The Uniting Church in WA upholds, as a central purpose, a culture of lifelong learning in which formation for discipleship and leadership become prized, appreciated and accessible.
- Our Uniting Church schools offer all rounded education for students aged Kindy to year 12. Students engage in academics, sports and the arts as well as service learning in a Christian environment.
- Trinity Residential College, located at the University of Western Australia (UWA), provides accommodation for 380 students of UWA. Rev Dr Ian Robinson, Uniting Church minister, serves as chaplain to the college.
- The Perth Theological Hall exists to provide theological education within the Uniting Church in WA. This includes formation for specified ministries, continuing education and theological education for all God’s people to equip them for ministry. The Perth Theological Hall is a participating institution of the Perth College of Divinity and through the College shares in the partnership with Murdoch University in providing for study and research in Theology at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- The Commission for Education, Discipleship and Leadership (CEDAL) seeks to build an informed and integrated learning community directed to the mission of God. CEDAL does this by encouraging members of the church to consider their call to a specified ministry.