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HeartWell is an exciting new community of faith arising out of a partnership between The Avenue Church of Christ and Hartwell Church of Christ. Flowing out of a rich heritage of faith, HeartWell seeks to be open and accepting, diverse and inclusive, broad-minded and compassionate; a place where diversity is affirmed and people of different faith traditions, ages, gender identities, theologies and politics are welcomed and valued.
HeartWell gathers in person each Sunday at 10 am for an hour of comment, conversation, music, reflective practice, communion and information. All people are welcome.
All Sunday gatherings are live-streamed via YouTube. Click HERE to find our YouTube channel or click on image at right to go straight to the weekly live-stream.
Sunday gatherings are held at 1 The Avenue, Surrey Hills on every Sunday except the third Sunday each month when a Taize-style gathering is held at 248 Highfield Rd, Hartwell.
Click HERE to join our virtual Morning Tea via Zoom from around 11 am each Sunday.
HeartWell Launch Celebration!
A special celebration to mark the official launch of HeartWell - a new faith community formed out of the Hartwell and Surrey Hills Churches of Christ.
New leadership, new plans, new dreams, new excitement!
All welcome on site or online.
Watch this space for links.
All January Gatherings at Highfield Rd site.
Last Sunday at HeartWell (Jan 22)
Click on images to view gatherings on YouTube. Live-streaming at 10 am each Sunday.
Next Sunday at HeartWell (Jan 29)
Other Online Options
HeartWell Community includes a range of regular and occasional online options for learning, reflection and fun. These include:
- CONNECT: 7.30 pm on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each month. Teaching and practice around mindfulness in everyday life. Connect resumes for 2022 on Wednesday 2nd March. Also meeting online via Zoom. Click HERE to join Zoom meeting.
- ONLINE NETWORKS: occasional interest groups meeting online for learning, connection and fun. 2021 series meeting now! Includes Book Club, Photography, Text Talk, Cuppa & Chat, An Hour with Rumi. Email us for more information.
Want to keep in touch with the life and activity of the HeartWell Community? Subscribe to our regular information emails:
Kairos is an occasional thought from the Senior Minister to kick-start your week.
Giving Beyond Ourselves
The Heartwell Community is committed to making a difference in the world. One way we do that is by providing financial, material and pastoral support to a very special project: Arising Life Ministries in Zambia. The charity A Future 4 Kids has been established by the Hartwell Church of Christ to support the wonderful work of ALMs.
You can read more about ALMS, about AF4K, and about how you can share in the support by clicking HERE.
The HeartWell Community strives to ensure that all gatherings in its facilities are conducted under COVIDSafe conditions in accordance with its COVIDSafe Plan. You are most welcome to visit us at either 1 The Avenue Surrey Hills, Victoria 3127 or 248 Highfield Road, Camberwell. In addition to the regular activities of the church, our facilities are used by a range of community groups and you are likely to find something that interests you.
Why not give us a call or send an email to find out more? Contact us on (03) 9830 4666 or email@example.com .
We seek to resource people for life - to nurture the soul, to promote wellbeing and to encourage curiosity. Two of the ways we do that is through our Blog site (thoughtful articles to invite reflection) and our SoulSpace page (resources to nurture the soul). Check out the resources on offer by clicking on the buttons below:
SoulSpace gives access to resources that include spiritual direction, retreats, mindfulness, contemplative gatherings, resources for personal reflective practice and more.
Access SoulSpace resources HERE
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We acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land upon which we gather, thanking them for their care of country and paying our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.