Associate General Secretary
Rob Floyd leads the Assembly Resourcing Unit - a team of staff responsible for the oversight of the national work of the UCA including doctrine, worship, ministry education standards, social justice and advocacy and ecumenical and interfaith relationships. The team also work closely with and offer support to First Nations people, members of our culturally and linguistically diverse communities and emerging generations in the Uniting Church.
Particular areas of focus for the UCA nationally are Climate Change, Refugee and Asylum Seeker Policy and Domestic and Family Violence.
Formerly the National Director of UnitingWorld, the international partnerships agency of the UCA, Rob is passionate about multiculturalism, justice and equality for all people and helping the whole of the Uniting Church to engage in God’s mission in the world, transforming lives and communities.
Whilst at UnitingWorld, Rob served on the international governing body of the ACT Alliance, a coalition of Protestant and Orthodox churches and church-related organisations engaged in humanitarian, development and advocacy work in the world, consisting of 155 members working together in over 140 countries.
Rob currently serves as a Director on the Board of the National Council of Churches in Australia and is the Chairperson of the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce.