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We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, the first inhabitants of this place.

We honour them for their custodianship of the land, part of God’s good creation  on which we gather, and pay our respects to their elders, past and present.

Where we are:

Corner Rayfield & Dianne Avenues

Clicking on the marker in the map below will bring up a street view from the corner

If you are just visiting or are a    newcomer, please introduce    yourself to the Steward or the    Minister.

For young children, there is a
  children’s ‘Early Word’ time early in   worship then the children go out to
  their own activity usually based around
  the worship theme of the day; on the
  rare occasion the activity isn’t held,
  sheets for a range of ages related to
  the Gospel reading of the day are

If you live in the area and want to    find out about a wedding or    baptism at our church, please click
   on the appropriate word to open a
   document that explains how we can

St Thomas’ is part of the Uniting
Church in Australia which has many
   agencies which can provide assistance
   to individuals or families with
   personal problems or community
   issues. To find out more about the
   help our wider church can give, take a
   look at our Useful Links page.

Family Worship:

Sundays @ 9:30 a.m.

1st Sunday of a month:

          “church@home” Service
 Venue & start time (usually 5:00 p.m.)                   may vary.
  (Announcement in 9:30 a.m. Service)

                Rev. Peter Weeks
                  Ph: 9308-1258


If you are in need of help, please
   go to our Useful Links page. A good
   place to start is with the:
   link which is supported by a
   number of the Uniting Church
   agencies on the Useful Links page.

Visits to Site:

St Thomas’ is a safe place for all    people to worship regardless of    age, race, gender, cultural    background or sexual orientation.

A warm welcome is extended to    all, whether long-time worshippers,    visitors or newcomers to the area.

After worship there is a time of    fellowship over a cup of tea or    coffee to which all are invited.