748 Robinson Rd Aspley QLD 4034
07 3263 9275

Our Sunday services are held at 8:30 am and 10:15 am. These services ar live streamed also, click Watch Live! to view.

We will be live streaming both the 8:30am and the 10:15am service. Click here to watch the services live.

Welcome to Aspley Uniting Church. We extend a warm welcome to you – whether you are a newcomer to our area or are a resident seeking a faith community, we believe that God has brought us together to join in worship, learning and fellowship.

We believe that ‘church’ is about community so whichever service you choose to attend you will be made truly welcome and will quickly become a valued member of our church community.


8:30am Service

Our 8:30am service is a traditional family service. We have communion the first Sunday of the month with our Aspley UC Singers leading the singing. We have a friendly morning tea after the service each week.

10:15am Service

Our 10:15am service is a relaxed, contemporary, family friendly service with Sunday school.  We have a monthly morning tea the last Sunday of the month after our service in our Aspley Early Childhood Education Centre behind the church. This enables young families to enjoy some refreshments together while the kids can use the playground equipment.


If you can’t make it to one of our Sunday Services in person, listen into the services from home or whilst travelling by calling the listen@home telephone service.


Call 07 3263 9275

Call the listen@home telephone number just before a regular service time on a Sunday.


Select an option

You will be given 2 options. Press 1 to connect straight into the service or Press 2 to listen to instructions on how the listen@home telephone service works.


Listen in

You’ll be welcomed by an elder of the church. If you wish to speak to the elder, press the * (star) button and the option 1 to unmute your microphone.

Ministries & Activities

At Aspley, we minister to both our immediate and wider community.

Aspley Caring Through Service (ACTS)

Our Church has founded an active Community Service initiative called Aspley Caring Through Service – ACTS. It provides financial relief from poverty or misfortune, particularly to people who are not members of our Church and who live far away from us. The main focus of ACTS is to have a personal ministry to anyone in genuine need, particularly victims of floods, droughts and bushfires as well as broken families, homelessness, and those who are unemployed. ACTS also offers assistance to various School Breakfast Programs. Refugees are especially cared for.

ACTS Vision Statement

ACTS is a Community Fund of the Aspley Uniting Church which is financed by the gifts of caring people who strive to express the compassion of Jesus of Nazareth. We provide direct financial help to people in difficult personal financial circumstances anywhere in Australia. All of the ACTS team are volunteers who respect the confidentiality of all whom we help. ACTS carries out its mission without incurring any overhead costs. Every day, we are easily accessible to those in need by sending an email to office@aspleyuc.org.au

Circles of Care

Within the life of the Church we have 15 groups that comprise the Circles of Care. Each Circle provides friendship and pastoral care to all members of the group. Each person is encouraged to be aware of, and pray for the needs of people in their Circle eg illness, hospitalisation, family celebrations and bereavement. Through the Circles of Care, all members of the congregation can be involved in pastoral care. Circles of Care are also held at Aveo Bridgeman Downs and Compton Gardens Aspley for residents of any faith throughout the year.

Aspley Early Childhood Education Centre (AECEC)

Aspley UC owns and operates Aspley Early Childhood Education Centre which offers Long Day Care Services to support our community. AECEC engages in these services as an expression of God’s love and concern for children and their parents or guardians. To that end, the Centre strives to ensure that all children will receive high quality care in an environment that is safe, caring, stimulating and nurturing of individual differences as they learn and grow physically, spiritually, intellectually, creatively, socially and emotionally.

AECEC Prayer Thank you, God, for this day Please help me as I work and play To be kind to all my friends Until my day at childcare ends Amen

Aspley Classes for Seniors (ACFS)

Aspley Classes for Seniors conduct classes at the Aspley Uniting Church and The Church of the Resurrection in Ridley Road for people aged 50 years and over. The classes are sponsored by:

  • Aspley Uniting Church, 748 Robinson Road, Aspley
  • Our Lady and St Dympna’s Catholic Church, 479 Robinson Road, Aspley and
  • Aspley-Albany Creek Anglican Parish (The Church of the Resurrection), 30 Ridley Road, Bridgeman Downs
Most classes run for four seven-week terms each year, coinciding with the four school terms.  aspleyclassesforseniors.com

Yesterday’s Youth (2Ys)

The 2Y’s, Yesterday’s Youth, have a membership of approximately 50 men and women aged from 60+ who meet monthly to enjoy friendship, fellowship and devotions while being engaged in a variety of social activities. Some of these include Australia Day BBQ breakfast; Guest speakers from various organisations; visit to Botanical Gardens; Mother’s Day breakfast; Fish and Chips outings; Boondall Wetlands picnic; Train trips – just to name a few.

Friendship Club

The Friendship Club comprises of older members of our congregation for meetings and outings. Usually we participate in the World Day of Prayer service wherever it is held in our locality and we always enjoy our fish and chips lunch at a close-by seaside location. We take advantage of talented persons within our congregation and invite them to speak to us on a recent trip, a past experience or hobby; also some use their musical skills to entertain us. We have one annual outing to the Aspley Special School for morning tea. We also have a pre-Christmas sing-a-long in November and our Christmas luncheon in December.

Ladies Evening Fellowship

The Ladies Evening Fellowship meets on the third Monday of each month at 7.30 p.m. The meeting commences with Devotions followed by a short business meeting and then either a guest speaker or some interesting activity.  We organise a couple of social fund raising functions each year and also help with catering for other church activities.  When required we provide refreshments following funeral services which is something really appreciated by bereaving families. We are a happy, caring group and new members will always be welcome.

Needlework and Craft

The Needlework and Craft Group is a small group that meets at 9.30 am on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month for Three C’s (coffee, craft and chat). We each work on our own projects in a relaxed atmosphere, offering admiration and encouragement, help and advice if required. We would love to have more ladies join us.

Children’s Ministry

Jesus said, “Let the children come to me and do not stop them, because the Kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14

Sunday School is available during school terms for children of all ages. During our 8.30am and 10:15am services, children leave to attend Sunday School with our teacher Miss Elaine and participate in lessons involving children’s story-telling, bible games and activities, music, arts and crafts and much more in our annex which is next to the church. Children re-join their parents towards the end of the Church Service.

Our crèche room has nappy changing facilities and toys and this room has the facility to see and hear the service as well.

Our Minister

Rev Sandra Jebb

After a career in corporate business Sandra was ordained as a Minister of the Word in the Uniting Church in 2010. Sandra has a passion for making the scriptures alive and relevant for everyday life. Her understanding of the Greek and Hebrew languages and the historical context in which the Bible was written was a major part of her Masters of Theology degree. Sandra believes that church should be a community for all ages to be actively involved.

Our Mission

We strengthen our faith as we walk with Jesus, striving to create a compasionate world.

Our Priorities

To be Christ centred, at prayer, and listening



Connecting with communities

Youth, children and families

Get in touch


748 Robinson Road Aspley QLD 4034


07 3263 9275

Office Hours:

Wednesday – Friday

8:45am – 2:45pm
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