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Merriwa Corps

Welcome

We hope that you find this a place of peace, joy, hope, welcome and belonging. Everything that we do is aimed at bringing Christ’s new life to people; socially, emotionally, physically, intellectually and spiritually.

A Message of Love

I was putting my son to bed one night. He is so creative that he always finds a reason to come out. We tell him it must be super important to have to come out of his room. So this one night, after about an hour, he comes out and says ‘I have something very important to tell you…I love you soooo much!.. I just don’t think you can understand how much I love you!’

Scott and I began our appointment as the officers of The Salvation Army Merriwa in 2009. We believe we were sent with a message of love, a love that is greater than our understanding. We believe that love can be defined like this:

‘Love is patient. Love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast. It is not rude, proud, or self-seeking. It does not keep a record of wrongs. Love trusts, love hopes, love always perseveres. Love never gives up!’

Our mission is to join God in bringing Jesus Christ’s’ new life to people. And our only weapon is active love. Will you consider joining us on this exciting journey?

Worship Times

Worship Times

Day

Sunday 10:00am

Sunday 10:30am



Tuesdays 9:30am




Wednesday 10 - 3


Wednesday 9.30am


Weekdays 9 – 4
Saturday 9 - 1

Friday 7pm



Various Times



When Needed

Name

Sunday Worship

Kids Church



Mainly Music




Emergency Relief


Coffee, Craft & Chat


Thrift Shop
Thrift Shop

Pubs



Life Groups



Emergency Services

Description of Service

Family Worship Service and Sunday School

A safe place where 2 – 12yo’s can have fun, sing, play and learn about their Creator. Parents are welcome to attend with their child.

$5 per family - A fun music group for parents or primary care givers to enjoy together with their children. Aimed at creating happy memories for families with children aged between 0-5yrs.

Provides emergency relief to people who find themselves in extremely difficult circumstances.

$2 per person - Bring your own craft, whatever it is, and have a great chat over tea or coffee.

A community store, supported by the community, raising funds for the community.

Church members visit the local pubs fortnightly to speak with people and collect money for the local mission of the Salvation Army.

Small groups meeting in peoples homes, sharing life with each other, and growing in knowledge of God together.

A group of volunteers from around the Northern Corridor who support our emergency workers