Henley Fulham UC is a friendly and inclusive congregation which meets at 10am Sunday at alternate sites (Henley Beach and Fulham) in the western suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia. Here is a safe and caring place to belong, to learn, and to engage with others inside and outside the church walls. We aim to share Christ’s love with everyone.


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We are a community of people who want to share Christ’s love with everyone.

Our Vision Statement:

“We, the people of the Henley-Fulham Uniting Church, are called by God to be a Christ-centred community, demonstrating Christ’s qualities, knowing Christ’s peace, and challenged to be active in the wider community, so that others can know Christ as their Saviour and friend.”

We value Caring, Friendship, Inclusion, Service and Faith.


Henley Fulham Uniting Congregation

The Henley Fulham Congregation was formed on 31st of October 1999 from the amalgamation of 3 congregations: Fulham, Temple and Wesley.

Today we worship out of two different centres.

Temple exterior
Fulham exterior

Temple Worship Centre

 214 Military Road Henley Beach. To view a 360 degree panorama of the inside of this heritage listed building, click here

Fulham Worship Centre

16 Madeline Crescent Fulham Gardens


 We welcome people of all ages to our worship services. Our 10am worship services alternate between our Henley Beach site on the 1st and 3rd Sundays and our Fulham site on the 2nd and 4th Sundays with worship on the 5th Sunday alternating between sites.


We are part of the Uniting Church in Australia. 

We’re passionate about knowing Jesus and making him known.

Henley Fulham Uniting Church is part of the greater Uniting Church in Australia. The Uniting Church is made up of a series of inter-related councils — local churches, regional presbyteries, state synods, and the national Assembly. Each council has its distinct tasks, and each council recognises the limits of its responsibilities in relation to other councils. Read More.

The Uniting Church is a young church – formed on 22 June 1977, when the Congregational, Methodist, and Presbyterian Churches united to become one. The Basis of Union is the document which affirms our Christian faith and is the guide to what is central to the life of the Uniting Church in Australia.
Read the Basis of Union here.