Welcome to NEW Beginnings Uniting Church
Lead Minister, Simon Lee
Thanks for visiting our website! We’d love you to join us at church one Sunday for worship. We have worship services at our Cronulla church (10am) and our Bundeena church (3.30pm).
NEW Beginnings Uniting Church this year has taken the bold step to combine its worship services, and start to create an expression of worship that is uniquely a combination of traditional and contemporary worship that is presented in a relaxed and relevant way for our modern society. At our Cronulla church we offer a children’s program that runs alongside of the main worship. We are also bringing fresh music to our worship services through the song writing talents of our worship team. The message at our services each week, looks at how our lives in this modern world is changed through the relationship with Jesus Christ. We believe that as individuals you can have a personal, life changing relationship with God, and we want to help you foster this relationship.
As a church we believe that there is more to Church than just Sunday worship. I would encourage you to join one of our mid week LIFE Groups, this is where the real spiritual growth happens. NEW Beginnings Uniting Church also runs the “Cronulla Community Cafe” on Wednesday morning. The community cafe caters to those who are doing it tough. Each week we provide free breakfast lunch and snacks to those in need within our community. We also have a limited supply of groceries and free clothing for those in need.
We are a Church that believes that people matter, and that God has not forgotten his people. We are a church for everyone – theres something for everyone at NEW Beginnings Uniting. Please explore our website to find out more about what we offer and who we are. We hope to see you soon!
Leading people to become fully devoted disciples of Jesus Christ
FROM THE BLOG
The Thursday before Easter saw the first combined churches worship night. Six different churches from various denominations joined together to celebrate the great love of Jesus. Often the Thursday night before Easter is called Maundy Thursday by mainline protestant churches (The word “Maundy” comes to us as an Anglo-French word derived from the Latin “mandatum,”
My God Who Can “My God who can” began with the idea of writing a song that would unite us as a community of God. It was when we had decided to combine our “traditional” and “contemporary” services into one combined service. One of the main differences between the two services was the music (hymns