Many groups meet or are based at Pilgrim. Here are a few. For more information on any group or how to join in the activities please contact our office - contact details are on the front page.
- Australian Church Women Inc.
- We are a small but very active group of Christian women currently drawn from the Anglican, Catholic, Churches of Christ, Presbyterian and Uniting Churches as well as the Salvation Army. We welcome Christian women from all denominations as Associate members. We meet in March, May, July, September and November in the Pilgrim Uniting Church and we are always delighted to welcome visitors at our meetings.
- Cluster Groups
- The congregation is divided into a number of cluster groups that meet regularly in homes.
Meetings may be devotional, informative or just social and usually involve a meal. Contact the
office or one of the ministers if you are interested in joining a cluster group or to find out more.
- Circle of Prayer
- A gentle prayer ministry initiated by Ruth Jones has operated across Pilgrim Church for many years.
This Circle of Prayer gives a structured approached to praying for concerns in Pilgrim Church, the
wider church and across society and for other nations. Confidentiality is respected and people are
consulted if they want their names mentioned. The Circle of Prayer is renewed every two weeks.
- The J Project
- At the core of the life of Jesus was a commitment to justice, peace, and mercy. This means that the roots of Christianity are planted in justice, peace, and mercy. The J Project ('J' for justice, or joy, or jellybeans, or Jesus, or whatever works for you) is a new group that will try to get back to this core of faith, and make it real through action. This is a student group based at Adelaide University. Its administration at Pilgrim has moved to the Synod office.
- Pilgrim Circle of Friends 27 for Refugees
- Circle of Friends 27 is a refugee support group based at this church.
- Pilgrim Pathways
- We are a group of people who share a common interest in exploring new horizons of Christian faith in the contemporary world. We provide support and encouragement to do this in a safe place without fear and within a sense of community.
- Solidarity and Justice Community
- The Solidarity and Justice Community meets in the Pilgrim Church Hall monthly. It is affiliated with the Urban Mission Network of the Uniting Church in South Australia.
- Stow Reading Club
- With deep sadness the Stow reading Club announced its disbandment just short of 103 years.
There was one last meeting on 29th April, 2010. The SRC had been an important extension of
We give thanks to God for the many happy times of fellowship and the contribution of so many people.
- Theology for the City
- Throughout 2011 Pilgrim will be hosting a monthly conversation and study group on the theme, "Theology for the City". All are welcome.
- Third Thursdayers
- THIRD THURSDAYERS are a small group who enjoy fellowship and lunch (BYO) together after
attending the 12.15 pm communion service on the third Thursday of each month. News of UCA
mission projects, social issues and other topics of interest are shared informally until
about 2.00pm. Join us.