Our Worship

As a response to the global coronavirus epidemic, Richmond Uniting Church is worshipping together in new ways. Visit our Online Worship page to join with us as we continue to gather remotely for worship, as we seek to live out Jesus’ compassion and draw our nourishment from the Source of all – amidst these difficult times. You are welcome to join us if you are part of the Richmond Uniting Church community or if you have never worshipped with us before.

Our Faith Community

We are young and old, retirees, students, refugees, those who are unemployed and those who are working. We come from many cultures and share a diversity of views as we seek, together, to be disciples of Jesus.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be a Jesus community that seeks to support the arts, to advocate for justice, to provide safe space to explore questions of spirituality and ongoing opportunities to deepen discipleship.

This short film was shot, scripted, edited and produced by Olwyn Jones, who volunteered her time and skills with extraordinary generosity. We hope you enjoy watching.

The Richmond Churches Food Centre is a joint operation of St Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, St Stephen’s Anglican Church, St Bartholomew’s Anglican Church and Richmond Uniting Church and operates at the rear of St. Ignatius Church.

This ecumenical, grass roots initiative provides food security for hundreds of people each year. Our fabulous volunteers come from each of the churches, as well as the wider community.