Reaching Out

Shepparton Uniting Church aims to be committed to the wider Shepparton community and provide a number of service to encourage, assist and support the Shepparton Community.

Opportunity Shop

The Shepparton Uniting Church Opportunity Shop is located in Sheppartons’ Central Business District on the corner of Coiro and Stewart Streets. It strives to provided the community with affordable pre-used home-wares and clothing. As well as providing affordable goods, the Shepparton Uniting Church aims to donate back to a variety of charities the income made within the Op Shop.

Opening Times:

Monday-Friday 10am to 3pm
Saturday 10am-12pm
Sunday – Closed

We are constantly looking for Volunteers to assist with the day to day running of the Opportunity Shop. If you think this is something you would like to be involved with please contact us via phone, email or pop down and see us.

Friendship Group

Meeting every Tuesday morning from 10am -11.30am, we welcome all to join us. From any denominations or those with no particular Church affiliation, we encourage anyone who wants and needs a social morning out to join us in a warm and welcoming environment. We have outings for morning tea in the warmer months, interesting speakers, quizzes, games plus much more. We trim used stamps for resale, the money from which is donated to worthwhile causes.

Drop-In Cuppa

Each Thursday from 10am to 12pm feel free to pop down to the church and grab a hot (or Cold) drink and join in on welcoming conversation with great company. There is absolutely NO COST, so come down and rest your weary feet (and mind). All Are Welcome.


Uniting is a frontline rural support agency, working with marginalised communities of disadvantage in the North-East.

Shepparton Uniting Church works to support Uniting’s great work within the wider community of Shepparton and North East Victoria through partnership programs.

Our Multicultural Playgroup is one such program. Newly¬†arrived women to the area, from many ethnic backgrounds, are given the opportunity to¬†socialise and meet others. Members from our congregation work to support these women so life in a new country doesn’t seem so isolated and overwhelming.

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