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.

We are delighted to announce that we are moving towards a gradual reopening of our program during January for one day a week.  We will be gathering in the main Hall with entry from Sydney Rd.   Our doors will be open on Wednesday 20th January.  Please be prepared to follow COVID safe guidelines.

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Stewart Lodge

Stewart Lodge is a Special Residential Service (SRS) accommodation house located in Stewart Street Brunswick, and the home of some of our valued members of Brunswick Uniting Church. A number of the residents regularly attend worship and the Olive Way.  The Annual Stewart Lodge Carols is a highlight on our calendar.  Find out more.

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, 10 – 12 noon. New members are always welcome. Just come along to find out more.

The Student House program provides a place to live for tertiary students moving from the country to the city. They are supported to live in community together and to actively participate in the life of a church community as they undertake their studies.  Find out more.

Public Witness

The Brunswick UC banner is now well known at rallies and other forms of public action for social change. We attend the Palm Sunday Rally, refugee and climate action rallies. We organise public discussion forums before elections and on critical social issues. A number of our members also participate in non violent direct action and civil disobedience through the Love Makes a Way movement.

We are proud to be a Sanctuary church as part of the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce.

The ASWC is a community centre that offers a safe and welcoming space for the asylum seekers in Victoria. We support the program by providing a home on our property, through FUNdraising for specific programs and by developing relationships with staff and clients.  Find out more.