Launceston’s Pilgrim Uniting Church
A progressive and inclusive Christian community
We follow as best we can Jesus’ way of love for all people, in which we affirm the way of GOD. We honour people who follow a different path, and we choose to be a church where all people are safe and welcome.
“Pilgrim” was the name chosen by the church in the early 1980s, at a time when several congregation came together in a dramatically transformed building, the former Paterson St Methodist Church. The language of ‘pilgrimage’ is that of faithful and dynamic discipleship.
10.00 am Sundays: Community Worship.
This gathering mixes traditional and contemporary styles in music and prayer. We seek to be a progressive and inclusive Christian community which honours our heritage of life and faith. We share the bread and wine of Holy Communion on the first Sunday in the month.
1.00 – 1.45 pm Wednesdays: Mid-week Communion Service.
A simple time of reflective worship.