To touch hearts and transform lives through Christ.

What Should I Expect

We are one church with three locations, all committed to the same values and dedicated to putting God first in our lives.

Worship at Wesley

Our worship service is a mix of contemporary and traditional, with great music. The preaching is relational, the liturgy reflective of social issues and a belief in the transforming power of the love of God that comes to us in Jesus Christ.

Classical music from the Wesley Scholars is used as a gathering and reflective introduction to the service and an accomplished choir, led by the professional music director leads the singing as well as performing contemporary choral music. Visual arts and music play an integral role in our worship as we encounter with wonder, the love of God.

Worship at Trinity

Our sermon messages are very contemporary, Scripture based and life-applicable. Our music is beautiful with stylish traditional hymns.

Afrikaans worship services are offered twice a month (8.30am on the second and last Sundays of the month) to mainly South African, Zimbabwean and Namibian immigrants speaking or understanding Afrikaans, led by a Dutch Reformed Church minister.

Awaken is a group of young people, consisting of students, young workers and those who are young at heart who run worship services (6.00pm) on the first and third Sunday of every month.  The music and messages are very contemporary, Scripture based and relevant to life today.

Worship at Ross Memorial

Ross Memorial is the smallest of the three worshipping communities within the Uniting Church in the City.  Our church services are characterised by Word based teaching about intimacy and a relationship with God's love and forgiveness, as well as an openness towards diversity.

It is from this approach that Ross has become a place where people from different cultures and backgrounds now call Ross their spiritual home.

Ross not only wants to be a spiritual home where people can come to worship, belong and be nurtured, but also a community where people are equipped and participate in their community as Christ-like people that bring hope and healing, wherever they live, work and play.

When you get here

There are plenty of seats in our churches.  If you need help, someone will gladly assist or
guide you to an available seat.

Our services usually last around an hour.

Dress comfortably, we want you to feel at home, so anything from shorts to jeans, smart casual to a suit.

Refreshments and the opportunity to socialise and get to know one another better are available in the Trinity Lunchroom adjacent to Trinity Church, the meeting room adjacent to Ross Memorial or at the rear of Wesley Church.

 

 

 

 

UCIC OFFICE CONTACT DETAILS:

Level 1, 97 William Street, Perth WA 6000

Phone: 08 6103 4222

Email: admin@ucic.org.au