Welcome to St Columba’s Uniting Church, Braddon

The Uniting Church is the third largest Christian denomination in Australia. We are connected by a single story, worshipping every week in more than 40 languages.

We are a fellowship of reconciliation, living God’s love and acting for the common good to build a just and compassionate community.

About Canberra

Canberra is the capital city of Australia. With a population of 403,468, it is Australia's largest inland city and the eighth-largest city overall. The city is located at the northern end of the Australian Capital Territory, 280 km south-west of Sydney.  

About St Columba's Uniting Church

St Columba’s Uniting Church, Braddon, is a congregation in central Canberra.

Traditional worship services are held every Sunday morning at 10am, followed by morning tea.

The congregation focuses on pastoral support and care.

Safe Shelter: St Columba’s provides the use of their hall for Safe Shelter during the winter months.

History: Presbyterians in Canberra established a Home Mission Station in 1925. Two years later the Church Hall at Braddon was opened and the Rev. Dr. John Walker inducted. In May 1945 the Canberra Parish was divided into two, St. Andrews and Braddon, and Braddon was given the name St. Columba’s in 1950. The present church of St. Columba’s was opened in 1961.