Anzac stories

JOHN H SMITH An ecumenical service of lament, repentance and hope will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral on Anzac Day. The service is based around the following three stories.

Carol ends on a high note

Carol Bennett (left) with VicTas moderator Rev Sharon Hollis and General Secretary Rev Dr Mark Lawrence.

Anzac Day lament and reflection

FRIDAY FORUM REV DR WES CAMPBELL On Tuesday Anzac Day, prayers for peace will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral, for the third year running.

The big ask of Muslims

It might have been a ‘trial run’ but the very first question at the Ask a Muslim forum held at 130 Lt Collins St on Wednesday night delved deeply into profound and potentially pro

Record result from flipping Pancake Day around

St Leonard’s Church Brighton Bayside raised the highest amount ever donated from a Pancake Day event in Victoria and Tasmania, even though they didn’t charge a cent for the 300 or

Violence spurs renewed call to close camp

Uniting Church President Stuart McMillan and members of the Australian Churches Refugee Taskforce have called for refugees on Manus Island to be transferred to Australia after sho

Easter: A Chance for New Beginnings

The President of the Uniting Church in Australia Stuart McMillan has used his annual Easter message to pray for Christian churches in the Middle East and for greater compassion in

Easter people

Rev Carol Bennett I’m fond of describing the church as ‘Easter people’.

Day of harmony and hope

LARRY MARSHALL Over 300 Sri Lankans and friends of Sri Lanka gathered together at Mulgrave Community Hall on Saturday to celebrate a special Harmony Day with delicious food, inspi

Hope when all seems lost

BILL PUGH “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” The words of the Psalmist encapsulates the cry of the desperate who feel abandoned by God.