The life of Parramatta Mission is closely related to the life and witness of three congregations and a Korean faith community of the Uniting Church in Australia.
The Leigh Memorial, Leigh Fijian congregations and Korean faith community worship at 119 Macquarie Street, Parramatta. The Westmead congregation worships at the corner of Queens and Hawkesbury Roads, Westmead.
Each in their own, distinctive way seeks to worship God and nurture the life of discipleship in Jesus Christ, connect with their communities and through prayerful and practical service, live out Parramatta Mission’s core values of Grace, Inclusion, Dignity, Faith and Hope.
WORSHIP DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC (MARCH 2020)
SUSPENSION OF WORSHIP SERVICES/ GATHERINGS
The Synod (NSW/ACT) of the Uniting Church in Australia issued a landmark recommendation on Wednesday 18 March regarding the cessation of all gatherings, including worship services, due to the spread of COVID-19. The congregations of Parramatta Mission are complying with this recommendation in the interests of public health and safety – and due to our strong investment as a denomination in upholding the “common good.”
You can view or download our services, worship and reflections from our Newsletters and Worship page, or visit the individual congregation pages on the website.