Warragul Uniting Church, 210 Sutton Street, Warragul, Victoria, Australia
North view, facing street - September 2017
Click for Audio Recordings of worship services (at foot of What's On Sundays page).
Enjoy the facilites of our modern building all on one level; easy access from our spacious off street car park; light and bright and flexible rooms for various activities.
A warm greeting awaits you!
We are a rural community which welcomes all people in response to Gods love and care for us.
As a Christian church, we gather to share our experiences of life with each other and to discover better ways of communicating the love of God to the community in which we live.
Warragul Uniting Church congregation is part of the Uniting Church in Australia. It is located in the regional town of Warragul.
Our guiding principle is 'Living God's Love without Borders'. We see this as a response to God's love - not just a statement of belief, but an action in our living.
We're currently working on five areas of possible activity that flow from this guiding principle. They are - Social Justice, Worship, Environment, Connections and Life Exploration.
Warragul Uniting Church congregation moved into their new worship and mission centre at 210 Sutton Street, Warragul in June 2006. Visit the Photo Album for photos of the building construction, Opening Worship, activities and events of the church community.
Crosslight is a bi-monthly magazine focusing on issues and events that are relevant to the church's Victorian and Tasmanian communities.
Learn more about the Uniting Church in Australia, visit:
Presbytery of Gippsland (a council of the Uniting Church within the Synod of Victoria and Tasmania).
Uniting Gippsland UnitingCare Gippsland is now part of Uniting Vic.Tas the community services arm of the Uniting Church in Victoria and Tasmania. We are 24 Uniting Church agencies that have come together to combine our resources and experience. Find out about services provided in Gippsland.
The Uniting Church Synod of Victoria and Tasmania
The Assembly is the national council of the Uniting Church in Australia.
Baw Baw Combined Churches Food Relief is a Not-for-Profit project
which was set up because there was a need to distribute food to the
needy in the Baw Baw Shire.
2021, estimated Baw Baw Shire
population 57,626; largest town Warragul 18,673.
210 Sutton Street
Where we are in WARRAGUL
map X912 V7
or find us on Google Maps
Warragul is located approximately 100 km east of Melbourne, via the Princes Highway/Freeway
Web Site: www.warragul.unitingchurch.org