Ballarat Central Uniting Church has a permanent YouTube name and address.
Click here to view our current live-streaming Sunday Service and for a list of all past Services.
Who we are
We are a vibrant, active, inclusive Christian church, committed to follow the way of Jesus, and to serve our community and world through both the work of the congregation and Uniting Ballarat. We are a community which is diverse in background, life experience, culture, age and theological outlook. We welcome all people. We are especially committed to being in relationship and community with those who are isolated, ostracised, and disadvantaged by social and political structures.
Acknowledgement of Country
For thousands of years Indigenous people have walked on this land. Their relationship with the land is at the centre of their lives. We acknowledge the Wadawurrung People of the Kulin Nations and their stewardship of this land, throughout the ages. We pay our respect to their elders, past, present and emerging. May this be a safe place for people in all their diversity, to gather.
To share in the mission of God,
Worshipping God, whom we know in Jesus Christ
Nurturing one another in faith,
That we might embody God’s love for all people
Ballarat Central Uniting Church adheres to the Victorian Govt. Covid safety guidelines. We look forward to seeing you at our Services in person or via live streaming. If you would like further information, please contact Rev. Lauleti Tu’inauvai M: 0413 115 711 or Ballarat Central UC Office M: 0491 706 667.
A great resource to involve children to interact with the Sunday message – click here to download the weekly activity Sheet.
Please click here to to read the latest Ballarat sleepbus update and click here if you wish to make a donation.
Click here to read Uniting’s ‘Can’t afford to live’ Report – The impact of the rising cost of living on Victorians and Tasmanians on low incomes. “This research provides evidence that the rising cost of living is deepening financial, housing and food insecurity, and impacting mental and physical health, while also increasing social isolation”. Click here for report findings.