Since 1982 teams of volunteers have been meeting in our church’s commercial-style kitchen to produce delicious high quality puddings for Christmas.

700 puddings were produced in 2022, with the funds raised from their sale helping to support our Loaves and Fishes mobile food van and Frontier Services.  Pudding making begins around the middle of each year and continues through until late September, early October. The puddings, using all fresh ingredients, are wrapped in cloths, boiled and then hung, the traditional way. Then they are kept in a purpose built walk-in fridge until sale.

Pudding orders will be open from September 1, 2023, through the link below.    They will be ready for pick-up in late November.


You can also order by phoning the church office on 4625 0783

As well as hugely enjoyable for your own family Christmas and Boxing Day meals, they also make great gifts!

Pudding sizes and prices are:

1.5 kg ‘cannon ball’. This is the ‘large family size’, giving up to 15 serves. Also great for ‘seconds please’ or Boxing Day.

1.0 kg ‘bowling ball’ or Log. For slightly smaller families, giving up to 10 serves.

500g ‘cricket ball’. Up to five serves. These are great for singles or couples, or gifts for the teacher or ‘nan’ or ‘pa’.

NEW! 300g ‘cricket ball’. Up to three serves. These are great for small gatherings, or solo self-indulgence.

‘Like to be in the kitchen, want to meet some new people and help make a difference to your community?

Then why not become a pudding volunteer?

Contact the church office for more information. Church Office number 4625 0783.

We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land, the Dharawal people, and pay repect to elders past, present and emerging

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