vision-statement-clippedColonel Light Gardens Uniting Church and Community

Welcome to Colonel Light Gardens Uniting Church, I want to personally invite you to come along to one of our worship services or week day programs where you can experience for yourself God‘s great love for you. Whether you like the traditional hymns of our 11am worship, the more contemporary style of our 9:15 worship, we believe that we have something for everyone.
We believe that you will find a place where you can belong, feel at home and experience real community whatever your age.
We believe that God has a plan for your life and it is our aim to help you discover that is for you and that in Jesus you can know your creator intimately. We want to help you develop your relationship with Jesus further so you can grow in faith and love as we serve our God together.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Lawrie Linggood



Learn & grow together with Jesus

‘God says welcome home!’









The Eucalyptus camaldulensis (River Red Gum)
marks a place of shelter and refreshment in a parched Australian land. 

If you are…

Looking for exciting new challenges and horizons

Losing purpose and meaning in your life

Longing for respite from the pressures of living


 If you feel  …  

Uncertain, Unsatisfied, Under-valued, Unwanted

Wherever you are on life’s journey,

we are a welcoming, accepting and open community

ready to share

your journey with you.

P1030122Maybe with a cuppa and a chat, maybe through our various opportunities for friendship…

There’s Worship

There’s Fellowship

There’s Sunday School

There’s Kid’s Club

There’s Play Group

There’s Montessori Preschool Program – *NEW*

There’s Keep Fit

There’s the StreetGeek LAN Club

There’s the opportunity to help serve the community in different ways


We would like to acknowledge this land, that we meet on as a Church, is the traditional lands for Kaurna people and that we respect their spiritual relationship with the country. We also acknowledge the Kaurna people as the custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.