Five Dock–Drummoyne Congregation
of the Uniting Church in Australia

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Mission Support

Living is Giving

We have a long standing and ongoing commitment to Uniting Church projects funded under this program.
See the Uniting Church site for information on the program


Frontier Services is a national charity working on behalf of people living in remote areas, which covers 85% of Australia. Their primary purpose is to raise funds in order to support the Uniting Church in Australia, through its network of Patrol Ministers, in their pastoral work with Indigenous communities, isolated properties, mining sites and other remotely located communities.

UnitingWorld connects people and church communities in Australia, the Pacific, Asia and Africa to partner in God's mission: overcoming poverty and enabling discipleship and faith-filled action.
UnitingWorld is an agency of the National Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia. With a shared history of nearly 200 years, their goal is to see lives changed both in Australia and internationally.


Our congregation members (young and older alike) are active participants in the Lent Event, supporting projects of Uniting Church Overseas Aid. Even with the Global Finance problems of 2009 God has supplied our needs and enabled us to continue to help those suffering in other countries. Kay is co-ordinating Lent Event in 2018.


Wesley Mission strives to continue the work of Jesus Christ in Word and deed.

ACT FOR PEACE – Christmas Bowl –

The Christmas Bowl appeal is our way of forging a loving connection between our Christian community here in Australia and people around the world who are experiencing dreadful hardship and suffering.

Meals on

A dedicated group of Five Dock Drummoyne congregation give of their valuable time each Friday morning to distribute cold and hot meals to residents needing assistance in the Five Dock-Drummoyne area. If you are interested in assisting, please contact the Church Office for further information -

Special Interest

Following a visit with the Five Dock-Drummoyne congregation by Dr Matt and Mrs Donna (-) in August 2007, we have continued to support and pray for their linguistic work in South Asia with the Summer Institute of Linguistics. They have visited us several times since, and we receive regular emails updating us on their translation work.


We also support other Uniting Church and ecumenical projects with children, disaster relief and overseas aid.