We believe in providing a welcoming and safe environment for the care, protection and safety of all people within our congregation, outreach programs and/or events over which we have oversight.
The Wheel shows Programs of the Church.
‘In the Heart of the Community and the Community at Heart’
To find out more about our programs see Community Connections
The Church Council normally meets quarterly on the third Wednesday of the months of February, May, August and November at 7.30pm.
Meetings are open but notice of intention to attend is appreciated.
The Offerings to the All Saints Floreat Uniting Church may be contributed through the Church Envelopes or by Direct Debit which provides a confidential, streamlined service, to assist you to give regularly to our Church.
Carol McGhee (Brearley) has taken over from Bob Sumner as Stewardship Recorder. If you would like more information on making your giving through either the Direct Debit or through the Offering Plate by Church Offering Envelopes then please contact her on 0419 904 137 or see her after the Morning Service.
A caring community is a happy community, especially when everyone shares in the responsibility of loving their neighbours. Caring is a team effort. Our Care Group aims to work with our Minister in caring for the people of our congregation and meets once a month to discuss any pastoral concerns and to find effective ways of communicating and bringing the congregation together in love and care for each other.
A system has been set up where Elders and Carers are allocated a number of families in our congregation to take ‘under their wing’ to keep in touch regularly and offer friendship and a listening ear. In addition, another group looks after visitation of elderly folk.
A ‘List of Attendees’ is kept and is updated every month to ensure that new people are included and allocated a Carer. Each family receives a copy of the Monthly News & Notes bulletin and this is a means by which Carers can keep in contact with everyone at least once a month and for people to keep up to date with the activities of the Church.
‘Welcomers’ play an important role in greeting new people at the door before the church service and ensure they receive a Visitors’ Card and an Information Leaflet of our activities. Once a month a ‘Getting to Know You’ profile (with photo) introduces a new family to the congregation. The Care Group also looks after the smooth running of relational groups such as the Friendship, Breakfast, Growth , Thursday Fellowship, Craft and Prayer Chain. Visiting the sick is important and meals are prepared in emergencies.
Contact Sylvia at 9387 4216 if you would like more information.