Uniting (Victoria and Tasmania) Limited was formed in July 2017 and is the community services organisation of the Uniting Church of Australia in Victoria and Tasmania. At its establishment Uniting brought together 24 founding agencies, including 21 UnitingCare agencies and Wesley Mission Victoria. The Uniting Heritage Service is for people (and their family members) who were in out of home care or adopted by the former Presbyterian, Methodist or Uniting Churches. It provides supported access to records and family searching services.
From its establishment Uniting continued to provide care and support to children, young people and their families through programs such as foster care, kinship care, adoption and permanent care, and residential care.
Other community service programs operated by Uniting since it was formed include aged and carer services, housing and homelessness, early learning centres, alcohol and other drug services, and asylum seeker support.
The Uniting Heritage Service, established in 2016, provides access to records, photographs, historical material and other documents that date from 1890 to the recent past for the Uniting Church agencies – which are now part of Uniting (Victoria and Tasmania) Limited – and their predecessor services, which were run by the Presbyterian, Methodist and Uniting Churches.