QUC Vision & Mission

QUC is currently meeting to review and update our mission and vision. If you would like to be part of this process contact us.

Philosophy of Ministry and Mission

We believe:

Compassion is at the heart of God.

Jesus lived a life of love in action, showing us that God’s righteousness was compassion, not judgement— compassion is at the heart of God.

God is Proactive.

Jesus was alert and responsive to the needs, fears and hopes of people he met along the way.

God is Accepting and Loves Unconditionally

Jesus accepted people as they were and, without regard for social or religious customs, placing no conditions on who could experience the abundance of God’s healing and hopeful presence.

God calls us to live with humility as Servants of God and others.

Jesus never looked to be placed on a pedestal, nor to be rewarded or honoured for what he did and who he was, but always pointed to God as the source of all life and hope.

God is experienced through Child-Like Faith.

Jesus lived with a deep sense that God’s grace was not limited, measured, balanced or even sensible but generous, unconstrained, extravagant, joyful and hopeful.

God Transforms, Delivers & Heals.

The result of Jesus acting in love and revealing the reign of God was that people were restored to their place in their communities – making them and their communities whole again.

Our Vision

Based on our understanding of God, as expressed in Our Philosophy of Ministry and Mission, our vision is nothing more and nothing less than:

The whole of creation reconciled and renewed

(As expressed in the UCA Basis of Union, paragraph 3)

We believe that the Church’s call is to serve that end:

We will work towards the fulfillment of our Vision by:

As we travel we will:

Our Mission

A Good News, Good Neighbour Church

What does it mean to be a Good News Church?

What does it mean to be a Good Neighbour Church?

Mission Planning Resources

As part of the NSW Synod, we are informed by - Future Directions for the People of God on the Way and the Synod Resourcing Framework 

The changing faith landscape of Australia  - 2022 report from McCrindle reveals Australians are increasingly open to religious and spiritual matters.