Many members of the Uniting Church community regularly live out their faith in a variety of ways. Here you can find information about the different ways you can get involved in putting your faith into action.
UnitingWorld is the international aid agency of the Uniting Church in Australia. Through UnitingWorld, the church has a number of partnerships with international churches who provide community development in their local areas. For more information visit http://www.unitingworld.org.au/partners/.
Lent Event: Through UnitingWorld, our international aid agency, Lent Event provides an opportunity to reflect on the personal journey through Lent while also raising funds for UnitingWorld projects throughout Asia and the Pacific.
UnitingCare is one of the largest non-government community service providers in Australia. They also provide social advocacy at a national level, though in areas concerning community development. UnitingCare West is our state branch of UnitingCare.
Uniting for Change is an online community encouraging people to get involved in social advocacy.
The Congregational Community Services Commission provides support to congregations with, or wanting to start up, a community service filling a need in their local community.
Frontier Services is an agency of the Uniting Church in Australia that provides pastoral care and hands on support to people living in rural areas of Australia. They do this through a number of programs and with the help of outback patrol ministers. To contact Frontier Services in WA call 9355 9175 or visit http://www.frontierservices.org/services/services-in-wa.
Good Samaritan Industries (GSI), a UnitingCare agency, provides meaningful paid employment and training opportunities to people living with a disability through its Good Sammy stores and Options Employment.