Albert Street Uniting Church 

The Albert Street Uniting Church congregation sits in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD and is the spiritual home of Wesley Mission Queensland. Through worship, witness and service, the congregation continues its proud legacy of expressing the 'good news' that God continues to transform the world, bringing healing and justice for all people.
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Albert Street Uniting Church

A welcoming community of Christ

The church is committed to being a welcoming community of Christ - building faith and compassionately serving in mission with integrity and openness. Since its first acts of compassion and kindness in 1847, the Albert Street congregation has been a vital presence in the Brisbane CBD, particularly among those who have found themselves in need or on the margins of society

Wesley Mission Queensland is the community services division of Albert Street Uniting Church. It was established in 1907 when affiliated with the Methodist Church (Methodist Central Mission). We are committed to addressing the issues facing our community and offering services that see the person as a whole being created in the image of a loving God.

Visit the Albert Street Church community during Open Church, Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm or during one of our Sunday worship services. Follow us on Facebook or  Pinterest to get up-to-date news on our events and activities or visit the Albert St Uniting Church website (links open in new window).

 

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Every year we touch the lives of 100,000 Queenslanders

600 people
in need

receive a free meal, sandwich or food parcel each week.

More than
90

young adults call our supported accommodation units home.

3,500
seniors

supported to lead a fulfilling and independent life.

More than
530

retirees reside in our award-winning independent retirement villages.

More than
1,000

adults and children received youth and parenting support.

Your story is our story

Wesley Mission Queensland. Helping Queenslanders live better lives since 1907.