Share Sunday Appeal - All are Welcome.

Support those struggling to manage their mental health.

Welcoming you exactly as you are

Share Sunday.

Share Sunday is an opportunity for the whole of the Uniting Church to acknowledge the vital community services undertaken by our agencies, parish missions, presbyteries and congregations.

It is also an invitation to continue to explore how we can partner together as we respond to Christ’s calling to serve humanity seeking to create an inclusive, connected and just world.

This year, the focus of our Share Sunday resources is mental health, around the theme of ‘All are welcome’.

Worship resources

The worship resources are available to download. However, if you are unable to download them, you may request a USB stick to be posted to you. 

These resources include:

Please adapt the resources to suit your needs.

Additional resources

The following resources are also available for download to make it easier for you to help us continue supporting people who are struggling to manage their mental health:

All funds raised will support those who are struggling to manage their mental health.

Murray to Moyne charity bike ride

After cycling for 19 hours across two days, covering 1494.5kms, and consuming over 20 litres of water, Team Life Cycle have ridden the Murray to Moyne (M2M) relay event. All while raising $4,295 for Uniting’s mental health services.

Despite losing two team members to Covid-19 isolation, we did it! What an event!

Murray to Moyne charity bike ride

Nine very passionate cyclists who thrive on the challenge of pushing their bodies to the very limit will ride the Murray to Moyne (M2M) Cycle relay in April.

“We are welcoming sponsorships, donations, whatever you can muster for this amazing group of cyclists training with such commitment for a gruelling event raising funds for a very worthy cause”

Hear the real story

Paul’s story.

Social isolation is a crippling feeling. Paul Camilleri knows this all too well. Diagnosed with bipolar in 2001, Paul has battled the stigma attached with mental health for most of his life.

“I’ve always felt a bit different than other people...I was bullied a lot at school. And I was the outcast in my family growing up."

Uniting Winter Share Appeal

Leaving her country of origin, she came to Australia in 2019 to marry her childhood sweetheart. Together at last, it felt like a dream come true: a real opportunity for love, happiness and new beginnings.   

“I wanted to find new meaning and a new hope, living a healthy family life,”

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