The community typically celebrates Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday of every month, plus on some 3rd Sundays
* Due to the pandemic, we have "@ Home" resources for communion; please click this link:
Communion @ Home
Worship includes congregational singing usually supported by a church organ,
plus our own band plays on selected occasions.
* During the pandemic, Mountview UCA's multimedia team was in joint partnership with the multimedia team of Cheltenham-Mentone UCA, to produce sing-along lyrics videos for both congregations. Here's their links
Carols (Advent) Playlist
Our mitcham venue is blessed by extensive professional quality audio and visual support for its worship services, and our dedicated multimedia team is frequently called upon to support wider Uniting Church activities, such as meetings of the Victoria-Tasmania Synod; some UCA Agencies, and of the national Assembly when it's in Victoria, and even ecumenically too (e.g. Roman Catholic funerals)
Prayers of the People
Please click here for some resources
Sunday worship is usually at 9:30 AM, except if it's a Together worship which is at 10 AM and the venue may change each time, plus on a 5th Sunday when the venue is in a public space @ 11:30 AM.
For Easter Day 2021 and later:
For Prior to Easter Day 2021:
Worship @ Home
The previous Mitcham YouTube Channel includes: sermons,
videos for 'Reflections'; past video Worship Services; and our sing-along Music Videos (Hymns & Songs):
M YouTube Channel
After every Sunday morning worship it's time for fellowship - a time to catch-up over a cuppa, converse, and re-affirm our identity as a community of faith sharing life together.
Audio Sermons (past)
For those wishing to "listen" to past sermons,
please click this link: Audio Sermons
Centre 81 Food Basket
Every Third Sunday, a basket is placed in the foyer at the Mitcham Venue to receive donations of non-perishable food items as well as toiletries and cleaning products. These items are made available to those in need in our community through our Centre 81 Ministry. These donations form part of the Offering during that worship