The NorthWay Uniting Church was formed through the amalgamation of the Beldon-Iluka Uniting Church and the Carramar Uniting Church. NorthWay UC is one congregation that exercises ministry on two campus’: the Beldon Campus at 9 Pacific Way in Beldon and St. Stephens Carramar Campus at St Stephens School at 50 St. Stephens Crescent in Tapping. NorthWay Uniting Church is located within the cities of Wanneroo and Joondalup and is currently the most northern congregation of the Uniting Church of Australia in Perth, WA.

The NorthWay congregation is welcoming, accepting, listening, supporting, comforting and family like as a community of faith engaged in bible studies and upholding each other in prayer. As a congregation we are strongly missionally focused on services to children, youth and families in the community and working in partnership with agencies, schools and community organisations.

Service Times

Beldon Campus

9 Pacific Way, BELDON – 9:00 am every Sunday

St Stephens Carramar Campus

50 St Stephens Crescent, TAPPING – 10:30 am 2nd and 4th Sundays

Events & Notices

Christmas Eve – 24th December 2020
6:45 pm Family Carols Worship Service @ Beldon Campus
Christmas Day 25th December 2020
9:00 am Family Christmas Worship Service @ Beldon campus
The NorthWay Uniting Church would like to introduce to you all our new minister.

The Rev. Dr. M S Sonny Rajamoney.


NorthWay Uniting Church is now OPEN.

If you have any questions regarding service times and locations, please go to the “Services” page on the website or contact us by phoning or emailing the Church office.

God bless

NorthWay Uniting Church
Church Council

This Sunday we will be having a planning meeting for the Children and Youth Team, with a focus on Sunday School. We would like to invite anyone who is interested in getting involved with Sunday School to join us for a chat and an early dinner. Please let Jessica Shallcross know if you would like to come, to cater for numbers and any dietary requirements. Partners/families are welcome to attend. When: Sunday 24th January 5pmWhere: Shallcross House (contact for address)More information: Jessica Shallcross 0401727116 sundayschool@northwayunitingchurch.org.au ... See MoreSee Less
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Merry Christmas. A very Merry Christmas from the NorthWay Family to your Family. We hope you have all had a lovely day with friends and family, and that everyone has had a bit of Christmas Joy to make the end of 2020 that little bit better.Below is the Christmas Message from Rev. Dr. Sonny for all to read.A Christmas Message One of the fundamental themes of Christmas is JOY. In Luke’s gospel, we read about the angel allaying the fears of the shepherds through the unprecedented proclamation of the good news that will unleash joy for all humanity. (2:10)Joy is of many kinds. Sometimes it breaks into our lives unobtrusively, opening all closed doors and making itself at home in desolate hearts; sometimes it storms into our busy lives potentially rearranging our lifestyle. Sometimes, joy is compounded of many elements: a touch of sadness, a whimper of pain, the casting of the eye into the face that understands and empathizes, the clasp of a hand that holds tightly, a murmur of tenderness where no word is spoken, the distilled moment of remembrance of an incident- joy is, more often than not, compounded by many factors.Christmas is the celebration of the incarnation. It is an empowerment for humanity by a God who empties Himself by taking on a human frame to identify with the joys and struggles of the human race. It is not only God coming to us in flesh, incarnate, but that God descended to us so that we might ascend to Him!The good news of great joy that the angel spoke is about God’s hope, peace, joy and love that comes to a world that continues to struggle with maintaining the same. It is joy because God believes in a future. It is joy because it is God’s blueprint for a viable and sustainable humanity.Watch very intently the expression on children’s faces as they unwrap their presents this Christmas. It is a symbol of the joy of anticipation and discovery, the joy of hope, the joy of potential possession and ownership.Shift happens! God is offering the world the gift of joy in His Son, Jesus. The Christ child is the paradigm of hope for the world- the hope for a new humanity! The hope for a new world order where the Kingdom of God is realised. We live in hope of the total eradication of the pandemic that has devastated the global community.May you have a meaningful and blessed Christmas and a joyous New Year!Blessings,Sonny Rajamoney ... See MoreSee Less
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On Friday, NorthWay UC received an email from the Principal of St Stephens School with the following image attached.Thank you to the St Stephens School family for this lovely message this Christmas. ... See MoreSee Less
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“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”

Proverbs 3:5-6, New International Version (NIV)

“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

John 13:34-35, New International Version (NIV)

“For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”

Matthew 18:20-21, New International Version (NIV)

“The Lord has done it this very day; let us rejoice today and be glad.”

Psalm 118:24, New International Version (NIV)

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

John 3:16, New International Version (NIV)

“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.”

Matthew 6:33, New International Version (NIV)

Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.
It is the greatest gift anyone can give.