Holy Communion is a recognised sacrament of the Uniting Church in Australia. Within our varied traditions in congregations, it is also called ‘The Eucharist‘ or ‘The Lord’s Supper‘. We believe in an open table, where any baptised believer in Christ is welcome

The Uniting Church also allows a variety of forms for Eucharistic worship, while stipulating that certain essential features must be included. The published orders of service indicate a desire to accept reforms in liturgy which ecumenical study in recent times has recommended

During the COVID Pandemic permission was given by the Uniting Church in Australia (UCA)  to stream communion and it is recommended that individual congregations check with their own Presbytery to ensure that this is acceptable.

We attach a link to a recorded communion service at Charlestown & Garden Suburb Uniting Congregation, with Rev Tom Stuart presiding. 

To access this service, CLICK HERE

If you need an appropriate hymn from Together in Song, CLICK HERE for Together in Song 511 – “Let Us Break Bread Together With the Lord”