Our Vision is to be a welcoming, seeker-sensitive family of healing, worship and discipleship that encourages our members to live out their faith actively in Sunbury, as well as in their everyday lives.
Our congregation is committed to:
- providing meaningful worship Services, endeavouring to cater for all ages and worship styles
- pastoral care and prayer support
- ministry to children and youth
- service and support to other care-giving organisations, locally and abroad
St. Andrew’s Uniting Church
GROWS . . .
Growing in Christ
Serving and supportive
The Uniting Church in Australia (UCA) came into being on 22nd June 1977 – the combination of the Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregational Churches.
The Uniting Church has a strongly-felt and argued sense of social justice. It has taken stances on issues such as native title for Indigenous people, the environment, apartheid and the status of refugees.
We acknowledge that we live and work on Aboriginal land. In 2010 the UCA became the first church in Australia to constitutionally acknowledge Aboriginal and Islander people as the First Peoples of Australia.
The UCA manages a huge national network of community services, collectively called UnitingCare – the largest non-government provider of community services in Australia. Its many agencies all over Australia provide employment for over 70,000 Australians.
Sunbury Uniting Church, as part of the Presbytery of Port Phillip West, is governed by the Synod of Victoria and Tasmania which seeks to be a living Christian faith community, faithful to God, seeking ways of love, peace and justice for all people.