Each congregation is unique in its own way allowing for diversity within the congregations.
The Southern Pastorate is comprised of two congregations:
There are combined services at various locations on the fifth Sunday of the month.
Thursday 24 December
7.00pm Elizabeth St
Friday 25 December
9.00am Elizabeth St
9.30am Gambier East
9.30am Port MacDonnell
Get in touch with us…
Mount Gambier Uniting Church
26 Elizabeth Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290
Office open Mon-Thurs (9.30-12)
Ph: 8725 1062
Pastor David Sigley
Southern Pastorate Congregations
Ph: (08) 8725 3470
Cnr Thomson Street & Orr Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290
19 Bookey Street, Port MacDonnell SA 5291
MOUNT GAMBIER UNITING CHURCH ELIZABETH STREET
Our Family Service is held on Sunday at 10.00am in the main Church building. Morning tea is provided in the Church following the Service and all are encouraged to stay and join in and fellowship over a cuppa.
The Mount Gambier Uniting Church has been heritage listed, preserving its rich architectural beauty. It is a church steeped in history, back to the early settlement of the town.
Situated on the top of a hill, the church can be found just off the main street and, with its tall spire, can be seen from many different locations within Mount Gambier.
At the back of the main church building the old manse can be found. This too is a heritage listed building that has had been converted into the “Manse Hub” where the church offices can be found.
GAMBIER EAST UNITING CHURCH
Southern Pastorate Congregations mission is to create an environment that is welcoming, open and accepting, which allows for diversity within our churches and to encourage other to join our journey of faith as we follow God’s teaching through regular worship, children’s ministry, bible study and responding to the needs of others in the community and beyond.
Our Sunday service is 9.30am and is a Family service led by a different team each week.
The Gambier East Church was opened on 28 September 1958 as a result of the opening of Mount Gambier No. 1 State Sawmill increasing the number of young families that were being housed in the area.