Brunswick Uniting Church is engaged in the work of God’s mission in the world in a wide variety of ways, as individuals, through programs and by participating in actions and rallies.  Here’s just a few …

The Olive Way is a drop-in centre through which we offer hospitality to the wider Brunswick community.

The Olive Way is open from 10am to 1pm on Tuesdays & Wednesdays. 
If you are interested in volunteering please send Peter Blair, Olive Way Pastor, an email –

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At Brunswick Uniting Church we value questioning, searching faith. We believe we are formed in our faith through action and reflection, that faith is about what we do as much as what we believe. We love that children and youth are actively involved in the life of our community.  We also love exploring the big questions… pondering, wondering, imagining.

The Student House program provides a place to live for tertiary students moving from the country to the city.

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On 24 November 2019, Brunswick Uniting Church declared a “Climate Crisis”. In 2020, we adopted a Climate Crisis Action Plan.  These steps build on our longstanding commitment to environmental action. We are also an active member of ARRCC.

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The Brunswick Uniting Food Co-op encourages responsible use of the earth’s resources through the reduced packaging of food and the purchase of organic and fair trade products where possible. Pick up day is on the third Saturday, 9:45-11:45 and third Thursday, 6-7pm. New members are always welcome.

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At BUC, we are mindful that our buildings, indeed our whole culture and society, is built on the dispossession of Aboriginal people – in this case, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. The vision and mission statement of the Uniting Church in Victoria & Tasmania begins “Following Christ, walking together as First and Second Peoples…”  In this spirit, BUC has formed a “Walking Together” group to learn, reflect, pray and act together on our relationship with First Peoples.

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Welcoming Refugees

BUC works in partnership with Uniting and Love Makes a Way to support refugees and asylum seekers.

Currently we host Asylum Seeker Welcome Centre which offers a safe and welcoming space for the asylum seekers in Victoria.

Members of our congregation participate in non violent direct action and civil disobedience through the Love Makes a Way movement.