Have a hand in the
national work of the Church

Learn, contribute and connect with others - Join a Circle of Interest.

Assembly Circles are a new platform for learning and sharing, where you can contribute to the national work of Church. It is a space for deepening faith and listening to where God is leading us. Together we can make a difference in God’s mission in the world.

Pick your Circles of Interest.

Walking Together as
First and Second Peoples

Explore our Covenant relationship
as First and Second Peoples

Working for Justice

Reflect and act on issues of social justice

Being a Multicultural Church

Build on our commitment to live faith and
life cross-culturally

Discipling the Next Generations

Connect with and support young leaders
in our Church

Growing in Faith

Explore how we grapple with faith in 21st 
 
Century Australia

Seeking Common Ground

Be in relationship with people of other faiths,
no faith and with our Christian
brothers and sisters from other denominations

Transforming Worship

Learn about and contribute to vital,
healthy worship in our Church


Anyone can join.

Circle members must be 18 years or older and agree to abide by our Circle Code of Conduct. People who are not members of the Uniting Church are welcome to participate.

Stay Connected

Once you join a circle, you will be connected via regular email communication and have the option to join circle conversations on Facebook. Circle members will also receive a Welcome Pack outlining the values of your Circle and other important information.

An Advocate has been appointed to each circle to nurture and encourage activity, conversation and input from circle members. They are supported by Panel Members - people with particular gifts and expertise in that area of interest.

It is hoped the seven circles will be a sharing and learning space where those who join are stretched, their faith is deepened and together we listen to where God is leading the Church.

“For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.”
1 Corinthians 12:12