The life and witness of Parramatta Mission is closely linked to the Parramatta City Uniting Church, which includes four vibrant worship communities: Leigh Memorial, Westmead, Leigh Fijian and Northmead-Centenary.
The Parramatta City Uniting Church worships God and nurtures a life of committed discipleship in Jesus Christ, seeks abiding connections with local communities, and through prayerful and practical service, expresses Parramatta Mission’s core values of ‘Grace, Inclusion, Dignity, Faith and Hope.’
The church’s Leigh Memorial and Leigh Fijian worship communities – and an associated Korean faith community – worship at Leigh Memorial Uniting Church (119 Macquarie Street, Parramatta) – right in the heart of the CBD, Parramatta Square and the city’s busy transport, cultural and community hub. The communities share the Macquarie Street site with the Parramatta Mission’s weekday meals and community care service, ‘Meals Plus’.
The worship community at Westmead gathers at Westmead Uniting Church on the corner of Queen Street and Hawkesbury Road – directly opposite Westmead Hospital and in the heart of the Westmead medical and education precinct. The Westmead worship community shares its site with Parramatta Mission’s ‘175 One Hotels and Apartments’ and the Keramic Café.
The Parramatta City Uniting Church also includes the Northmead and North Parramatta (‘Centenary’) Uniting Churches at Hammers Road, Northmead and Sorrell Street, North Parramatta.
Further enquiries are welcome via the Parramatta Mission office: 9891-2277/ firstname.lastname@example.org – or via the respective worship sites.
You can view or download our services, worship and reflections from our Newsletters and Worship page, or visit associated pages on the website.
NB: The health and safety of our members, visitors and the broader community is at the foremost of our planning and response, and we continue to operate within the recommended COVID-safe/ NSW Dept. of Health guidelines.