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Intercultural Ministry

As a multicultural church, the Uniting Church in Australia continually seeks to find new ways to bring ministry to people of different cultures.

We help ministers from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds find their place within the Church, discover their personal passions and vision for their ministry and assist them in exploring how to effectively use them.

In short, we enhance their leadership so their gifts can be brought to the wider church and ensure their voices can be heard.

Below you will find suggested reflections, books and assorted articles.

Each year, we host a number of informative seminars that will deepen your knowledge and enrich your perspective. Click on the links below to replay the seminars in full.

  • Reimagining Church & Theology From A Non-Western Paradigm. Click here
  • Sharing Our Narratives. With Alison Overeem. Click here
  • Meet The First Peoples Of Gondwana. With Rev Dr Garry Deverell. Click here

David Dong Won Kim

Multicultural Ministries Coordinator

David has 17 years of congregational ministry in the Synod of Queensland and ministry in South Korea and the USA. He is also a member of the Korean National Conference executive.  He is passionate about supporting CALD leaders and migrant communities in their mission, growing networks of CALD leaders, and supporting the work with second-generation young people. 

Contact David on 0400 213 205 or [email protected]

Translations and multi-lingual resources

A range of resources can be found here in Korean, Spanish, Niuean, Chinese, Filipino, Vietnamese, Samoan, Indonesian, Tongan and Fijian.

These translated resources include:

  • The Uluru Statement from the Heart
  • National Child Safety Principles
  • UCA Constitution and Regulations
  • Code of Ethics and Ministry Practice
  • The Basis of Union
  • Baptism Service
  • Acknowledgement of Country

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