Our next Kippax Monster Garage Sale is less than a month away!!  So mark Saturday 20 October in your diary!

Come and grab a bargain – from furniture to cakes, toys to kitchen appliances, books to games – we have everything!   and you can top it off with a delicious morning tea.


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UnitingCare Kippax is recruiting…

UCKAre you an experienced leader who is passionate about creating inclusive, resilient and connected community? Do you have strong strategic and management skills? Are you committed to nurturing a positive, caring and professional workplace and good governance? Are you innovative and flexible and skilled in seeking and effectively managing income from a diverse range of sources?

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!

Visit to download a position description.

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Preparing the way: how to plan a good death

As the saying goes ‘nothing in this world is certain apart from taxes and death’ and yet we spend much of our lives pretending that we will never die.

In October and November we will be holding a series of 5 workshops to inform people of all ages about the things that can be put in place in the event of our death. Being prepared can reduce fear and anxiety; help us feel a little more in control; and it easier and less stressful for those we leave behind.

You can access the full program from this link: Preparing the Way


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KIPPAX KONNEX: fun for everyone

Kippax Konnex is just around the corner – Friday 14th Sept – Sunday 16th Sept 2018 at Warrumbui Retreat & Conference Centre.  It’s a fun weekend for all ages.

kippax konnex 2018

There’ll be games, reflective spaces, outdoor activities, food and lots of time for conversations.

Warrumbui is less than an hour’s drive away and is set in beautiful eucalypt and pine forests.  It offers tranquil views and peaceful walking trails as well as good food and facilities.

To book:

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Introduction to Mandalas

AN INTRODUCTION TO MANDALAS. Mandala’ is the Sanskrit word for ‘circle’. Within many traditions, the mandala is a sacred symbol of the spiritual journey. Mandalas can be found all around us in nature and in architecture and art. The creation of mandalas can be used to help bring wholeness and healing to a person’s life. It can also be used as a spiritual tool.

At this workshop, run by Rev Cathie Lambert, you will create a mandala of your own. You may not walk away with a piece to put in a gallery, but hopefully you will have enjoyed some time going deeper within yourself.

When: Friday 31 August from 1pm – 4pmcathie's mandala
Where: Kippax Uniting Community Centre
Cost: only $40 per person.

There are still a few spaces, so to register just send an email to


Cathie’s book A Mandala a Month will also be available for purchase for $33.

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