Uniting is our community services branch, providing more than 770 programs and services across the Synod.
It helps people experiencing homelessness, drug and alcohol addiction or mental health issues, supports people with disability, helps older people to maintain their independence, provides people with opportunities to access training and meaningful employment and supports asylum seekers.
Uniting works closely with other Uniting Church organisations active in the community, including local congregations, Parish Missions, Uniting AgeWell, Uniting Housing and UnitingCare Australia.
Uniting was formed in July 2017, combining 21 UnitingCare agencies, Wesley Mission Victoria and two Uniting Church business units.
For more information, visit the Uniting website.