Street & postal address:
146 Semaphore Road, Exeter, SA, 5019
*** Rev Frances Bartlett will be on leave during May. Please see below for who to contact in her absence. ***
- You first port of call is Judy. Please contact her on the office phone number: 0476 998 164.
- For pastoral matters, please contact Viv, Judy, Gerda, Maxine or members of Church Council.
- Pastor Brian Dunstan will have pastoral oversight during this time and he will be with us on the 1st, 3rd and 4th Sunday in May.
- Please look after one another and I hope to see you all well and happy at the end of May.
- Ann Tyne will also be helping with pastoral care at the Thursday Community Lunch starting back on May 4th.
To the contact our minister, make church or hall booking enquiries or enquire about a wedding or commitment ceremony, please contact Rev. Frances Bartlett:
Office number: 0476 998 164 (office open Thursdays and Fridays, 9am – 5pm)
Or Email: email@example.com
NB: Rev. Frances works part-time so you may not hear back immediately. She will endeavour to respond to you as soon as she is able.
If you would like to support the work of Semaphore Uniting Church, you can donate via e-give by filling in this form here or via bank transfer:
Semaphore Uniting Church
BSB: 105 018
Account number: 082 849 140
Your money will go towards supporting the running of the church and its programs, e.g.
* prison ministry
* community lunches
* emergency backpacks for people in need
* groceries and children’s toys for UnitingCare.
To support the Uniting Church in SA Relief Fund for bushfire relief, mental health chaplaincy and prison chaplaincy, click here.
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