The Uniting Church Foundation was established in 1991 as a perpetual trust under the trusteeship of the Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (Q.)


Our Vision

To inspire and mobilise the Uniting Church community in Queensland to make more mission possible.


Our Role

To seek donations, major gifts and gifts in Wills or bequests

To develop and manage funds from donations, perpetual deposits and gifts in Wills

To disburse funds for sustainable mission for the Uniting Church in Queensland.


Our Missional Impact

  • Growing leadership capacity of indigenous leaders
  • Engage with the wider church with a commitment to equal opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, for an inclusive future.
  • Enhancing ministry opportunities with and for children and youth
  • Click here to view the Mission Possible.

  • Seed funding for fresh or new expressions of church
  • Planting new Christian communities and infrastructure in rapid growth areas
  • Click here to view the Mission Possible Tomorrow’s people video

  • Training and leadership opportunities for multicultural emerging leaders and continuing education in ministry
  • Faith leadership opportunities for high schoolers and young adults from a culturally and linguistically diverse group.
  • Working as one church to enable natural disaster recovery and resilience for communities across Queensland
  • Click here to view the Mission Possible One People video

To find out more about the Presbytery Mission Program, click here.

Contact us

For all enquiries related to gifts or donations, major gifts, gifts in Wills or endowment funds please contact the Queensland Synod office using the details below.

Please address all correspondence to:
The Uniting Church Foundation
GPO Box 674 Brisbane Queensland 4001

Visit us at:
60 Bayliss Street, Auchenflower, Queensland

Phone: 07 3377 9823
Fax (07) 3377 9816

Other ways to help

  • Make a living gift
  • Become a volunteer in your local church or presbytery mission project
  • Pray for each Missional Impact