Ways to give
There are many ways you can share in God’s generosity to each one of us and help the Uniting Church in Australia carry out the work God is calling us to do.
Living is Giving
Living is Giving is the primary means by which congregations in the Synod of New South Wales and the ACT of the Uniting Church contribute to the church’s mission and service at home and abroad. It links congregations’ giving and mission planning with the ministry of the whole Uniting Church. You can support — prayerfully and financially — a diverse range of projects, from indigenous ministry to evangelism in the bush to chaplaincy in hospitals.
For more information, click here, call (02) 8267 4393 or email livingisgiving [at] nsw [dot] uca [dot] org [dot] au.
Giving Direct is an easy way to guarantee regular contributions to your congregation and the ministry of the Uniting Church — by direct debit or electronic funds transfer (EFT). You choose how much to give and when you want the money transferred. You can also use this method to give directly to Living is Giving projects.
For more information, visit the Giving Direct website or contact us on (02) 8267 4393 or livingisgiving [at] nsw [dot] uca [dot] org [dot] au.
The ABC Appeal is run annually by the Board of Mission and continues throughout the year. It supports local and international projects that do not receive substantial funding from other sources, and would struggle without this extra support. This year, funds from the ABC Appeal will help East Timorese students study at university in their own language, provide funding for two volunteers to serve with a Partner Church in a Pacific country, support an outreach ministry to Goulburn Correctional Facility and pay for a literacy and numeracy support program in Western Sydney. For more information, contact Sue Willgoss on (02) 8267 4387.
Easter Thank Offering
The Easter Thank Offering Appeal is run annually at Easter time by the Board of Mission. This year’s projects included funding two free lunch cafes, supporting rural communities in vision casting and pastoral care training, sending volunteers who will work with Indonesian churches training local people in a variety of areas and preserving a Fijian theological library. For more information, contact Sue Willgoss on (02) 8267 4387.
A bequest to the Uniting Church will help it continue its important ministry, evangelism, aid and advocacy work.
For more information, download the brochure or contact Marg Seymour on (02) 8267 4331 or margs [at] nsw [dot] uca [dot] org [dot] au.
Uniting Church National Assembly
For information on how you can give to the work of the Uniting Church’s national body, including Frontier Services, Uniting International Mission, and Uniting Church Overseas Aid, click here