High Street Road Worship Centre
482 High Street Road, Mount Waverley 3149
Office: 9887 8239

Current Office Hours:

Tuesday 9 am–12 noon
Wednesday 10 am-2 pm
Thursday 9 am–12 noon

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Virginia Street Worship Centre
37-43 Virginia Street, Mount Waverley 3149
Office: 9888 2295
(Office closed – see High Street Road Office times)

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Worshipping Together

At Mount Waverley Uniting Church, we continue to worship at both High Street Road and Virginia Street Worship Centres on alternate Sundays. We welcome all who come through our doors and look forward to seeing you.

Details of our worship times and locations can be found here.

Virtual Worship

Virtual Worship Services are On Hold for the time being.

COVID-19 Update

Current situation

We strongly recommend wearing a face mask at all times during church services, and particularly while singing, because we cannot effectively socially distance.

The responsibility for preventing the spread of COVID-19 now rests mainly with organisations and individuals. Thank you everyone for continuing to consider others as well as yourselves in helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Please click on the link below to download the latest update to the Mount Waverley Uniting Church COVID-Safe Policy. This document describes Mount Waverley Uniting Church’s current requirements for conducting church services and church group activities. It includes our expectations for group leaders and participants. The COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing. We thank everyone for continuing to care for each other and for helping to keep each other safe.

Friday Evenings at Virginia Street

Most Friday evenings there is a Worship and Prayer Service held from 8 – 9 PM at our Virginia Street site. Members of Mount Waverley Uniting Church join with the community of the Melbourne Bethel Presbyterian Church. For Dates and times, please see here.


Welcome to the Mount Waverley Uniting Church.

We are a loving and caring community, living the way of Jesus, participating in God’s action in Australia and around the world and reaching out to assist and care for our local community.

Celebrating 135 plus years of worship and service from the hilltop in Mount Waverley and more than 65 years of worship and service from the plains of the Mount Waverley Village.

We are an inclusive congregation and work ecumenically with neighbouring churches. We welcome people of all cultures, races, spiritual beliefs and sexual orientation. We worship God in mainstream Christian tradition with a rich blend of styles and with an open hearts based on the teachings of Jesus. We are always seeking to learn and grow spiritually, theologically and faithfully.

We are members of the Mount Waverley Uniting Church Cluster, in conjunction with St Luke’s and the Melbourne Fijian Uniting Church.

There are currently no COVID-19 restrictions in place. However, common sense should always prevail.

For enquiries about services at both venues, please email or phone 9887 8239 during church office hours.

Virtual Worship is on hold for the time being.


Friday 1 DecemberVirginia Street

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Prayer and Worship Service with Bethel Korean Congregation.

Saturday 2 DecemberHigh Street Road

4:00 pm Ordination and Induction of Duncan Turuva
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Celebration event

Sunday 3 December
Advent 1 HOPE
Virginia Street

9:45 am Rev Semisi Tauali’i

Friday 8 DecemberVirginia Street

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Prayer and Worship Service with Bethel Korean Congregation.

Sunday 10 December
Advent 2 PEACE

High Street Road

Virginia Street

9:45 am Rev Semisi Tauali’i
Holy Communion

4:00 pm Carols Service
with Bethel Korean congregation and Melbourne Fijian Uniting Church

Friday 15 DecemberVirginia Street

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Prayer and Worship Service with Bethel Korean Congregation.

Sunday 17 December
Advent 3 JOY
Virginia Street

9:45 am Rev. Duncan Turuva

Acknowledgement of Country

High Street Road and St John’s Uniting Churches in Mount Waverley acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn, work and worship.