The beginning of a new year provides an opportune time to spend time celebrating with one another.
Communities gather to sing, dance, laugh, love, eat, drink and countdown the final moments of the year, ready to celebrate the beginning of a brand new one. As time passes, our celebrations tend to die down. But why should they stop?
The Uniting Church in South Australia created CommUnity Days as a way to celebrate community throughout the entire year. Churches conduct events for church and community to form new relationships and celebrate existing ones.
You can keep up to date with local events by looking out for CommUnity Day banners in your neighbourhood, or by checking the Uniting Church Uniting People Facebook page.