Friday ForumRev Dr Sally Douglas
This week the ugly reality that some Christian communities in Australia endorse violence against women has (again) been exposed.
Thousands braved the chilly Melbourne weather on Wednesday evening to join in a candlelight vigil marking four years of illegal offshore detention.
A group of young people’s dedication to making music has certainly hit the right note with Sammy Stamp, who gave them $2000 to buy some much-needed equipment and record their performance.
Noises Off, the latest play from the Melbourne Theatre Company, is a perfect tonic for the seriousness of our world.
The Uniting Church has called on the Australian government to sign a historic United Nations treaty banning nuclear weapons.
The Uniting Church should be willing to speak up whenever any form of abuse or discrimination takes place, writes Rev Andy Calder.
The majority of bystanders do not intervene when they witness an Islamophobic attack in public, according to a report released this week.
As recent Hollywood legend goes, Baby Driver director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead) dreamt up his film’s high concept as a student in the mid ‘90s.
Reproductive health information plays a major role in not only the health of women and babies, but also the economic development of poorer countries.
Tasmanian politicians will have plenty of reading material as they head off for the winter break thanks to one Wesley Hobart Uniting Church member.
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