St. Andrew’s Uniting Church in Sunbury . . .
is a friendly welcoming congregation and we love to see new faces at our Services, or at any of our groups or activities. Whether you’re looking for a new spiritual home or are visiting family in the area, you are welcome to join us at any time. If ‘getting there’ is a problem, or if you’re nervous about attending for the first time, let us know and we can arrange a lift. When you arrive, there will be someone on duty in the foyer to welcome you.
Our church is conveniently located on the ‘Village Green’ in Sunbury. This is the popular community grassy area featuring a fountain on the corner which is floodlit in colour at night. The church land is bounded by O’Shanassy, Brook and Barkly Streets. The driveway entrance to the car park is in Barkly Street near St. Andrew’s Kindergarten.
Please help us raise money for our ‘St. Andrew’s Sunbury Restoration Project’!
St. Andrew’s Uniting Church in Sunbury has been a spiritual home to many over the years
but the building is nearly 120 years old and needs constant maintenance and repair – at great expense!
The roof needs repairing at a cost of more than $20,000! We need a similar amount to cover the recent repainting of the church exterior.
Whilst we desperately want to keep our beautiful old building in good shape, our money is also needed for ongoing mission projects,
both local and abroad, not to mention the usual expenses– electricity, rates, insurance etc.
So – we need your help!
We’d be grateful for any contribution, no matter how small, to keep our valuable piece of history in Sunbury!
We also ask you to share our campaign with friends and family.
Every dollar helps!
You can donate here Restoration Project or use the QR code. Thank you!!
Join us for worship in the Chapel at 9.30am, every fourth Sunday at 2pm or on the third Sunday at 6pm.
For more information, see About our Services
See here for an archive of all Services to date
We, the people of St. Andrew’s Uniting Church in Sunbury, acknowledge and respect the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, the first inhabitants of the land on which our church stands, from time beyond remembering. We honour them for their custodianship of the land on which we live, work and gather to worship.