Get Free Legal Help

St Kilda Legal Service provides free and generalist legal service to vulnerable and disadvantaged people living in the Cities of Port Phillip, Bayside, Stonnington and the suburb of North Caulfield.

St Kilda Legal provides a generalist night service three nights per week: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, at 7-9pm. This service provides people in our community with legal advice on a broad range of issues including fines, criminal law, family law, family violence, employment law and other matters.

Our service also currently operates two specialist programs: the Drug Outreach Program and the Family Violence Duty Lawyer Program. In 2018, we will commence a new LGBTIQ legal outreach service located at the Victorian AIDS Council.

Finally, St Kilda Legal undertakes community legal education and law reform activities in our community. In 2017, this activity included work on public housing rights, family violence, the legal needs of the LGBTIQ community, and police accountability.

Tel: 03 8598 6635

We Work Closely With

St Kilda Uniting Church - 101 Engagement Hub

101 Engagement Hub

The 101 Engagement Hub (previously 101 Drop In) is located on the St Kilda Uniting Church precinct on the corner of Chapel and Carlisle. The Hub operates weekdays from 9.00 to 2.30pm providing a range of programmes and support, including breakfast and lunch.

St Kilda Uniting Church - Port Philip Community Group

Port Philip Community Group

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Get to Know Us Through Prayers and Songs

St Kilda Uniting Church Authentic Expression of the Jesus Movement


Prayers written by different members of our congregation to reflect on what is happening around us and in the community. Prayers for families, justice, peace, ourselves, others, prayers about diversity and many more.

St Kilda Uniting Church Songs and Hymns Written

Songs and Hymns

At St Kilda Uniting Church, we believe that songs and hymns represent the cornerstone of our faith. Having songs reflecting the world we live in is crucial for understanding the role of God and Christianity in our lives.

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Our People

Meet members of our congregation. Read their short profiles and answers to questions about their involvement with St Kilda Uniting Church, the meaning of faith to them or what they look forward to.