We are a community of faith seeking to live out the radical good news of Jesus.
We open up our land, buildings and resources in the heart of town with the hope of creating a ‘meeting place’ for people of diverse backgrounds.
Despite some of the news headlines about our town we believe that everyone has a gift and that we are placed in the heart of Alice Springs to be:
In the name of Christ.
We meet on Sundays @ 9.30am.
Join us every Sunday for our weekly intergenerational 9:30am service.
There is a program for kids and our community and visitors gather together for morning tea afterwards.
Rev. Emily Hayes
The Alice Springs Uniting Church worships on the lands of the Arrernte people, the lands they call Mparntwe. Through this land God has nurtured and sustained them for some 50,000 years.
We are located in the heart of town in the John Flynn Memorial Church building. Grateful to those who went before us, we seek the Kingdom of God in this time and place.
We are a proudly intergenerational, multicultural and affirming church. We have Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples and languages sharing in ministry together. We are a safe church for all no matter their age, race, gender sexuality or where they are in life or faith.
We value the deep stillness of the land in which we live. We allow the creation and the community of which we are a part to shape our discipleship.
Justice, sustainability, reconciliation, and equality are key expressions of the holistic faith we seek to nurture in each other, and in the wider community which we serve.