Spiritual Growth

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 Four 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.

Activities include

Bible study and small groups

Monday morning

Monday afternoon

Monday night

Tuesday afternoon

Tuesday night

Sunday night

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

More From 'Ministries'

Childrens Youth and Families

Children Youth and Family Ministry is a significant part of the mission and spiritual life of Southside Uniting Church.

Sunday School


As part of the 9:00 am worship services (during school terms) at Tarragindi and Mt Gravatt children participate in age appropriate learning and worship experiences.

Unite Youth Group


Held fortnightly at [Mt Gravatt](https://ssuc.org.au/contact-us/mt-gravatt) and creates a space for youth high school aged to young adults, where they can have fun, form life-long friendships and learn about God and his plan for their lives.

Boys’ Brigade


For boys aged 6 to 18 years. A uniformed group with the object of the advancement of Christ’s Kingdom among boys and the promotion of the habits of obedience, reverence, discipline, self-respect and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness. Boys aged 6 to 7 (grades 1 and 2), 8 to 11 (grades 3 to 6) and young men aged 12 to 18 (grade 7 and older) meet on Friday nights at 481 Broadwater Road, Wishart at various times from 6:45pm to 9:30pm.

Girls’ Brigade


For girls aged 6 (Grade 1) to 21 years. A uniformed group with the aim to help girls become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ and, through self-control, reverence and a sense of responsibility, to find true enrichment of life. Meets every Friday night at [Mt Gravatt](https://ssuc.org.au/contact-us/mt-gravatt) between 7.00pm and 8.45pm.

JAFFA (Jesus A Friend For All)


An after school club for children in years 1-5. Children in year 6 have the option to participate as a Junion Leader. The program includes craft, singing, games and bible stories. Afternoon tea is provided. The club meets on Thursday afternoons (during term time) at [Tarragindi](https://ssuc.org.au/contact-us/tarragindi)from 3:30 - 5pm.

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 Child Safe Church training with the Presbytery of South Moreton.

To find out more about our Children, Youth and Families Ministries, please email Ps. Richard Moors at richard.moors@ssuc.org.au or via our [enquiries](http://ssuc.org.au/enquiries)section.