New to our church?
It doesn’t matter how much you know about God or church, you are very welcome in this church. If you want to know about our minister, click here.
We believe that God is very real, that Jesus Christ brings us to God, and that God wants the very best for our lives.
Our church meets at two worship centres – one in Proserpine and the other in Cannonvale.
Proserpine – St James
Cannonvale – St Martins
St James Uniting Church meets together at the following times:
St Martins is a shared complex, owned by Lutheran and Roman Catholic and used by them, the Anglican and Uniting Churches.
We meet for worship at 7.30am Sunday Mornings.
This is a friendly gathering of 20 (ish) people, always keen to meet new people. We regularly have tourists drop by. The early time slot allows people, especially tourists, to get to church before their Sunday activities begin.
Sunday School meets during church at St James, every Sunday morning outside of school holidays. Bring children to church first, and after a short time they go out to Sunday School together. On the first Sunday of the month, Sunday school returns into church to share in communion.
We have one bible study group which meets on a Monday morning in the St James church building at 9am until 10am (usually “and a bit”). You need no qualifications or knowledge to attend, so just turn up if you want to try it out.
The Ladies Fellowship group meets on the third Wednesday each month (except December and January). They meet at 9.30am in the St James church building, spend about half an hour there, then move on to a range of activities – always including morning tea and a good chat. Again, just turn up and try it out if you want to.
Want to be involved?
Some people want to get involved in their church. If this is you, come and tell the minister or any of the leaders. As in most things, few of us have qualifications for the things we do, we do them because we want to, and because God has equipped us. Your skills are also important.
Just want to check things out?
Don’t want to get too involved too soon? If you want to come along, meet a few people and get a sense of things, you are quite welcome to do that. Our purpose is not to “use” people, but to help people connect with God.