We welcome all people irrespective of race, religion, political views, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, or age. Wherever you are on your faith journey, wherever you have come from and wherever you are going to; whatever you believe, whatever you do not believe, you are welcome here at Toorak Uniting Church.
Toorak Uniting Church (TUC) had its origins in the Toorak Presbyterian Church, established in 1875 with the Rev. Murdoch MacDonald as Minister.
The Uniting Church in Australia was born in 1977, as a union of the Methodist, Congregational and Presbyterian Churches, founded on The Basis of Union.
TUC is a progressive church built on the foundations of community, contemporary understands of the Bible and a commitment to outreach and service.
Toorak Uniting Church has been a proud member of the Toorak Ecumenical Movement since signing the Ecumenical Agreement in 1980. We study together in Lenten Studies, we worship together at Easter, Pentecost and Advent; We pray for our partner churches: St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, St John’s Anglican Church and the Swedish Church.