COVID-19 Update

We are so excited to be out of lockdown and slowly resuming our daily acitivites.
Until 1 December 2021 all visitors to the DUC property must be fully vaccinated.
Mandatory requirements: QR Code/Vaccination check in; social distancing;
masks while you are indoors; compassion and respect for one another.
Our buildings are open following the one person per four square metre rule.
Below is a return to worship plan for 2021:
21 November: Reign of Christ (livestream only)
28 November: Advent 1
Face to face Worship resumes for vaccinated members only, in the Church.
Masks, QR code and vaccination check-in required.
Numbers limited to 43 to comply with maximum capacity limits.
9.30am and 7pm. No singing 😞
5 December: Advent 2
Worship continues in the Church with numbers lifted to 86
and open to all members of the community - vaccinated and unvaccinated.
QR Code check in mandatory, masks optional. 9.30am and 7pm.
Singing not optional ... it's a must!
12 December: Advent 3 - Worship as above.
19 December: Advent 4 - Worship as above.
More Christmas Worship details will follow.


Church in a Bag (available online here) will continue to be delivered to congregants and to members of the wider community!  

In these days of COVID-19 love, support, and uplift one another

in the name of love and the One who loves us most.


Loving, Serving, and Sharing in God's Name

Our church is a place where lives are changed through worship, learning, and community, and where people are empowered to change the world and make it a better place, following the example and teachings of Jesus.

Our congregation is a dynamic, down-to-earth group of people seeking spiritual nourishment, meaningful relationships, and ways to use their talents, skills, and knowledge to serve others.

We are a multicultural and multi-generational church in a regional community who endeavour to worship God, follow Jesus and love all.

We hope to meet you at worship, a special event, service project, or around the community!

Acknowledgement of country
For thousands of years indigenous people have walked in this land, on their own country.
Their relationship with the land is at the centre of their lives. We acknowledge the Tabba Gah people of the Wiradjuri Nation and their stewardship of this land throughout the ages.

Safe Church 
Dubbo Uniting Church is a safe place for all people to worship regardless of race, creed, age, cultural background or sexual orientation.


Don’t be afraid.  Love one another.  Love your community. 

God knows you, God loves you, no matter where you are.