The Riverina Presbytery stretches from as far north as Lake Cargelligo and Hillston to the Murray River including Deniliquin, Howlong & Tocumwal. Divided by the Murrumbidgee River the Presbytery stretches as far east as Gundagai, Boorowa, Harden and Tumut and as far west as Hay.
The Presbytery hosts approximately 28 Congregations within exist approximately 50 worshipping communities. We have 1 Employed regional staff in the form of a Presbytery Education & Discipleship Worker (Darren Wright). We also currently have 4 Ministers of the Word based within congregations while the rest of the Presbytery is lead and ministered to by many lay ministry agents.
Australia Day 2016
2016 Survival Day Message from President Rev. Stuart McMillan
Uniting Church President Stuart McMillan has called for a national conversation on sovereignty for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in his Survival Day message.
Mr McMillan said 26 January is a time for Australians to reflect on the extraordinary courage and contributions of Aboriginal people.
“On this day, I encourage you to celebrate the resilience of our First Peoples, the Indigenous people of this land, who have survived the waves of colonisation which have swept over them,” Mr McMillan said. Read more
New Working With Children Check Information
New information on the Working With Children Checks and requirements within the Riverina Presbytery: Working with Children Checks