What we do

Join us for any or all of these
Go to Asylum Seeker Woodwork Project

Asylum Seeker Woodwork Project

An opportunity for us to build friendships and skills with asylum seekers. Wednesdays from 3:30pm in the workshop behind 104 Nicholson St.

Go to Daily Prayers

Daily Prayers

Join us for prayers in the contemplative tradition. Morning: 8am Midday: 12:30pm Night: 8:30pm

Go to Sunday gatherings

Sunday gatherings

Join us from 10:30am on Sundays for our time of worship together, followed by a vegetarian lunch. Our gatherings are inclusive of all ages and abilities.

Go to Summer movies

Summer movies

In the backyard of 106. Movies start at sundown (when it’s dark enough).

Go to Blokes’ group

Blokes’ group

An opportunity for men to talk openly with other men. From 6:30pm on the first Wednesday of the month at 106 Nicholson St. Bring $5 for a BBQ dinner.

House concerts

Occasional House Concerts – get in touch on the contact form below if you’d like to stage a house concert at GraceTree, or would like to be kept in touch when these events are on.

About us

Exploring ways to live simply, lovingly and joyfully together

GraceTree is a community in Melbourne's inner north committed to following Jesus and caring for one another. We value hospitality, sustainability, creativity, and healthy relationships with God, ourselves, one another and the earth. As a community where "all are one in Christ Jesus" we welcome you regardless of ethnicity, class, gender, or sexual preference. Whether it's your first time at GraceTree, or you've been hanging around a while, we pray that you will find the peace and joy of God in your visit.

Layers of community

Find where you fit best


Two families live in intentional community on site, one in Manna House (106) and one in Thomas Merton house (104). Each house has a Christ-room (guest room) and a focus on welcoming all those whom God draws near.


Kids are essential to our shared life and community, and have a central role in our gathered worship.


GraceTree family are those who come regularly to GT events and commit themselves to one another and the common way of life described in our Resolve.


GraceTree friends are those who come regularly to GraceTree events but haven’t committed to the group or its practices. These include some folks who come to Sunday gatherings, as well as blokes’ group and the those who are part of the Asylum Seeker Woodwork Project.

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