9.30am All age worship service at Trinity Worship Centre (with Kids Unite Sunday every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month during school terms).
Worship is central to our life together as a congregation. It is the primary place where we celebrate God’s goodness and our life together. It is also one of the places where we are challenged by the call of the gospel and listen for God’s guidance in our lives.
Our Sunday morning worship service is open to all people. We aim to cater for all ages. As part of our contemporary approach we often have space for discussion, rely on a band for music and regularly engage people through video, drama, children’s stories and so on. Our service has both contemporary and traditional parts. There is usually something for everyone in each Sunday.
New Lambton Uniting Church has an all age service at 9.30am on Sunday mornings at Trinity (cnr Regent St & Portland Place, New Lambton).
Everyone is welcome to be a part of our worship service, to share in communion, and to be a part of the wider faith community. Children are most welcome in all our worship services and we have regular children’s activities during worship in the school term including a separate Kids Unite Sunday program at 9.30am on the 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month (except during school holidays).
For more information on our Sunday services please contact the church office.
Children & Youth
Kids Club 6pm every second Friday night at Trinity (except during school holidays).
Youth Group 7pm every second Friday night at varying locations (except during school holidays)
Kids Unite Sunday 9.30am on the 1st & 3rd Sunday morning of each month at Trinity (except during school holidays)
Kids Club runs at Trinity from 6–8pm on a Friday night, every fortnight during school term. It’s a friendly environment for children from Year 3 and up to come together and have a night of fun. Each night is focussed around a special theme and includes games, other activities and/or a guest speaker. A light meal is included (children with special dietary requirements can be catered for). Families are asked to make a gold coin donation per child. Check our news and events page or follow us on facebook for the latest Kids Club info.
Kids Club is run by our Children’s and Youth worker and supervised by volunteers who have undertaken a Working With Children Check. New Lambton Uniting Church provides a safe and welcome environment for all children.
New Lambton Uniting Church coordinates a youth group for High School aged children. This program runs from 7–9pm on a Friday night, every fortnight during school term. Activities range from games, nights out, scavenger hunts and and movie nights. This group is hosted by our Children’s and Youth Worker and supervised by adult volunteers.
Kids Unite Sunday meet on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month (except during school holidays) at 9.30am at Trinity, cnr Portland Place & Regent Street, New Lambton. Kids Unite Sunday is open to children from infants to high school age. Children are encouraged to participate in the start of the morning worship service before heading out to Kids Unite Sunday, where they explore their faith and learn more about the love of God. High school aged children undertake bible studies and discussions on everyday issues.
Kids Unite Sunday is led by volunteers who have undertaken a Working With Children Check. New Lambton Uniting Church provides a safe and welcome environment for all children.
For more information on activities for children and youth please contact the church office.
Home groups bible study 10am every thursday during school term (various locations).
Come and Create at C’s 9.30am – 12.30pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month during school terms.
Let’s go out Social Group organise various social events throughout the year.
New Lambton Uniting Church provides a number of opportunities for people to participate in small bible study groups.
Home Groups Bible Study meets at 10am every Thursday during school terms. This group meets in people homes and can change week from week. Both of these groups welcome anyone and everyone seeking to learn and understand God’s Word.
C’s meets on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 9.30am until 12.30pm at Trinity, cnr Regent Street and Portland Place, New Lambton. Ladies bring along their own craft projects to work on whilst enjoying some social time with other like-minded crafty ladies. Do you have an interest in quilt making? Do you have another craft you like to do or are you just up for a chat? Morning tea included. Cost is $5.00 per Friday (this cost can be negotiated due to financial hardship).
Badminton is played every Monday night from 7pm – 8.30pm at Grinsell Street, Kotara. Everyone is welcome, whether you are young or old, whether you are an experienced player or new! Families are also welcome. All equipment is supplied or you can bring your own. The aim of the game is to get some exercise, enjoy a social chat with others between games and to have fun. There are special Mars Bar Nights where if you don’t hit the bars holding up the roof during your game you score a Mars Bar. Are you up to the challenge? The cost of $2.00 per night includes a light supper.
Looking for a group of people to go out to dinner with? What about a night at the theatre? The Let’s Go Out Social Group meets regularly and plans a number of social events throughout the year. Activities have included nights at the theatre, restaurants, walks along the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie foreshores, home dinners and lots more.
For more information on community groups or activities please contact the church office.
Fibre Art Wall Mural
Details from the beautiful fibre art mural that hangs in Trinity Worship Centre appear on this website, and helped inspire it’s design.
Following renovations in Trinity Church an old boarded up window became a challenge for those with creative skills to construct a wall hanging using textiles. A small working group decided on the themes of representing Lake Macquarie, The Hunter and Newcastle.
Church members offered materials and their skills were directed by the fibre artist Yan Pring. Creativity began in 2009 with working sessions where up to a dozen women began piecing small sections of a scene such as New Lambton Village, Nobbys, the Hunter River or the vineyards together. Others worked at home using crocheting or needlework skills to further add dimension. This massive project was then pieced together bit by bit onto a background, overlayed with netting sewn over the top, then the netting cut away. Beautiful Australiana cross-stitch work was added to the boarders. There are some quirky details, look for the green cat!
Colour and life now hang from this space behind the music area, as a worshipful piece of art for others to enjoy.
Location & service times
Corner Portland Place and Regent Street,
New Lambton NSW 2305
9.30am All age worship service every Sunday (with Kids Unite Sunday every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month during school terms).