Windsor Uniting Church was first established in 1812 as a congregation of the Wesleyan Church in the then newly established communities of the Hawkesbury, approximately fifty (50) kilometres north west of Sydney. In due course the congregation became part of the Methodist Church of Australia.
Our first chapel was opened in 1819, the second, larger chapel in 1838, with the third church on the site being opened and dedicated in 1876, following the devastating Windsor township fire just before Christmas 1874, which destroyed both the church and the minister's residence next door.
Windsor Uniting Church, now a congregation of the Uniting Church in Australia (a union of Presbyterians, Methodists and Congregationalists which took place on 22 June 1977) is a warm and welcoming community of faith, proclaiming and enacting the Good News of Jesus in both our worshipping life and in the community at large.
We invite you come along and join us. We'd love to welcome you!
Online worship & fellowship resources are available at the new Hawkesbury UCA Mission Zone webpage here