Although Toorak Uniting Church is now closed for worship, our services will continue to be live-streamed.

Although the church is closed, Toorak Uniting is open for Care, Prayer and Fellowship.


Previous livestreamed services and information about upcoming services can be found by clicking here.


Please note that the church is closed and you will not be able to physically attend the service. 


The order of service and Update will be emailed to you this Thursday, April 9. On Sunday, you will receive a text message shortly before 10:15 containing the link to the livestream.

If you did not receive a text or email message last Sunday with the livestream link

and/or if you do not have access to a device that can play the service, or you need assistance, please email the office -


​The Offering

During our services, an offering bowl is passed around. While this is not possible during an online service, you can donate your

offering by direct credit to Toorak Uniting's bank account. The details are:

BSB - 033086; Account number 911892; Account name: Toorak Unting Church.

Conversely, you can click on this donate button below. All major credit cards are accepted.

All major credit cards are accepted and you do not need to have a PayPal account yourself to donate.

Faith Fellowship meeting to be held on Zoom.


The Rev Dr Christopher Page will be leading a “Previewing the Lectionary” fellowship meeting on Tuesday April 7th at 7:30pm using Zoom, an online meeting platform.


The discussion will focus on the lectionary reading for April 7th, Matthew 28:1-10. If you would like to participate, please email the office - and you will be sent an electronic invitation with the access details.

Detailed instructions on how to download, install and join Zoom meetings can be found here.

Pastoral Care in the time of Covid19


The Rev Dr Christopher Page and Rev John Edwards are available for pastoral care and the office phones are being attended by Bronwen and Anne from 9:30 to 4:30pm, with the exception of days of staff illness. 

Even when the office is unattended due to illness, the email will be monitored remotely. Be assured that your email will reach the right person, but do please be patient.

We ask that you do not physically visit the office at this time, to minimize the risk to yourselves and to our staff.


If you would be available to assist members of the congregation who might be in need of assistance with grocery deliveries and/or meals and/or telephone company due to self-isolation restrictions, the leader of the pastoral care team, Christine Brown would appreciate hearing from you. You can email he office -  and your offer of assistance will be forwarded to Christine.