- nurtures and grows the faith of all,
serves each other and the wider community,
values and involves all its generations in God’s work and
recognises the unique needs of all.
This is an exciting time for our congregation as we engage with the UCA Queensland Synod in Project Plenty.
Listen to this Project Plenty podcast with Moggill Uniting Church Minister Rev Mel Wheeley.
Check out our fundraising activities for the church and wider community here.
Remember those in Queensland who need support this Christmas by giving to the Red Bag Appeal.You can contribute non-perishable items (please refer to the link) or if you would prefer to make a donation you can via Julie’s link here.
The Christmas Bowl appeal is also open to support people throughout the world.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
Join us at St Paul’s for Christmas carols on December 20th from 6pm for a sausage sizzle with carols beginning at 7pm.
Statement of Commitment – Safe Ministry with Children
“St Paul’s Uniting Church Stafford is committed to providing safe places where people are cared for, nurtured and sustained and commits itself to the care, protection and safety of all people, particularly those who are vulnerable. We commit to ongoing compliance with requirements of the Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 and the Working With Children (Risk Management and Screening) Regulation 2011, and adopt the Uniting Church in Australia, Queensland Synod Safe Ministry with Children Policy. We will ensure the implementation of procedures and resources to assist our congregation to meet and demonstrate its responsibilities under the Act.”
St Paul’s Church Council