Outreach

Rachel Manton

Administrator

07 38487093 // 0427 257 920

hello@ssuc.org.au

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Jesus tells us that the church "is the light of the world" (Matthew 5:14).

Southside Uniting Church takes seriously this charge to be active in sharing Christ's love locally, nationally and internationally.

For more information on our Outreach Groups please contact our Administrator Rachel Manton.

Our Groups

Social Activities Group for Everyone

Meets @ Mt Gravatt every Wednesday.

9:30 am to 12 midday


Meets @ Yeronga on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.

The Yeronga Men's Shed is part of a movement that has become one of the most powerful tools in addressing health and wellbeing and helping men to once again become valued and productive members of our community.

This well-established Seniors Group welcomes younger members: a good cuppa, sandwiches and sweets and entertainment, all for $8. So much to learn from these interesting folk, and great friendships to be made.

Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at our Tarragindi Centre.

To find out more, watch this video.


Southside Uniting Church is a member of the Queensland Community Alliance. Together with other religious groups, unions and community development organisations we engage in advocacy and community development in our region.

More From 'Ministries'

Children Youth and Families

To watch our Southside Uniting Time for Kids videos, go to our YouTube channel. The most recent video will be uploaded here each week.


Ps. Richard Moors is our Children's, Youth and Families Pastor and works alongside our Communities and leaders in developing appropriate and life-giving ministry for children, families and youth.

All our people who work with children and youth BlueCard Verified with the Queensland Government and undergo regular Safe Ministry with Children with the Presbytery of South Moreton.

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Spiritual Growth

"Come and See"

From now until Easter we will be immersing ourselves in John's Gospel. We encourage you to be a part of the experience.

21 Day Online Reading Plan

Click here to access the plan.

30 Day Printable Reading Plan

Click here to access the plan.

Read John in One Sitting

For those who are up for an extra challenge, read it in one sitting (or very few). You'll be able to notice the repetitions, rhythms, and 'feel' for John if you can read most or all of it at a time.

Listen to John in One Sitting

Richard Moors is planning to offer a Saturday morning, most likely in February, where John's gospel is read beginning to end. Stay tuned on the Events Page for more details.

Study John

Finally, Mal Coombes will be offering his insight and extensive study into John for us in March. More details to come on our Events Page.

We pray that by engaging in John in one or more of these ways will help you to grow in your relationship with Christ.


Spiritual Growth covers key elements of the life of the Christian Church, including discipleship, bible studies, developing spiritual leaders and identifying people who have a calling on their lives for future ministry and mission engagement. As One Congregation in multiple locations, Southside seeks to build our unified identity through our spiritual commitment, by developing ourselves to discipleship we can find out more about our identity in Christ and as members of this unique community in the life of our church.

To find out more about Spiritual Growth in Southside Uniting Church or to express your interest in joining a Small Group, please email jock.dunbar@ssuc.org.au or via our enquiries page.




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Care

As one church in multiple locations, we are keenly aware of the importance of pastoral care, since caring for each other is intrinsic to authentic Christian community and the heart and character of God. Christ proclaims in John 13:34-35 “I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.”

Networks of care are established in each of our communities, so that we may live out our motto of pastoral care being for everyone, by everyone.


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