Assembly Reports

The Triennial Assembly is a meeting of just under 300 members of the Uniting Church in Australia, elected from across the length and breadth of the country by Synods and Presbyteries.

This group forms the decision-making body of the Assembly, meeting for six days every three years, in a different state each time. The discussion at the Assembly revolves around social and policy issues relating to the Church. The outcome is a series of decisions that affect the corporate life of the church, and its advocacy over the following three years.

UnitingJustice produces a Report to the Assembly outlining our policy areas, our collaborative engagements, staffing information and the future directions of the Agency. The Reports provide members attending the Assembly the opportunity to engage more thoroughly with the work of UnitingJustice during the six-day meeting, and provide direct feedback during Agency engagement sessions.