Keiraview Uniting Church is a welcoming congregation. We value friendship and fellowship. We are united in diversity. Our people are prepared to listen and think. Our church has a clear vision and mission plan to cultivate, grow and develop disciples for Jesus Christ within the current church community and the local community in which we all live.
Together we follow Jesus’ example and teaching, accepting Him as the Son of God, valuing all of God’s creation and ‘sharing life’s journey with faith, hope and love in Jesus Christ’. We are bible-based and have an adherence to the Apostles’ & Nicene Creeds.
Keiraview Uniting Church is registered as a COVID Safe Business. Our Safe Church Team has reviewed our COVID Safe Plan recently. We continue to make sure that we have good processes in place to ensure people are kept as safe as possible while joining together as a church family again. Please see below for our conditions of entry.
The Induction Service for our new minister, David Stuart, will be held at 2:00pm on Sunday 17 January. Note, there will be no morning or evening service on 17 January. Our numbers for the service are capped at 100. Unfortunately, if you have not already booked a seat you will not be able to attend. You will be able to watch the service Live Streamed on YouTube.
Regular Services at Keiraview are at 9:30 am and 6:30 pm.
For those who do not feel comfortable to join in worship together onsite our morning services are “live streamed” each week. Our evening services like to mix it up so sometimes they will be live streamed, sometimes they are Zoom services and sometimes they are “self- directed”. You can find our live streamed services on YouTube HERE
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I encourage you to subscribe to our YouTube Channel as this raises our church profile and provides additional functionality if we get over 100 subscribers. Subscribed does not mean you will get emails from YouTube! But it will make all our services easier for you to find.
Changes to COVID Restrictions
On 2 January the NSW Government changed the guidelines for Places of Worship. There is now a 100 person cap in Places of Worship. People still need to maintain 1.5mts from people not in their household group where practical. Due to this requirement the seats in our church are well spaced and the hall is used for any overflow.
The NSW Guidelines now make it mandatory to wear a face mask in Places of Worship for those over 12 years of age.
To read more about the most recent changes please see the following NSW Government webpage
Current Conditions of Entry – Due to COVID-19
The Keiraview Church is open for worship under the rules of the Public Health Order. By entering our building, you agree to the following conditions:
Not to enter if you are unwell or exhibiting COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms or if you have recently visited a COVID hotspot.
To provide your name, contact details and time of arrival – preferably using our QR code. Someone will be there to help you do this.
To practice good hygiene.
To practice physical distancing (ie 1.5 mts between individuals not from the same household).
To not create bottlenecks in the foyer.
Wearing a face mask is mandatory for people over 12 years of age during our worship services..
If you are uncertain about any of these requirements please talk with our Welcomers or email our Safe Church Team – Gavin Whitten, Vi Richardson and Pauline Doyle at: firstname.lastname@example.org