Seaford Ecumenical Mission

Organisation Address
cnr Main St and Grand Blvd Seaford, SA 5169
Organisation Phone
08 8392 4522 General enquiries
08 8392 4524 Manager
Organisation Email
PO Box 97 Seaford, SA 5169
Access:
Wheelchair access, Disability toilets, Disability parking
Venue hire

Worship area seats 200, baptistery seats 80, cafe seats 50 and meeting room seats 15. 20 tables available, staffed kitchen (cafe), cutlery/crockery 80+ people, tea/coffee making facilities, heating and cooling, catering available from cafe, piano, PA system, organ, lectern, TV/DVD/Video, overhead projector, screen, data projector, whiteboard and internet access (if required)

Available for hire for conferences or meeting during day/evening. No party hire
 

 

SEM is a joint venture of the Anglican, Catholic, Church of Christ, Lutheran and Uniting Church congregations in Seaford. They support each other and share where conscience and tradition allows, to develop a ministry that arises from and is focused on the daily lives of ordinary people. They hold separate and in some cases joint services under the one roof. For details of individual churches that meet at SEM see entries for:
Southern Vales Parish - Anglican Churches, St Luke's & Seaford Catholic Church, Seaford Church of Christ, Seaford Uniting Church, Seaford Lutheran Church and St Nicholas Anglican Church

Information
Services
  • Ecumenical Services - Christian meditation Sat 9am
  • Community services include:
  • Food assistance (vouchers) - Tues and Thurs 10.10am - 12 noon by appointment from 9am
  • Town Square Cafe - coffee, light meals and sandwiches, Mon - Fri 9.30am- 3pm, groups welcome, contact Susan Curtis 8392 4508
  • Op Shop Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 9am - 4pm, next door to SEM
  • Tuesday Community Dinners, alternate Tues 5.15pm during school terms - Adults $4 donation, children $1 donation
  • Craft group Mon 9.30am - women and men welcome, BYO craft
  • Seahawks for 7 to 13 years Fri 7 - 9pm during school term, Darryl 0417 506 390
  • Coffee and Chat Wed 9.45am, free
  • Mainly Music for pre-schoolers Wed 10.15am
  • Music for Pleasure alternate Thurs 10.30am
  • Craft stall alternate Thurs 10.30am
  • Community Garden, includes the Wirra, a reconstructed bushland and Quiet Garden with tribute to reconciliation
Last updated: 27/10/2015
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