Sunday Worship Service

9am Worship Service

Our 9am Worship Service is a family friendly traditional service with children invited to join in with the Sunday School activities. Alternatively there are activity sheets for the children to do while sitting with you. Following our worship service please join us for morning tea and fellowship. Come and gather with us on any Sunday.

Our Sunday service gives people the opportunity to donate money to the work of the church in what is called an “offering”.  It is up to you whether you choose to give any money to the Church to help it pay for those everyday things like electricity, water and telephones as well as mission activities such as Community Meal, pastoral care and other related community support activities.

The first Sunday of the month is usually Communion Sunday. Holy Communion is a special ritual or sacrament whereby a meal of bread and wine / juice is shared among believers. We practice what is called an “open table”. This means that even though we recognise that traditionally this meal is understood as a sacrament for those who are baptised, in the Uniting Church all are invited to participate, and it is up to each individual how they respond. If you prefer to watch this part of the service, that is fine.

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Want to find out more about Christianity?

Talk to one of our volunteers during Open Church, Monday to Friday from 10am-2pm or on Sundays, after a service, have a chat to one of our friendly ministers. We would love to journey with you as you discover the heart of Christ.

New to the Uniting Church?

For more information on what we believe and how we function visit The Uniting Church Queensland. For more information about us and about what we do, we invite you to explore our website and visit us in person.


We regularly conduct baptismal services at Albert Street Uniting during our 9am and 11am services.  For further information please visit our dedicated page on Baptisms.


As a heritage-listed church in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, the Albert Street Uniting Church is a beautiful venue for your wedding. Please visit our dedicated Weddings page for more information.


At Albert Street Uniting Church, a funeral service is a time to honour and give thanks for a life now ended. Our caring team is available to assist and support you and your family during a time of grief. We would be happy to discuss holding the funeral service here with us at Albert Street Uniting Church. Please call us on 07 3071 3060 to arrange the details for the service.

Albert Street Uniting Church has seating capacity for 200 people. We encourage people to advise their family and friends to allow time to find parking. King George Square Car Park is the closest to us. There is drop off zone at the front of the church for visitors with a disability. An access ramp is located on the Suncorp Plaza side of the church allowing easy entry to the building without the use of stairs. This ramp can be accessed either from Ann Street or Albert Street with the Ann Street access being the shorter walk.

Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die.” John 11:25-26

The Servant Network

The Servant Network was created in 2004 to provide practical support for people experiencing homelessness and isolation. The Servant Network supports the work of Art from the Margins and Community Meal.

Art from the Margins

Art from the Margins (AFTM) is a not-for-profit visual arts program providing disadvantaged artists with art mentoring, professional development, practical art classes and the opportunity to exhibit work through prominent public showcases.

The idea was born in a Brisbane park beside a coffee van when a member of the Albert Street Uniting Church’s Servant Network was talking with an artist living in isolation. The artist spoke about the challenges facing artists living with disadvantage when they try to display their work in a public space or participate in the wider arts community.
Members can support the work of Art from the Margins by volunteering their time or donations of art supplies/ funds towards the purchase of.

Community Meal

Community Meal has been serving people who find themselves in times of hardship since 2005, and runs each Wednesday night in Fortitude Valley.

The free meal provides a vital lifeline for more than 80 marginalised people and offers them a nutritious, three-course, hot meal. Supported by The Servant Network, the service aims to assist people experiencing disadvantage, many of whom are facing the challenges of social isolation. It’s an opportunity for people to engage with others, eat some healthy food and feel part of the wider Brisbane community.

Members can volunteer to assist serve the meals on Wednesday evenings on a regular basis or donate funds towards the cost of the meal.

Wesley Mission Queensland

Albert Street Uniting Church is the spiritual home of Wesley Mission Queensland. Through the Mission you can help people all over Queensland who are experiencing hardship or just need a bit of help to get through their day. Explore the volunteering opportunities with Wesley Mission Queensland on our Get Involved page.