The church, built in 1990, is located at Kenthurst Road and Jones Road, Kenthurst, in northwestern Sydney map ...
It serves Kenthurst and Annangrove communities and surrounding districts.
The building is available for use by the community, and is used on a regular basis by groups such as Probus.
At present, the building is used by three separate congregations.
Worship Services and Activities
Uniting Church Services are at 9am each Sunday
•Second Sunday each month includes Communion
•Fourth Sunday each month is a Contemporary service, with less traditional format, including dialogues, ‘playlets’ and modern songs.
Morning tea and conversation happen after each service.
On the fourth Sunday, Tabernacle Cafe provides more time to sit and chat with a cafe-style morning tea.
Kenthurst Community Craft Group meets every Wednesday 9:30am to noon
Crossroads (fellowship for people with disabilities) meets every Thursday at 4.30pm.
Calendar of events
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About the Uniting Church
The Uniting Church was formed in 1977 by the merger of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches.
About Kenthurst District
Kenthurst is a semi-rural outer suburb in North-western Sydney. Many properties are 2-hectare lots, a few of which still have working market gardens that once occupied most of the district.
There is a public school across the road from the church; and several private schools in the area. The small shopping centre, half a kilometre from the church, comprises about 10 shops and several day-care centres. There is a Community Hall and swimming pool. The main large shopping centre is at Castle Hill, about 10km away.