New Times - August/September 2023

The August/September edition of New Times - the voice of the Uniting Church in SA.

Voice to Parliament Resources

This year, Australians will be asked to consider supporting a First Nations Voice to Parliament. We have compiled a range of resources for your information.

Worship at Home Resources

Resources for worship leaders to use to encourage people to worship and pray together as a gathered community or at home.


Welcome to the Uniting Church in South Australia.

As the Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of South Australia, we're all about being a missional church which undertakes ministry in accordance with the Basis of Union and the will of God.

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

Since its union of three denominations in 1977, Uniting Church in Australia 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, the Uniting Church is faithful in believing - in many shapes and forms.



Campbelltown Uniting Church
(607 Lower North East Road, Campbelltown SA 5074)
Effective Living Centre
(26 King William Road, Wayville, SA 5034)
Pilgrim Uniting Church
(12 Flinders Street, Adelaide)
Sandy Creek Uniting Church
(162 Williamstown Rd, Cockatoo Valley , SA 5351)
Unley Town Hall
(cnr Oxford Terrace and Unley Road, Unley)
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UC e-News

UC e-News is the voice of the Uniting Church in SA featuring articles, videos and diverse media to cover topics including news, faith development and culture.

Understanding our Australian Constitution is important for the 14th October Referendum. Australia has always been divided on the basis of race. The Australian Government has the power to make laws on the basis of race; and has done so since 1901.

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Media releases

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