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Mission and Service
High Street Road Uniting Church, Mt Waverley is a major contributor to the Uniting Church Mission and Service Fund. This fund is the largest non-government support mechanism in Australia. Some of its beneficiaries include Aged Care, Drug and Alcohol Clinics, support for rural, Aboriginal and disadvantaged communities along with a number of overseas mission activities.

Social Justice & Mission
The Mt Waverley Cluster Social Justice and Mission Committee has members from High Street Road, St Johnís, St Luke's and St Markís Uniting Churches. This Committee supports agencies of the Uniting Care Synod of Victoria and Tasmania, and the Uniting Church Assembly activities internationally through Uniting World and nationally through Frontier Services. They support the Australian Council of Churches Christmas Bowl with other churches and regularly host major community seminars on environmental and Social concern, including Asylum Seekers. They also support initiatives of their local congregations, such as the work of the Monash-Waverley Community Information and Support group, the Mission Liaison Group, West Papua and East Timor and they encourage participation in activities of the Synod Justice and International Mission Unit.
Convener: Alan Easton

Cabrini Ashwood Residential Aged Care
Wesley Neurological Services (
Arthur Preston Centre for people with Huntington's disease)
Pastoral visiting, Worship Services and Communion.

Connections Support Group
This is a sociable, fund raising group supporting Uniting Care Connections. It comprises a group of approximately 35 ladies gathered from High Street Road & St.John’s Uniting Churches, as well as the general community. A varied and interesting program provides speakers and activities for meetings which are held at HSRUC on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 10 am to 12 noon.