WELCOME

We’re so glad you stopped by! Take a look around and learn a little more about our Presbytery. 

We are made up of 79 Uniting Church congregations located within South Australia.

Our name Wimala (Adnyamathanha adopted word) reflects our values of gathering and celebrating, nurturing and encouraging, fostering discipleship and acts of outreach and social justice.

COMMUNITY

PRESBYTERY MEETINGS

Our next Presbytery Meeting

will be on the

26th November 2022

Venue: Two Wells Uniting Church

MEMBER CONGREGATIONS

MEETING MINUTES

CONNECT

WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU

For general enquiries feel free to email us wimala@sa.uca.org.au.

We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Contact

Church Office

Contact us

E. wimala@sa.uca.org.au

Street Address:
212 Pirie St, Adelaide SA 5000

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Wimala Presbytery

Wimala Presbytery

We Gather for worship, to Connect with God and each other, and to Go as witnesses to God’s glory through Jesus, empowered by the Holy Spirit to foster discipleship and outreach, and work for justice, peace, reconciliation, and the renewal of creation

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2 months ago
Wimala Presbytery

Rev Dr Peter Trudinger is retiring at the end of July, after 13 years at Scots Church Adelaide, it was time to say goodbye. During Peter’s final service he conducted a Thanksgiving for a child he had baptised as a premature baby in hospital several years ago and presided over Holy Communion for the last time with the congregation. The congregation surprised Peter with a song of farewell.

After worship everyone shared in morning tea, and later a catered lunch was served to the congregation and some guests.

Thank you for your ministry at Scots Peter, we look forward to serving with you in the future.
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Rev Dr Peter Trudinger is retiring at the end of July, after 13 years at Scots Church Adelaide, it was time to say goodbye. During Peter’s final service he conducted a Thanksgiving for a child he had baptised as a premature baby in hospital several years ago and presided over Holy Communion for the last time with the congregation. The congregation surprised Peter with a song of farewell.

After worship everyone shared in morning tea, and later a catered lunch was served to the congregation and some guests. 

Thank you for your ministry at Scots Peter, we look forward to serving with you in the future.Image attachment
2 months ago
Wimala Presbytery

Brougham Place Uniting Church and the Uniting Church in Australia SA join together to discuss the Uluru Statement from the Heart and Convenanting.

Leaders from the Aboriginal community, the Uniting Aboriginal Islander Christian Congress and the Uniting Church will join the panel to promote discussion as the Uniting Church in Australia promotes the journey across this land to support the Uluru Statement.

Wednesday, July 27th
7.30 – 9.00 p.m.
Brougham Place Uniting Church
(enter from Stanley Street entrance)
Supper provided afterwards for networking

Bookings essential through covenanting@sa.uca.org.au or (08) 8236 4264
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3 months ago
Wimala Presbytery

Timeline photosThe Uniting Church in South Australia, at its Synod meeting has today voted Rev Peter Morel as the Moderator-Elect. Rev Morel is currently a Chaplain at St Andrew's Hospital and has considerable experience in a variety of different roles across the church. 'The discernment process has been very inspiring and touching and I have found this a profound call. I offer myself to the Ministry of Moderator with passion and commitment,' said Rev Morel. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations on call as Moderator,

Congratulations mate! Far cry from Cousin Bill’s days on EP.

5 months ago
Wimala Presbytery

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