. All of us are in search of a deeper knowledge, understanding and awareness of ourselves and others, and how we can be a part of something greater.

ACTIVITIES

CHILDREN

We welcome people of all ages. Our services are child-friendly.

LUNCH WITH US

Every Thursday, 11.30am – 1pm

Semaphore Uniting Church runs a community lunch

where we offer fellowship and homemade treats.

Gold coin donation.

OP SHOP

Open Tuesday to Saturday

10am – 3pm

Wide range of bargain goods on offer

Many items 50 cents, $1 and $2.

 

GALLERY

CONNECT

For general enquiries, please call our office on 0476 998 164

Office hours are Thursday and Friday, 9am – 5pm.

You can also email our minister, Rev. Frances Bartlett: minister@semaphore.ucasa.org.au

NB: Our minister is part-time and the office is only staffed part-time

so please bear with us if we take a few days to get back to you.

WE WOULD LOVE TO CONNECT WITH YOU

CONTACT US

CHURCH OFFICE

Contact us

Office number: 0476 998 164

Office hours are Thursday and Friday, 9am – 5pm.

Email the minister, Rev. Frances Bartlett, at: minister@semaphore.ucasa.org.au

Our Location: 146 Semaphore Road, Exeter

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The past couple of days the international mission members have met with a number of Presbyterian Church of the Republic of Korea (PROK) congregations and visited historic Korean sites. Memory Parks are the term Koreans use for cemeteries and none was more moving than the monument to the fallen of the Gwangju uprising of 1980. Many people lost their lives in a fight for democracy. The now National Cemetery at Gwangju is an incredibly sad but moving tribute to the fallen and we acknowledged our visit with prayers for those that had lost their lives and for the families that still live with the loss of their loved ones. As the trip comes to a close sincere thanks were extended to the PROK for their generosity, kindness and their on-going support of the Memorandum of Understanding. We look forward to welcoming a delegation from PROK to visit South Australia in June 2023. ... See MoreSee Less

The 2023 Uniting Church Calendar is now available for order - but hurry, as early bird pricing ends on the 14th of November. The 2023 Calendar features Uniting Church schools and colleges and is both colourful and vibrant; and we extend our sincere thanks to all of the schools for their willingness to be a part of our annual publication. If you would like to order the 2023 Calendar, please visit this link: ucasa.org.au/calendars/ ... See MoreSee Less

The 2023 Uniting Church Calendar is now available for order - but hurry, as early bird pricing ends on the 14th of November. The 2023 Calendar features Uniting Church schools and colleges and is both colourful and vibrant; and we extend our sincere thanks to all of the schools for their willingness to be a part of our annual publication. If you would like to order the 2023 Calendar, please visit this link: https://ucasa.org.au/calendars/

We give thanks to the Presbyterian Church of the Republic of Korea (PROK) for their hospitality and generosity extended to the Uniting Church in SA international mission group. The past few days we have participated in worship, as Koreans celebrated thanksgiving Sunday, with offerings for a successful harvest; we have had meaningful conversations with the PROK Women's Fellowship and look forward to new and exciting developments; and we have experienced the beauty of Autumn in Iksan. ... See MoreSee Less

Iksan Province is renowned for its jewellery. Recently in October they held a jewellery festival. As part of the festival they also created a flower show. The international mission group were invited to explore the flower show at night, which also included an amazing light display. ... See MoreSee Less

On November 4th the international mission group of the Uniting Church in SA were invited to attend the Presbytery meeting of the Presbyterian Church of the Republic of Korea. Rev Sue Ellis provided an official greeting on behalf of the Moderator Bronte Wilson. She also spoke of the challenges facing the church at this time and how the church remains a voice for youth disengagement, climate change, gender equality, and stands against violence in all its forms, and advocates for a voice for First Nations peoples. It was noted that similar challenges also face the Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea. Official gifts were exchanged, and the Uniting Church in SA presented PROK with a framed picture of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and a framed Korean translation of the Statement. ... See MoreSee Less

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