Torquay

The Torquay Uniting Church in 27 Anderson Street is the hub of our congregation activities and outreach.

We invite you to join us in worship at 9.30 Sunday mornings. An enthusiastic welcome awaits you

Torquay Uniting Church is a welcoming eclectic congregation, inspired by Jesus’ life of love, service and compassion for others. We strive to be a friendly and caring congregation, who live out our mission through regular worship together and through a variety of fellowship, community service and outreach activities.

Our church aims to provide a safe place of welcome to all seekers of God’s love.

Sunday Worship and Morning Tea

9:30am. All welcome.
We aim to provide dynamic and relevant worship opportunities under the leadership of our Minister, Rev Suzie Castle

Sunday worship

Friendship

Our adult fellowship and engagement groups include Beaut Beanies, Dine Out and other social opportunities include those who may not be regular worshippers

Beaut Beanies

Beaut Beanies

Newcomers are most welcome to join us on Tuesdays 10:30am - noon in the Church Foyer. We knit beanies, teddies, rugs, and scarves for people in need. Wool is supplied.
Contact Jan 5264 3519

Dine Out Lunch Group

Monthly luncheon for seniors. Held on the 4th Monday at 12 noon.  Contact Jean 5261 6884.

Dine Out Lunch Group

For Young Families

We engage with young families through the Coffee & Kids program, Messy Church and other activities.

Coffee and Kids

Coffee & Kids

play activities for children 0-5, mums and carers, held on Thursdays & Fridays 9:30-11:00am (school terms)

Messy Church

Fun and faith activities for young families.  Meets quarterly 3:30 - 5:00pm.

Messy Church

Mission & Social Justice

Mission and Social Justice

Reproduced by kind permission of Michael Leunig, the writer/artist

▸We strive to be active and have a visible community presence, seeking to meet a variety of needs, particularly those needs not being met by others.
▸ We engage with others who see social justice issues as a vital issue of concern for our world’s future. In this way we show that the ‘church’ is not separate, but vitally involved in working with others to provide a liveable world now and for the future.
▸We aim to explore programs for intergenerational support across the community.