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South Sydney Uniting Church is ecumenical (e.g. supporting the National and World Council of Churches) and inclusive,
affirming the gifts of people of all ages, cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations and identities. We seek peace with justice,
and the integrity of creation. We celebrate a service of Word and Sacrament (Eucharist) each Sunday at 10am.

"We acknowledge the traditional owners of this land: the Gadigal people of the Eora nation."

56a Raglan Street
Waterloo NSW 2017

Phone/Fax: 02 9319 1373


Rev. Andrew Collis
Mobile: 0438 719 470

All Welcome
The church, hall and garden are accessible by way of paths and ramps. The toilets, sinks and shower, located in the hall, are wheelchair accessible. Please ask if further assistance is required.

The Orchard Gallery (artist run space) invites applications for exhibitions

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of our ministries are gratefully received
UCA South Sydney
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Acc: 100048727

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On Sundays, the church, hall and garden are used exclusively for the worship and ministry activities of South Sydney Uniting Church. From Monday to Saturday we offer our church and hall for the use of others. Read More

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Ordinary Sunday 30, Year B

Reformation Sunday

South Sydney Uniting Church
October 24, 2021

Mark 10: 46-52

‘Reformation, transformation’

Melinda Kearns

Today we celebrate Reformation Sunday, a day where Protestant churches across the world celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther, who offered a chance for the Catholic Church to reform itself in 1517. Obviously, they didn’t see his protest in quite the same way that he did, as the challenges he proposed to the institution were too great and Protestantism was born.

There have been millions of words written about the dangerous life of Martin Luther and how his actions changed the history of the world as we know it. He was a radical, controversial, and uncompromising figure who challenged the power and status of the church of his day in unthinkable ways. He also believed things that we find untenable today and are clear abuses of his status and power.

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