Jump and Jiggle is an active program for parents and very young children that is unique to the Kalamunda Uniting Church.
It has professional leadership supported by an active group of volunteers.
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The first Saturday of each month is Market Day at Kalamunda Village – and we are open too!
The Kalamunda Uniting Church opens its doors each Market Day from 9.00am to 1.00pm, to serve morning teas, light lunches and sell craft at great prices.
So pop in after the bustle of the market and enjoy a peaceful, yummy and friendly recharge for the next part of your day!
We have fun playing social games such as badminton. Badminton is played on Monday afternoon, 1.00pm and Thursday morning, 9.00am and most Wednesday evenings from 8.00pm.
For more information, contact Peter (08) 9454 2043.
An informal meeting place for people to work on their own creations in a friendly, supportive environment.
We meet at the Church on Thursdays at 12.30pm to set up for a fun filled afternoon that runs from 1.00pm–4.00pm.
Come along and get creative with a project you’ve already started or begin something new.
Try cross-stitching; drawing; embroidery; knitting; memoir writing, painting; pottery; mosaics; reflection; sculpting; scrapbooking and upholstery; the choices are endless.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Join in a fun-filled afternoon of cards and games every Friday, commencing 2.00pm at the Church.
Break out the Mahjong or perhaps you prefer Canasta, Cribbage or board games.
Whatever your game of choice, it is always more fun in company.
We look forward to welcoming you and anyone you would like to bring along.
For more information, call Wilma on 9293 3360.
We are big believers of sustainable living and welcome ideas for activities or suggestions on how we as a church can improve our sustainability.
For instance, the photovoltaic panels installed on the church building are currently meeting a substantial proportion of the power used in the building.
The Kalamunda Girls’ Brigade provides school-aged girls with a safe community where they can make friends, enjoy fun activities (such as crafts, games and camps), and become closer to God.
Our aim is to help girls become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ, and through self-control, reverence and sense of responsibility to find true enrichment of life.
The group meets every Tuesday evening from 6.15pm to 8.00pm during school term.
For further information, contact Carolyn Ebell-Taylor on (08) 9279 3114 or email@example.com or the Girls’ Brigade Headquarters on (08) 9478 1822.