Sundays at 9.30 am
St Andrews Uniting Church
54 Ebden Street, Kyneton
Alternating with Friday evening services.
We're a congregation of dedicated, faithful Christian community members from the Kyneton and surrounding area.
54 Ebden Street Kyneton 3444
PO Box 892 Kyneton 3444
What happens on a Code Red or an Extreme Fire Danger day?
During any summer and any potentially severe bushfire season, it is important to be aware of our policy for our meetings and worship. Check the Contact us Page for details.
Chat’n’Chew occurs at 12 noon each last Friday of the month at Kaddy's Cafe, 8 High St, Kyneton, except September (22nd Sept instead). It is not held in December or January.
Community Labyrinth walks - On the third Tuesday evening of each month, walks are conducted at 6pm.
Guidance for those not familiar with walking the Labyrinth is provided. Our Lady of the Rosary (Catholic Church) 53 Ebden St, Kyneton – opposite the Uniting Church in Kyneton. This is precious time for the community and the churches to meet together, and are a great way to pray.
Both these events are on hold during Covid-19.
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Friday evening Fish 'n Chip Church
A service with a difference! We meet for worship around a meal. Each person brings something to eat (not necessarily fish 'n chips) and the service is held during, before or after the meal. We share and encourage each other in this informal setting of celebration and worship. Holy Communion is celebrated in the context of the meal at each service. The service is normally held on the 2nd and 4th Friday evenings* of each month from 6:30 pm and anyone is welcome to attend. See our Preaching Roster on the Events page for details of when the next Fish 'n Chip Church will be held.
* Please note that in some months due to the alternating arrangement with Sunday services, Friday night services are held on the 1st and 3rd Fridays. This happens in December 2019 but resumes to the 2nd and 4th Fridays from January 2020. Please check the Worship Roster on the Events page for details.
Each year our Kyneton community, led by the churches come together to support families who are struggling at Christmas. For many years,the churches have operated the Toy Shop. Our Kyneton congregation joins with the Op Shops from Woodend and Kyneton, as well as people from the other churches of Kyneton in donating and volunteering in this amazing project. The photos below give a hint of the support the churches and community give.All are welcome to participate in this joyous giving event.