Drop in and enjoy a coffee or tea and a chat in a friendly atmosphere any time between 9am and 2.30pm on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday (not public holidays) in the Sunday School Hall – the old wooden building near the Kinder. You might like to help with our community knitting project or buy a few books from our large range, priced from 50c to $2.
Contact Jan Semmens
Our two local government secondary colleges and some primary schools are very fortunate to have Chaplains providing pastoral care to students, teachers and families. The Sunbury ACCESS Ministries Chaplaincy and Wellbeing Support Group supports the Chaplains with prayer and fundraising. Two of our church members belong to this Support Group which always welcomes new members.
Contact Sunbury Chaplaincy
Aged Care Ministry
Two of our church members conduct regular Worship Services at two Aged Care Facilities in Sunbury (on a roster basis with other Sunbury churches). This valuable ministry allows residents to take part in worship when they are no longer able to attend Sunday Services.
For further information, contact us here
The Leprosy Mission (TLM)
The Sunbury Action Support Group is an ecumenical group dedicated to raising money for those affected by leprosy. Leprosy is curable, but funds are always desperately needed. The group meets at our church on the third Thursday of each month at 1.30pm. New members or visitors are always very welcome.
To join the group, contact us here
Share Appeals support vital Uniting Church services to the local community and to international disaster relief. Share raises funds to resource UnitingCare, which provides instant relief as well as long-term support, ensuring that all people, regardless of race, religion, gender or age, can live a life of dignity and hope.
Our church supports three Share Appeals each year – the Lenten Appeal, the Winter Appeal and the Christmas Bowl Appeal.
For more information or to donate, visit Share
Operation Christmas Child
‘Operation Christmas Child’, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations with gift-filled shoe boxes and the good news of God’s love. Our church contributes to this hands-on project every year between August and October. This is a great family project – a tangible way to teach children that Christmas is about giving, not just receiving. Anyone is welcome to join us by filling a box with gifts of love. Learn more about Samaritan’s Purse Australia.
To contribute a box, contact Errel Gray