UnitingWorld Sunday 2024

He has told you, O mortal, what is good, and what does the Lord require of you
but to do justice and to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God?
(Micah 6:8)

The Uniting Church in Australia is connected in partnership with churches across the Pacific, Asia and Africa. They are vibrant, inspiring, and dedicated people of God who are transforming lives and communities for the better.

UnitingWorld is the agency that manages these partnerships for the wider UCA, and hosting a UnitingWorld Sunday service is a chance to hear the wisdom of our partners, learn more about our work together and how we can all make a difference.

UnitingWorld Sunday launches on 12 May in 2024 but you can host it whenever it suits your church calendar!

What's new in 2024?

Micah 6:8 is the theme chosen for 2024 by Rev. Dr Mery Kolimon, a theologian in the Christian Evangelical Church in Timor (GMIT).

Rev. Dr Kolimon has shared a video sermon and Rev. Dr Apwee Ting has written a liturgy focusing on our partners in South East Asia.

There is a range of other resources to help you host your UnitingWorld Sunday service, including PowerPoint resources, colouring-in sheets, information about UnitingWorld, promotional assets, opportunities to give, and more! 

Check out the resources!

UnitingWorld Sunday in action!

Support those who need it most

Your church can sign up to host a UnitingWorld Sunday and coordinate fundraising in your community or congregation. Or anyone can donate online here anytime.

Your donation will go towards God’s work in the lives of our global neighbours. 

Thank you! 

How your church can make a difference 

When you host a UnitingWorld Sunday, not only do you get the chance to learn from our global neighbours. You get the chance to be a part of their stories too!

The videos below show the work of UnitingWorld and our global partners in our five main project areas. 








A little intro to UnitingWorld.

(This video was part of our report to the 16th Triennial Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia, 2021) Download here or watch below.

Emergency Response

Help provide food, water, shelter, healthcare and psychological support for those facing crisis.  

Gender Equality
Equip communities to tackle issues of gender equality and cultural attitudes through education, training and women’s participation in community decision-making. 

Poverty Alleviation
Help our local partners provide education, healthcare, clean water, financial services and income opportunities to help families and communities break the cycle of poverty. 

Strong Leadership
Support our partners to build up strong leaders and organisations to effectively combat poverty, inequality and injustice in their communities. 

Climate Resilience
Help vulnerable communities prepare to withstand chronic environmental degradation, more frequent disasters, and plan for a smart and effective recovery. 

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provide nutritious food to kids in Timor-Leste
$50
help a family in Indonesia start a pig-breeding business
$100
provide inclusion and opportunity for children with disability in Sri Lanka
$500
allow a girl to access education in India
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Memberships

As a member of ACFID, UnitingWorld is held accountable to the highest standards of governance, financial transparency and effectiveness in our work.

UnitingWorld gratefully acknowledges the support of the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).