Uniting Church 40th Anniversary

The Uniting Church in Australia is celebrating 40 years as a uniquely Australian church.

New Times - June/ July 2017

The June - July 2017 print edition of New Times - the voice of the Uniting Church SA.

Uniting Leaders 2017 (UL17)

UL17 is a 3 day conference focussed on growing leaders to grow the church. Featuring keynote speakers: Nancy Beach & Mark Conner. Find out more & register here.

Welcome to the Uniting Church in South Australia.

As the Uniting Church SA, we're all about Uniting People.

Uniting Churches and faith communities offer friendship and a welcoming place to explore life's questions.

Since its union of three denominations in 1977, Uniting Church SA has chosen togetherness in faith to be of utmost importance; members are committed to living as one diverse community despite often differing views. Unique and fresh in its expressions, Uniting Church SA is faithful in believing - in many shapes and forms.

Media releases

Assembly appointments

Assembly General Secretary Colleen Geyer has today announced four staff appointments for the Assembly. The new staff…

Refugee Week Statement

 Refugee Week 2017 - With courage let us all combine In the Christian story of faith, it is often refugees who seek…

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New Times

New Times is the voice of the Uniting Church SA featuring articles, videos and diverse media to cover topics including news, faith development and culture.

On 18 July, the ABC released an article titled “‘Submit to your husbands’: Women told to endure domestic violence in the name of God”. Christian denominations, church leaders and news organisations have offered a variety of responses.


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Events

Burnside City Church
(384 Portrush Road, Tusmore)
Burnside City Uniting Church
(384 Portrush Road, Tusmore)
Dernancourt Uniting Church
(corner Balmoral Road & Vingara Dve, Dernancourt)
Edithburgh Uniting Church
(12 Henry Street, Edithburgh)
Morialta Uniting Church
(26 Chapel Street, Magill)
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