Welcome to Marsden Road Uniting Church Website

Worship with us - Sunday Services at 9:30am every week.

Our Mission - Celebrating Christ alive in the community

Our address is 203 Marsden Rd, Carlingford (near Mobbs Lane). On site parking is available.

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MRUCC082016/

For more information regarding worship and other Church activities, please contact,

Warwick Roden on 0417 495 974 or Ruth Henderson on 0408 342 309.


  • June   4 Gen. 1:1-2:4a & Ps. 8. 2Corin. 13:11-13. Matt.28:16-20.
  • June 11 Gen. 12:1-9 & Ps. 33:1-12. Hosea 5:15-6:6 & Ps. 50:7-15.Romans 4:13-25. Matthew 9:9-13,18-26.
  • June 18 Gen.18:1-15, (21:1-7) & Ps. 116:1-2,12-19. Ex. 19:2-8a & Ps.100. Romans 5:1-8.  Matthew 9:35-10:8 (9-23).
  • June 25 Gen. 21:8-21 & Ps. 86:1-10,16-17. Jeremiah 20:7-13 & Psalm 69:7-10(11-15),16-18. Romans 6:1b-11. Matthew 10:24-39.


Wonderful are you, God the Creator, your love provides a host of gifts.
Glory be to you, generous Father. 
Wonderful are you, Jesus our Saviour, your abundant grace redeems us.
Glory be to you, generous Brother. 
Wonderful is the Holy Spirit, your breath sustains our every moment.
Glory be to you, generous Sister. 
To You, One God of all, most loving and most lovable, 
be all honour, power and majesty,
throughout all the worlds that are and in all the worlds to come.
Amen!   (Bruce Prewer)


  • June   4 9.30 am Alan Lowe will be leading our service.
  • June 11 9.30 am Rowena Burwood will be leading our service.
  • June 18 9.30 am Dermot Armstrong will be leading our service.
  • June 25 9.30 am David van Akker will be leading our service.


At the Service on the 11th June there will be a Dedication of the plaques to commemorate the lives of Pat and Lawrence Dunk. Andrew and Roger Dunk will be playing the organ and piano for this Service.
There will be a Special Morning Tea in the hall following the Service.

We are having four Bible studies starting Wednesday July 5th and ending Wednesday July 26th. The morning studies will be in the Parkview Room at Alan Walker Village from 10.00 am to 11.30 am and the evening studies will be at 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm via zoom (a link will be provided).
The Studies are on living the Christian life and are written by Rev. Ian Price.

There will be an Elder's meeting on Tuesday 20th June at 7.30 pm at the home of Kaye and Terry Baker. Please bring a copy of your roll and the list of names of people to whom you are an Elder. If anyone has an issue they would like discussed, please let Elaine know prior to the meeting.

There is a Property Committee Meeting on Monday 19th June in the Gillard Room at 7.30 pm.

Does your family have a “special” story, something /someone you are proud or ashamed of, maybe your grandfather was a bigamist or won the war single handed. This is the time to share that story. The meeting will begin at 11.00 am with a shared lunch on Thursday 8th June at Kaye and Terry Baker’s.

Thursday 22nd June at 11.00 am will be our next Long Lunch to be held at Jan and Warwick's. We will be having a FONDU LUNCH. Meat cooked in oil; fresh bread in cheese sauce; strawberries in melted chocolate? Who knows WHAT WE WILL CONCOCT, COME AND FIND OUT. ALL WELCOME.

Remember that the first Sunday of the month is the time we bring in items of groceries for people who are doing it tough and who are being helped by Community Aid.

On July 2nd we will be making our next special effort to support Otis O’Riley and his family financially. 
From Laite: Otis was supposed to start his chemo treatment last Wednesday for this block but we all got Covid. Fortunately Otis had it the mildest so there was no hospital visit but his treatment was postponed which puts us behind schedule. Today is a big day as he’ll receive three different chemotherapy medications. It will be similar to the beginning of his journey where he’ll be quite sick and lose a lot of his strength in his legs. This block will also hit his blood counts really hard so they have told us to expect many delays and many hospital stays. Mo and I are very anxious and Otis is already feeling a bit down as we know what to expect and it is going to be tough. But we hope after a few more months we will start to see some light at the end of the tunnel. This block is the last of the “intense” treatment which means hopefully his central line will be removed and he’ll start taking his chemo in a tablet form.

Please come and join us on 21st July at our Pop Up Picnic at 11.30 am in the park in Mobbs Lane. Bring your lunch and a little to share plus good conversation.

All ladies and gentlemen are invited to lunch hosted by West Epping Uniting Church Ladies Fellowship on Friday 9 June at 12.15 pm- cost is $25 pp.
A delicious 2 course lunch, great company and an interesting and entertaining speaker.
Please RSVP to Barbara Newton - 0419 244 254 or Lyn MacGregor - 0400 701 876 by Sunday 4 June.We look forward to welcoming you.

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