THE UNITING CHURCH
is situated on the south side of the Brinkworth Primary School at the northern end of the main street.
Anyone is welcome to attend weekly services, usually held at 10.00 am. Services normally begin with the singing of choruses and are informal and friendly. A Lay Ministry team has been elected to provide worship on Sundays and to oversee any other church activities. Visiting speakers conduct services occasionally.
Family Services are held with the Lutheran congregation on the 4th Sundays of the month at the Lutheran Church. Also other special occasions are celebrated with that congregation such as the Blessing of the Seed and Soil, Christmas and Good Friday Services.
For more information contact Heather Hancock on 8846 2085 or Raelene Green on 8846 2083.
The Lutheran Church, Manse and Hall are located at the Northern end of Main Street. Services in a variety of styles and with a mixture of hymns and songs are conducted each Sunday. Service times are displayed outside the church, listed in the Community Calendar in the Black and White Rag, displayed on the Community Notice Board and distributed to the parish.
Weekly service times vary. Please contact a local for the latest information.
The 4th Sunday service is a joint 'Family Service' with the Brinkworth Uniting Church. It is held in the Lutheran Church, and is usually followed by a sausage sizzle. The Christmas Eve Service – where children are especially involved – is alternated each year with the Uniting Church. This is also the situation for the World Day of Prayer Service in March each year, for the Good Friday Service and for the Blessing of the Seed and Soil Service outdoors.
The Ladies Fellowship meets monthly. A program, which also involves the ladies of Snowtown Lutheran Church, is drawn up each year.
For further details please contact:
Phone: (08)8846 2158
Office Address: PO Box 13 BRINKWORTH SA 5464
are conducted at St Barnabas in Clare.
The Catholic Churches in the region are part of the Sevenhill parish.
Catholic worship is conducted at St Aloysius Church, College Road, Sevenhill and St Michael's Church, Victoria Road, Clare.
Every week the Northern Argus, the local paper, publishes as part of its "Diary" every church service available within the week.
Above: St John's Lutheran Church