You will be very welcome to come and worship in person in Orange, at either of the two services in the morning –
9.00 am Intergenerational, or
10.30 am Traditional.
Both congregations gather together for a Cuppa and a Chat from 10.00 am to 10.30 am each Sunday in the main hall.
If you would prefer not to attend in person, you can watch the Orange services on YouTube, and see the service live.
You can search for Orange Uniting Church on YouTube or click on this link
What to expect at the 'Intergenerational' Service at 9.00am
Intergenerational means that the service will aim to suit all ages of people who are comfortable with a variety of styles and activities. It is not meant to simply be a children’s service. It is planned to be the service that families and all ages will be encouraged to attend. It will allow for informality, and the use of ‘hands on’ activities.
This service will cater for a mixture of styles to suit the mix of people that are hoped to attend. The music/hymns/songs will allow for the very newest songs to be learnt and enjoyed and will have space for music from across the range of styles and ages.
A variety of instruments will be encouraged to lead worship, and although the organ may feature in the service, it will not be the lead instrument, and will be used as appropriate to the style of music.
All ages will be involved in the planning and leading of the service and it will be quite appropriate for children and young people to remain in the service for the whole time.
What to expect at the 'Traditional' Service at 10.30am
This service will have a more traditional and formal style and structure.
The structure will not vary much from week to week.
The music/hymns/songs will be towards the more traditional end of the spectrum, but there will still be opportunity for newer hymns that fit this style.
The organ will be the predominant musical instrument.
All ages will be welcome, but children will not be specifically catered for during the service.
Our Country Worship Centres and Services are:
Spring Hillat 9:30 am on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month
Marchat 2:00 pm on the 1st and 3rd Sundays each month
Byngat 2:30 pm on the 5th Sunday of the month (about 4 times a year)