St Kilda Uniting Church AGM May 2018 Breakfast will be ready soon

Annual General Meeting 2018

On May 6, 2018, another Annual General Meeting (AGM) took place at the church. Many congregation members came not only to discuss how we did in the past calendar year but also to enjoy good company and – delicious breakfast. David, our minister, has suggested we acronym AGM should stand for another gourmet meal.


Mary has worshipped at St Kilda Uniting Parish Mission for almost 40 years. Worship is a regular part of her life which she enjoys as a time of reflection, learning, reaffirmation of values and direction and participation in a community of people who are very important to her.

Our People Rev Coralie Ling Featured

Coralie Ling

Coralie is a tall, purple loving older woman who lives in St Kilda next to the botanical gardens. She was the first woman ordained as a minister in the Methodist church in Melbourne 1969. Coralie has been attending St Kilda Uniting Church since she moved to St Kilda in 2004. Learn more about here and others, too!

Sermons Doubting Questionning Following Jesus

Doubting, questioning and following

Sunday 8th April 2018 Sermon John 20 19-29 The Easter Weekend magazine had an interview done by the comedian Benjamin Law. His method of interviewing is to ask well known people their views on dicey subjects such as death, sex or religion. He rolls a dice to determine which subject. For the Easter weekend he…

Crucifixion scene in BehNur 2016

Good Friday 30 March 2018 Sermon

  Good morning, it is a privilege and a pleasure to be here with you this morning. Peace be with you. Good Friday morning is always one of those mornings in the Christian calendar when we pause to consider more seriously the implications of attempting to live a faith-filled life. And not a passive faith-filled…

Prayer for Others by Brian

Prayer for Others

We cry for our world. A world that chooses conflict over peace. A world that chooses anger over love. A world that chooses guns over talk. A world that chooses to listen to old men over young women. A world that chooses greed over generosity.

Walking Through the Labyrinth

Wandering through the labyrinth

Today’s Sunday service on 28 January 2018 was very special. From the foyer, we could see a maze that was set up on the church floor and we were told to be careful not to damage it. Later on, we have found out it was a labyrinth, rather than a maze. Rob Hoskin has set this one up for us, having eight corners (an octagon) and in the middle there was a jar with water, again having an octagonal shape.