South Sudanese Uniting Church

Cnr of Womma & Woodford Rd, Elizabeth North

Kudual! (Welcome!)


The South Sudanese Uniting Church is led by Reverend Amel Manyon, the first South Sudanese person to be trained and ordained as a Minister of the Word in the Uniting Church in Australia. Passionate about Australia, Amel enables South Sudanese Dinka (including those from refugee backgrounds) to find a place of support, hope and worship. Worship is expressed in a mix of Dinka (Bor), with some Juba Arabic (a language of wider communication – LWC - in the South Sudanese region) and English is used to encourage the faith formation of the many second generation South Sudanese – Australians who are born and growing up in Australia.

The past two decades has seen the arrival of South Sudanese refugees, with many moving to more affordable northern suburbs including Elizabeth, Playford and Andrews Farm. Christian faith has been a big part of the journey of survival for many and stories of profound faith continue to inspire respect and draw the admiration of others. This faith community serves the growing South Sudanese Dinka population in the outer northern suburbs from their new premises at St Stephens Uniting Church, (Elizabeth North), with a range of ministry and worship programs and services.

The multicultural identity of the Uniting Church in South Australia and the rest of the nation is being shaped and blessed through the ministry of our South Sudanese brothers and sisters. They are an example of the richness of worship, ministry and cultural diversity that our church is strengthened by, as our identity expands and grows to include all those God has sent to minister amongst us.

Please pray for this growing ministry and see link buttons below if you are interested in giving to support the refurbishment of the St Stephens site and to meet the ongoing ministry and worship needs of the community.

To hear some bible readings in Dinka Bor or to find out more about the languages and peoples of the South Sudan (particularly the Dinka peoples and their dialects), please explore the links below:

Southeastern Dinka Bible

Good News DINKA: Bor People

The translation of the Bible into Dinka

The Bible in Dinka, Southeastern

Dinka: Bor - World Scriptures

Main Contact:
Kwai Deng Lueth.
Email; kwaimarathee@yahoo.com
Phone Number: 0470215504

Pastor: Andrew Kon Atem Gak
Email: kon201071@live.com.au">kon201071@live.com.au.
Phone Number: 0432023260

Services:  
Congregation Meeting: 200P -400PM on Sundays
Women Ministry prayers: 6:00PM-8:00PM on Tuesdays
Sunday School training: 6:00PM-8:00PM on Fridays.

  

Click here to arrange regular giving 


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