We are a family oriented church welcoming all people on their journey of faith. Our family is made up of people of all ages from 0 to 95.
We are journeying together to try and live out our lives as Christians with integrity and love in a world that increasingly sends many different messages. We are open to questions and discussion about the bible and our faith today. We don’t have all the answers but we try and support one another through the ups and downs of life.
The Belair family has many friends and extended family members who gather for special occasions, and who share our home by the Belair water tower. Life is busy, and we celebrate the many different ways people connect with this community of faith. However you would like to connect – as visitor, friend, or committed member of the family – you are very welcome. Get to know us in these pages, or at a gathering. We look forward to sharing life with you.
You are welcome to join us for worship at
9.30am Sundays which in term times, includes a children's specific program. Often the youth meet as well to undertake projects and/or share in discussion groups.
On the second Sunday of each month we share in communion in our all-age worship service. These services tend to be quite creative and interactive.
Belair Uniting Church is led by a Church Council who oversee the pastoral care and administration of the congregation. Council meets bi-monthly on the second Tuesday of the month.
Sub groups meet regularly to address the details of caring for the people, property, Children & youth, and worship, education & activities.
We are served by a part-time minister, Rev. Sarah Williamson.
Check out what's happening in our Belair UCA community. We have a large focus on deepening our relationships and enjoying our community life!
Children & Youth
We are an all-age congregation and our children and youth are a precious and central part of our life.
We create a variety of opportunities for all our children and youth to connect in ways that suit them and try to mix it up regularly!
We encourage conversation, questions and liveliness!