Wominjeka. Welcome. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge our gratitude that we share this land, our sorrow for some of the costs of that sharing and our collective hope and belief that we can move to a place of equity, justice and partnership together.

Located in the Hills, committed to serving our local community. At our heart is the wisdom and teachings of Jesus which include deep listening, compassion, hospitality, justice and loving one another, especially marginalised people.

Comfortable with all faiths/denominations and gender diversity. Collaborative and intergenerational. Friendly, and understanding, exploring spirituality and contemplation, evolving, and changing. Connected to and conversing with our community, offering marginalised people a place to feel safe. Grounded in Justice, thinking outside the square.

You’re welcome to call us on (03) 9754 2177,  contact us via email,  follow us on Facebook,  have a look around our website or come and visit us at 1566 Burwood Highway, Tecoma.

Lent – Sunday Feb 25th.

In our Wandering Heart lenten journey we will continue to follow the disciple Peter who leads us on the meandering path of faith. This week is another beloved story with Peter walking on water.

As a new disciple, perhaps Peter wants to prove himself. Boldly, in the middle of a storm, Peter steps out of the boat to join Jesus who is walking on top of the waves. He, too, walks on water until the wind shakes his trust and he begins to sink. Many of us know what it feels like to be thrown off balance, to feel as if we’re sinking. Maybe this looks like doubt, unexpected change, too-busy seasons of life, devastating grief, or distance from God or a center of meaning. In this story, we empathize with the desperation Peter feels as he cries out, and will have an opportunity to see how we relate to his cry for rescue. It will give us a chance to explore together how we make it through storms and what communal wisdom exists around these challenging places.

We hope to see you on Sunday! In Person and also on Zoom
Zoom linkMeeting ID: 829 2369 7058   Pass code: 109713

Home Naming Sunday

On Sunday we will share in a ritualistic naming of those who have more recently come to see this church as their spiritual home.

It will be a chance for people to have their sense of belonging with TUC acknowledged and celebrated.

So if you now see this place as your spiritual home, we are creating a moment in which you can claim that – hoping and believing it helps to have that named and known It will also be a chance for the existing community to offer arms of welcome, and to in a symbolic way, pledge to journeying with you.
This will be available for those have more recently come to live and move amongst us, but also for those whose journey not have started particularly recently, but who would none-the-less value the chance to acknowledge this as your spiritual home.

As a part of this ritual, anyone, those who wish to participate will be asked to respond to the question: what is it you value about this community?

If you are keen to this, please email (minister@tecomauc.org,au) or SMS Matt and plan to be there this Sunday if possible.


Hills Haven

Our safe, open and inclusive cafe where people can come and enjoy being together in a creative space!

Hills Haven launches for the year this Friday!

Tea, coffee and cake are free or by donation, and there will be voluntary craft activities for those who would appreciate a simple and mindful project to engage in with others, or a new skill to learn.

We’d love you to spread the word and to pop in and lend it your support

Don’t miss out on this incredible concert! Join us as Bansuri player Vinod Prasanna, renowned Tabla player Anubrata Chatterjee, All the way from India, Kora player Rodrick McLeod come together to create pure magic. Get ready to be mesmerized by their extraordinary talent. You definitely don’t want to miss this

Tickets: $30 Full/ $25 Concession
Address: Tecoma Uniting Church, 1566 Burwood Hwy, Tecoma


Counselling Services at Tecoma

Counsellor Ruth Ollington is offering counselling services at Tecoma in the meditation room. Ruth will be at Tecoma between 9.30am and 6.30pm on Monday’s and 10.00am and 7.30pm on Wednesdays.

Ruth offers individual counselling, for anxiety, depression, and trauma.  Ruth also offers relationship counselling. Therapeutic interventions Ruth uses: CBT, mindfulness, EFT, Choice Theory, ACT and trauma informed practices. Ruth is also aware of the importance of spirituality in the healing journey and am happy to integrate any spiritual belief into the practice.

Hall Hirer & Community Events

Here’s a list of the wonderful diverse activities of hirers happening at Tecoma Uniting Church this term There is also a printed version in the foyer.

Financial Contributions

If you would like to support the work of the church and it’s service to the surrounding community, you 
can do this through our Bendigo Bank account.
BSB: 633 000 & Account: 131789216    To contact us:  (03) 9754 2177 or email office@tecomauc.org.au

or go to our Offerings page to use your credit/debit card.

Keep up to date with what is happening in and around the Tecoma Uniting Church and get our latest newsletter, The Tecoma Times here.

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