Local Committee: Geoffrey Sykes, Andrea O’Brien, Brad Blaker, Elaine Balderston (post.), Louise Chalmers, Tracey Wright
Consulting ministers are available for weddings and other assistance.
The chapel is a centre dedicated to developing creative community practices. In recent years we have worked in areas of arts, media, public meetings, well being, bush walks and the environment. Within this wider public service we continue forms of spiritual inquiry. In theology we represent a progressive perspective, that we believe is in accord with New Testament teachings about the kingdom and social change. The chapel is part of the Uniting Church of Australia, under special administration arrangements with the George’s River Presbytery.
The chapel hosts and invites kindred groups and individual to use its premises, and aims to be a hub for suited activities. In offer such services it allows independence and difference in practices and beliefs.
The chapel has hosted numerous meetings over the past decade on environmental issues and themes. It seeks to continue ecological directions such as suits its name, and at a time where we are all faced with local and global issues of environmental and personal well being.
Inquiries or responses from interested persons welcome. On your journey for spiritual, community and personal values, and for belonging in our contemporary world, you might find something at the chapel.
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Please check meeting times if you are a visitor.
Inquiries about weddings, blessings and baptisms, funerals, and other services or use of the chapel, welcome. We can arrange services of a minister as required.