Arts and Music

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Pictured left- Charles Gallacher & Kerrie Lingham- ministers of the
Queenscliff Point Lonsdale Uniting Church.

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Arts and Music- What’s happening?

Why concerts?

Our concert series helps our congregation achieve a number of important goals.

•developing relationships with and across the community.

•supporting local musicians.

•raising funds for local mission & community groups.

•spiritual nourishment through music.

•providing low-cost, local entertainment that is accessible and varied in style.

•and its FUN!

Queenscliff Music Festival- Sacred Time, Sacred Place

The Uniting Church has been supported QMF by organising  “Sacred Time Sacred Place.” each year.  The festival falls on the last weekend of November, and “The Church” venue provides an intimate and acoustically excellent venue for artists and festival-goers. Some patrons claim it is the best venue at the festival!
The venue volunteers are from the congregation.

Art shows

The Queenscliff Hall has become a popular place for art groups to exhibit.  Some shows are commercial, some amateur, and some have a point behind them, such as the “Pillows of Tears” exhibition by local artists. (See picture above) 

QAL, a local group of artists, exhibits on the last weekend of each month, as well as in January. Their exhibitions include demonstrations of pottery and jewellery, with handcrafted furniture, oil and watercolour paintings and glasswork featured in their displays.

What else?

Yoga group meets Monday at the Queenscliff  hall.

Meditation group meets weekly on a Wednesday afternoon at Kirk’s Place, Point Lonsdale.

Oxfam - Raises funds for overseas development projects, the local group holds their annual Quiz night, usually in June and Dinner featuring a speaker in October.

Cooking classes for men (occasionally) run by Queenscliff Neighbourhood House in the kitchen at the Queenscliff Church.

Reconciliation Week activities organised by the Queenscliff Reconciliation Mob. Includes educational films, speakers, community activities.

Probus meets monthly in the Queenscliff hall on the third Tuesday.

Historical Society meets monthly in the Queenscliff hall, on the fourth Thursday of the month at 10am

Rural Australians for Refugees

The congregation supports the work of the Queenscliff Rural Australians for Refugees through the sale of Kasaundi, joint fundraising activities, exhibitions and hosting of prayer vigils.

Singing For Fun

led by Janelle Jenkins, meets weekly on a Monday.